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3 Reasons Why We Love Hardwood

At Floor Coverings International Intown Atlanta, we help families in the greater Buckhead, Atlanta, Midtown area find their dream floors. For many Atlanta residents, that is hardwood. You can find it everywhere these days, which should come as no surprise if you know about the many benefits of hardwood. Here are three reasons why we love hardwood: 1. It is gorgeous and works…

Going Green with Engineered Hardwood Floors

For many years, solid hardwood floors have been the go-to floor option to add warmth and character to your home. The appearance of the rich wood gives your aesthetic a burst of beauty and is a classic amongst those who favor long-lasting quality and durability. However, as homeowners look for more environmentally friendly options to…
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Interview with Atlanta Realtor Michelle Hatch

Floor Coverings International Intown Atlanta is delighted to unveil the latest installment in our Real Estate Influencer Interview Series. Michelle Hatch is a successful realtor and real estate blogger based in the Atlanta area. You can follow Michelle on Facebook and LinkedIn. Tell us a little about yourself. I'm originally from Chicago, but moved to Atlanta in 2004 with…
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3 Bathroom Flooring Options

At Floor Coverings International Intown Atlanta, we know flooring, and we love helping families in the greater Buckhead, Atlanta, Midtown area find the right flooring for their homes. The "perfect" floors for a homeowner depend on a number of factors: budget, lifestyle, personal preference, and—most importantly—the room. Every room has its own unique needs. Bathrooms are particularly demanding because they require durable…

Keeping Your Flooring Allergen-Free This Spring

Spring is officially here, and while this brings warmer weather, longer days and beautiful flowers – it can be a rough time for allergy-sufferers. Pollen, dust and many other allergens can seem to go awry this time of year and there can be a lot of maintenance involved in keeping your home comfortable. Floor Coverings…

March Madness: Tips from the Hardwood for the Hardwood

It’s no doubt that March Madness is a sports phenomenon that takes over the attention of basketball fans across the country. The NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament is a single-elimination tournament played each spring, and in addition to all of the preparation the teams go through to make it to the tournament, you wouldn’t…
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3 Tips for Maintaining Hardwood with Pets

At Floor Coverings International Intown Atlanta, we know hardwood. Homeowners in the greater Buckhead, Atlanta, Midtown area trust our quality products and expert opinions. Our Atlanta customers often ask us, “is hardwood compatible with my pets?” Contrary to popular belief, the answer is yes. Pets and hardwood floors can peacefully coexist as long as you follow these three tips. 1. Vacuum. One of the…
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Choosing the Right Hardwood Floor Width

One of the reasons Buckhead families love hardwood flooring is its versatility. Most of our customers come to us with a style or species of hardwood in mind, but there are still many decisions to make. What kind of stains or finish would complement the existing décor? Hand-scraped or glossy? Engineered or solid? And lastly:…
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Hardwood Design Trends for 2017

At Floor Coverings International Intown Atlanta, our talented designers stay up to date on all of the current flooring design trends. We are proud to be Atlanta’s trusted source for beautiful, trendy flooring options. With a new year come new design trends. Here are some flooring options to look out for in 2017. Bold, Bright Planks Plank is a trendy…

Find the Wood Flooring Characteristic that Matches You

You may know that oak and cedar are types of wood used to make flooring, but do you know the different characteristics of each? Several species of wood are used to make flooring, providing unique patterns and colors to a space. Some of the more popular are oak, pine and cedar, while other lesser known…