What are The Best Flooring Options for Restaurant Dining Rooms?

We get quite a few “What is the best flooring” questions, and all of them, like this one, will depend on essential criteria. I like to start with “how much money do you have? “Just kidding! That is my third question! First, we should outline what makes a specific flooring option good for restaurant dining rooms. The best dining room restaurant flooring options will have these features: A Hard Surface Floor Built for High Traffic Areas Resistant to Visual Wear & Tear Dent & Slip Resistant 100% Waterproof Sanitary & Easy to Clean Plenty of Color Options A Big Commercial Warranty...Read More

COREtec Pro Plus XL Enhanced HD

Welcome Ted’s Guide to Buying the Good Stuff! At ReallyCheapFloors, we are constantly looking for products that offer a combination of great value and desirable features. COREtec Pro Plus XL Enhanced HD has all the features one can ask for, while still keeping the price very competitive! We talk about COREtec as a company and manufacturer in our COREtec Blog here. COREtec Pro Plus XL Enhanced HD features 73” length 9” wide 20 mil Wear Layer Stone Polymer Core Construction Cork Backing...Read More

The Coronavirus and ReallyCheapFloors.com

What does the coronavirus mean to the flooring industry? How does it affect ReallyCheapFloors?How will it affect our customer’s ability to continue to save money on flooring?...Read More

Maple Hardwood Flooring

Frequently we get asked, “what is the best floor to buy?” What a doozy of a question! When considering your best floor option, qualities like hardness, price, and quality come into play. And sometimes, you want all of that, and more! That is where the wood species Maple comes in. Maple offers a different look than any other floor. Want a solid colored floor, without grain lines? Maple can do that. Want contemporary looks? Maple can do that. Want a rustic look, with varying shades of warm colors? Maple can do that! Oh, but you want those at a great value?! ReallyCheapFloors.com can do that! With Maple’s help, of course....Read More

Oak Hardwood Flooring

There are about 600 different species of oak. The vast majority of flooring that is sold in the United States is made from domestic Oak lumber. In today’s blog, we will discuss why Oak is so popular. I won’t talk about all these different types and the variations that come between species. I will cover red oak hardwood and white oak hardwood because these are the two big hitters in the flooring market. This information will hopefully give an explanation of why there is so much oak lumber in use for hardwood floors and why it’s so popular. At the end of this post, I list our oak hardwood flooring collections and deals....Read More

Hazel Creek & Mills River from COREtec

“May you live in interesting times”. This quote, generally attributed to being a Chinese curse, but probably made up by an English diplomat, insinuates that when things get interesting it is a bad thing.  Honestly, there hasn’t been much excitement in the flooring business in the last 25 years. That is about when laminate flooring was introduced, and what a run it had! More recently, LVP floors have made a big splash, and continue to do so. It seems like each year an industry leader like COREtec will introduce another breakthrough in the resilient business that firmly embeds the entire market in “interesting times”. Hazel Creek & Mills River are SPC Floors...Read More

Hickory Hardwood Flooring

I love to talk about Hickory hardwood flooring and it’s definitely a favorite topic in the company meetings. Maybe because customers that buy Hickory floors tend to be the most satisfied customers that we have? Possibly. Or is it because at ReallyCheapFloors, we are one of the largest liquidators of Hickory in the country? Another good possibility! First, let’s talk look at Hickory in more technical fashion then dive into what is really important about the product. Types of Hickory Hardwood Let’s talk Hickory. Hickory, or Carya genus, is made up of 2 different groups: True Hickory, and Pecan Hickory. These two main groups have eight trees shared evenly between them. There are 4 trees producing lumber for each specific Hickory group. There are multiple names used for the same ei...Read More

COREtec Flooring by US Floors

The flooring market, especially resilient, has experienced several new advances in available products, and no company has had a bigger impact than US Floors with their COREtec suite of flooring products. If you ever wanted to know where to get the best information on luxury vinyl plank or the best pricing on luxury vinyl you found the right place....Read More

The Best Dalton Wholesale Floors in Georgia

If you’re looking for the best Dalton wholesale flooring supplier, you found us! Take advantage of our free sample program and shop all our floors in Dalton, Georgia. I’ll explain how Dalton has become a central hub for wholesale floors and cover a bit of its origin story. So, let’s start with a brief history of Dalton, Georgia....Read More

Somerset Hardwood Flooring

The History of Somerset Hardwood Flooring Somerset Hardwood Flooring is a Privately Owned Company with over 20 Years Growth in the Hardwood Industry. They are experts in the wood business, building a strong reputation for manufacturing quality Appalachian lumber and unfinished flooring. Somerset built a name for quality for many years prior to entering into the manufacturing of prefinished flooring. From the outset, they have made a major commitment to produce the finest quality prefinished flooring—from their investment in machinery, materials, and processes, to the recruiting and hiring of skilled employees....Read More

Walnut Hardwood Flooring 101 – What You Need To Know About Walnut

Okay, let me preface this blog with a disclaimer. I love walnut and walnut floors. I mean, I have a special place in my heart for American Black Walnut. That said, let me give a brief history of the walnut and this beautiful tree’s legacy. This blog may suffer from a mild case of flowery language input syndrome. Feel free to ignore that and enjoy the facts. The Walnut Tree’s Rich History The walnut tree, or Juglans Major, is always in high demand for its nuts and timber. The color, grain, and hardness make it a valued furniture wood....Read More

Hardwood Grades 101: 4 Oak Natural Grades Explained

In the wood flooring business, the goal that every manufacturer seeks is lumber clean enough to make their Select floors. Unfortunately, only about 60% of the tree will become the high-graded material. What does the manufacturer do with the rest? We work very closely with a couple of major manufacturers to develop products that use these lower wood grades, and move them into the market (and out of their warehouses!) quickly. Keep in mind that the grades for hardwood lumber are quite different from unfinished hardwood flooring grades, and unfinished hardwood flooring grades have very little in common...Read More