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    Flooring Super Sale Event April 10th - 12th!!

    Last updated 6 days ago

    Tomorrow is the day! Come celebrate our 36year anniversary with our BIGGEST SALE EVER! All flooring is on sale and ready for immediate installation!

    A Homeowner's Guide to Laminate Flooring

    Last updated 13 days ago

    Laminate is an artificial flooring material offering durability, stain resistance, and longevity. Today’s laminate floors are available in a variety of styles, including planks that look like wood, natural stone, or porcelain tile. Because the same manufacturing processes are used to create these faux finishes, nearly all laminate flooring is priced similarly, offering buyers a cost-effective flooring option with endless customizability. Laminate is an excellent flooring choice in households with children, pets, or a large volume of traffic and visitors. These floors are installed in a “floating” fashion, meaning planks sit directly atop the subfloor level and are not held into place with nails or screws. This type of installation makes laminate floors easy to repair or replace if damage does occur, reducing the amount of time and stress associated with fixing a damaged floor.

    Would you like to learn more about your laminate flooring options in Franklin? Contact Carpet Den Interiors today by calling (615) 656-7662 to learn more about our selection of wood- and stone-look laminates. You can find out more about our current special offers, design tools, and financing options on the web! 

    Flooring Super Sale Event April 10th - 12th!!

    Last updated 15 days ago

    Celebrating 36 years with the BIGGEST SALE EVER!

    Last updated 15 days ago

    Stop in April 10th - 12th for our BIGGEST sale ever! Every Carpet, Hardwood and Tile will be on sale to celebrate our 36th year anniversary! You don't want to miss this!

    Keep Your Hardwood Floors Looking Great with These Maintenance Tips

    Last updated 19 days ago

    Hardwood flooring is one of the most popular flooring choices in homes across America. Wood offers warmth, style, and class, creating a floor that complements the interior of your home. Once your new hardwood floors are in place, it’s important to maintain them properly to ensure they’ll always look as good as they day they were installed. A little preventive maintenance will go a long way toward protecting this beautiful investment.

    Vacuum or Sweep Regularly
    Dirt and dust that sit on top of your hardwood floor can be ground into the floor when you walk over it. Over time, ground-in dirt diminishes the look of the floor, while small stones or abrasive materials can cause scratches in your floor. Vacuum, sweep, or dust mop your hardwood floor at least once a week to remove dust and other debris.

    Clean Spills Immediately
    The best way to prevent marks and stains on your hardwood floor is to clean up spills immediately. Pick up any food and use a soft, dry cloth to blot up liquid from the floor. The sooner you get to a spill, the less likely it is to stain your floor. If your floor does develop a stain, there are many methods to remove stains from hardwood.

    Deep Clean Biannually
    Twice a year, give your floor a deep cleaning to remove any dirt, oil, or grime that may have been missed during regular cleaning. Purchase a floor-cleaning product specifically for use on hardwood and follow the instructions on the label. Wet mop your floor with the solution, then rinse with clean water if necessary and allow the floor to air dry. If the weather is humid, use a fan or turn on your air conditioning to promote evaporation.

    You can get more maintenance tips, design ideas, and information about hardwood, carpeting, tile, and more from the experts at Carpet Den Interior. We proudly offer a wide variety of flooring options for in Franklin, TN. You can reach us by calling (615) 656-7662 or clicking on our convenient web contact form.

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