Kiss Carpet Goodbye Lincoln NE

Congoleum Corp. recently launched K-Tech for Kitchens, durable, stain-resistant flooring made especially for kitchens that offers the perfect combination of beauty and performance. Read on and find more information in Lincoln.

CARPETLAND
(402) 467-6363
4301 INDUSTRIAL AVE
Lincoln, NE
 
Underfoot Flooring Solutions
(402) 483-1502
4017 Progressive Ave
Lincoln, NE
 
Jw Wood Floors Inc
(402) 475-2711
830 Westward Rd
Lincoln, NE
 
Iron Mountain Roofing & Construction
(402) 310-3932
PO BOX 22113
Lincoln, NE
 
Shurter Mike
(402) 435-6480
4221 Bellville Dr
Lincoln, NE
 
NISSEN HARDWOOD FLOORS
(402) 432-9663
437 S 43RD ST
Lincoln, NE
 
North American Flooring
(402) 464-2112
4001 N 48th St
Lincoln, NE
 
Cool Floors
(402) 475-5051
731 W Saunders Ave
Lincoln, NE
 
Classic Wood Floors
(402) 476-3500
1551 S 2nd St
Lincoln, NE
 
Generation Wood Floors
(402) 742-3516
601 Calvert St Ste D
Lincoln, NE
 

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KITCHEN DUTY: Congoleum Corp. recently launched K-Tech for Kitchens, durable, stain-resistant flooring made especially for kitchens that offers the perfect combination of beauty and performance. K-Tech's wood vinyl collection, Retreat, comes in three styles—natural timber, maple syrup, and burnished oak—and contains silver, nature's own antimicrobial protection against bacteria, mold, and mildew. It also features advanced stain and soil repellency for cleaning ease. For more information, call Congoleum at 800-274-3266 or visit www.congoleum.com.

No flooring other than hardwood can be traditional while contemporary, cozy and cool, stylish yet staid. But hardwood floors are just not practical for most multifamily properties. Not only are they too expensive, but maintenance and durability can also be major concerns. Fortunately, multifamily owners and developers can get the look of hardwood floors by installing wood laminate or vinyl tiles or even vinyl plank flooring.

Across the country, multifamily developers and owners are installing these faux wood flooring products in their communities for both convenience and cost savings. From clubhouse common areas to apartment kitchens and living rooms, wood laminate and wood-style vinyl are appropriate for almost any room of an apartment or condo community.

“We're seeing less carpet and more hard surfaces for multifamily properties,” says Adrienne Faulkner.

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