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Types of Green Flooring
Trying to determine whether a particular product is "green" can be a daunting experience, particularly when it comes to flooring. It is important to work with a retailer and designer who is knowledgeable about green flooring products, because they can help you identify products that are certified as environmentally friendly, assist in ensuring the installation meets environmental standards and provide information about the various green programs that are available. These can often lead to tax benefits and even better financing of your new home or floor.
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Eco-Friendly Carpeting
You don't need to sacrifice the warmth, style or softness of carpet in your new home, thanks to eco-friendly alternatives like recycled carpet. This green carpet option uses a variety of materials, including plastic bottles, nylon, cotton and wool.

Every eco-friendly carpet has its own merits and considerations depending on its content and how it is manufactured, so choosing the right carpet will depend on your specific needs, location, budget and use. Here are some things to consider when shopping for an eco-friendly carpet:
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Looking for something environmentally friendly? Check out SmartStrand® with Dupont® Sorona® renewably sourced polymer, which is beautiful and doesn't stain. Visit Mohawk Flooring.



EcoTimber hand-scraped flooring is genuinely scraped by hand, not distressed by machinery to provide a truly rustic feel and old-world appearance. View all green flooring by EcoTimber.


Your kitchen flooring is an important element in your green kitchen design, because it needs to match, yet maintain the rigors of daily traffic. Your kitchen flooring should match the tiles, the backsplash, the lighting and the furniture. Whether it's the cabinets, countertop or appliances, everything should merge together with your flooring to create a well-balanced and functional space for you to enjoy for years to come.




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