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Our company Peardeck code is a low cost alternative to replace expensive hardwood flooring. It can be used in any room of the house and produces a fantastic looking floor that is easy to clean and maintain.

Peardeck code is a new product that simulates the look of hardwood flooring but is constructed using engineered panels allowing for quicker installation, easy maintenance, and a softer feel under foot. This durable product can be installed in any room of the house without worry of damaging it with moisture or spills. You will get a beautiful wood looking floor without the hassle of refinishing every few years or the worry of water damage ruining your floors!

We understand how important your home is to you and want to help make sure it stays looking great for years come. If you have any questions about our products please call us at (336) 766-5291 or email us at info@peardeckcode.com**

Hardwood flooring is a premium product that is expensive to purchase and install. I wanted to find an alternative product that would provide the look and feel of hardwood flooring at a fraction of the cost. I ended up finding a low cost, beautiful wood tile flooring that looks just like real hardwood.

The cost of hardwood flooring varies by region but typically ranges from $6 to $10 per square foot for material only, not including installation costs. This price range excludes exotic hardwoods, which can cost even more. So if you are looking to install hardwood flooring in your home, it could easily exceed $20 per square foot including materials and installation costs.

My entire project costs before taxes were roughly $2,000 for a total of approximately 300 square feet. This includes the purchase of the wood tile, leveling compound and all labor costs (DIY). My total labor hours were approximately 35 man hours or two weekends worth of work. My tile was purchased on sale for $0.70 per square foot plus tax, with each tile measuring 12 x 24 inches or 2 sq ft per tile. My leveling compound was purchased at a local store and mixed myself using a drill and paddle attachment for around $15 per 50 lb bag (one

It’s no secret that hardwood flooring is expensive, but there are alternatives including laminate, tile, engineered wood and even carpet. The problem is with the latter two materials, they wear out quickly in high traffic areas. In addition, maintenance costs can add up over time. This blog is an alternative to costly hardwoods in your home or office.

In our last home we had hardwood floors. The problem with hardwood is that they are expensive to buy and install, and they scratch easily. I really like the look of hardwood, but I wanted a more durable and affordable solution for our current home.

Our kitchen is open concept with the living room, so it’s one big space of about 500 sq ft. The current flooring is linoleum with a wood grain pattern. As you can see in the picture, it’s starting to chip away by the door. This was a cheap option at the time and it works well enough, but I don’t love how it looks. We have pets that run around, especially when we’re cooking dinner and they are trying to get food or attention. They will scratch up wood floors pretty quickly.

I wanted to find something that looked close to hardwood but would be more durable over time and easier on your feet (not cold). I also wanted something that did not cost much money since we plan on selling this place within 5 years. We want to make some upgrades before selling, but nothing too fancy since we will likely get back less than what we put into it if we sell at market price during a downturn.

We purchased Pergo flooring for the entire first floor of our new home. We did not have the budget at that time to purchase hardwood. The Pergo flooring was chosen for several reasons:

1. It is durable and easy to care for with a quick sweep and mop when needed.

2. It is also resistant to staining, fading and wear from high traffic areas of the home.

3. It has an attractive finish that will not scratch or dent easily over time.

We had installed it professionally to ensure that the warranty would be valid and that the job was done right. The installation went well and the flooring has lived up to all of the expectations we had for it at that time. Unfortunately, it is not as attractive as we would like long term and we have decided to replace it with hardwood flooring in a couple of years once our budget allows us to do so.

Information on how to install the prefinished hardwood flooring. This is a great way to save money by installing the hardwood flooring yourself. For those homeowners that want to make a big impact visually, but do not have the budget for expensive hardwood flooring will find this article very helpful.

The prefinished hardwood floors can run up to $8-$10 per square foot, whereas the unfinished material can be as low as $1 per square foot. The prefinished material is more expensive because it has been sanded and finished at the factory, making installation faster and easier for homeowners.

When you decide to go the route of prefinished material, you have to remember that once it has been installed, you cannot sand and refinish it like you would with unfinished material. If you are unsure of your skills in installing hardwood flooring yourself or if you are concerned that there may be some minor mistakes made during installation, then it is recommended that you purchase the unfinished material so that any errors can be fixed after installation by sanding down the surface and applying a new finish.

You will also need to consider if there are any special considerations to keep in mind when choosing between prefinished and unfinished materials:

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