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Demonstration Floors A

Location: Prosource Wholesale - 2315 Rutland Drive Austin, TX 78758


What floors should I choose in my new custom home? Wood? Tile? Carpet? Laminate? Stained Concrete? What is the easiest to care for? What if I have dogs? What about floors and indoor air quality? 

Topics to be discussed:

  • Shopping for Floors 
  • Slip Resistance
  • Tile: Porcelain and Ceramic
  • Grout
  • Wood: Engineered and Plank Wood
  • Laminate 
  • Carpet: Materials, Weaves
  • Flooring Trends

Renee Slater and the staff at Prosource Wholesale will teach and demonstrate the pros and cons of floors that are available for your new home. 

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