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Brazilian Cherry Hardwood Flooring-Westchester NY

Brazilian Cherry/Jatoba Hardwood Floors Brazilian Cherry hardwood grows in Brazil (obviously) and is often referred to as Jatoba, its Spanish name.  Due to the climate and growing cycles, Brazilian Cherry is much harder than the typical oak you traditionally see here in the US.  On the Janka hardness scale, Red…

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Do you have hardwood under your carpet? Refinish or recarpet?

Do you have hardwood under your carpet?  You may have just found a nice gift.  Consider yourself lucky as you have options and may be able to improve your home’s value and save money at the same time!   Most customers prefer hardwood flooring – it looks nicer, it improves…

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Tile flooring – is this a good Do-it-yourself project?

Many homeowners think they can install themselves.  But, should you really install tile yourself? Out of all the flooring surfaces, tile is the one that so many do-it-yourselfers think they can install themselves (or they have a friend who can do it). And, more than any other surface,  tile is…

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Introducing The Flooring Girl

I’m the Flooring Girl. My name is Debbie Gartner, and I love flooring. I love transforming my customers’ homes from drab to fab. Whether it’s putting new flooring in a whole home or refinishing an existing hardwood floor, designing a kitchen backsplash or just replacing carpet in a room, I’m…

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Cork Flooring – How is cork made and why is it considered green?

How is cork flooring made and how is it a green product? Cork flooring is becoming more and more popular in Westchester County, especially for Kitchens.  My customers love that it”s soft on their feet and it’s green.  But many ask, how come cork is green?  What makes it green? …

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