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Stain Color Trends for Hardwood Floors

Hardwood floors are warm, natural, comfortable, stylish, timeless, and extremely durable. These are some of the reasons why homeowners and contractors love them compared to the many look-alikes on the market, such as engineered wood planks, porcelain tile that resembles wood, and so on. Whether you are looking to install new hardwood flooring or refresh […]

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Luxury WPC (Waterproof Flooring) for Kitchen Remodeling

Your kitchen floor, in addition to complementing the interior design style of your home, needs to be easy to clean and durable, as well. The floor you choose has to be practical considering that it has to stand up regular spills and stains, withstand lots of foot traffic, and make a great statement while doing […]

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Importance of FloorScore Certification

FloorScore certification is awarded to flooring that has met the indoor air quality (IAQ) requirements. Considering that you spend most of your time indoors, having poor air quality can adversely affect your health. Many people don’t realize that a good number of flooring materials release toxic amounts of VOCs – volatile organic compounds – in […]

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Why Choose SLCC for Your Flooring

SLCC is a US-based company specializing in the supply and distribution of beautiful and eco-friendly flooring products for residential and commercial applications. We pride ourselves in our ability to deliver superior wood flooring products that beautify your space and offer incredible structural strength and durability. With our hardwood floors, you can be assured of a […]

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WPC vs. LVT flooring (Laminate)

Luxury WPC Is Different from Traditional Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT).   The main difference is that Luxury WPC is waterproof and can go over most subfloors without much preparation. Traditional vinyl floors are flexible and any unevenness in the subfloor will transfer through the surface. Compared to traditional glue-down LVT or solid-locking LVT, Luxury WPC […]

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