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Grandview Showroom and Sales
1065 Dublin Road
Grandview, OH 43215
Tel: 614-486-0550
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1076 Ridge Street
Grandview, OH 43215
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1065 Dublin Road
Grandview, OH 43215

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Take a stroll through our showroom and explore our many products and brands. We carry Area Rugs, Carpeting, Ceramic/Porcelain, Installation Materials, Laminate Flooring, LVT/LVP, Natural Stone Floors, Sealers/Finishes, Specialty Floors, Vinyl/Resilient, Wood Flooring, and more...



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Shopping Questions
Q.How much carpeting should I buy?
A.To determine the approximate quantity of carpeting you will need, multiply the length (feet) of the room by its width (feet), and divide that figure by 9 to obtain the square yardage.  Add 10 percent to  account for room irregularities and pattern match. It is best to have your retailer or installer make final measurements to ensure that you purchase the correct amount. As professionals, they know how to include hallways and closets, match patterns, plan seam placement, work with room irregularities, and account for rooms with widths greater than 12 feet. (Most carpet is produced in 12 foot widths.) Some dealers may sell by the square foot.
Q.How much should I be looking to pay for carpet?
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Your budget and your needs are two key elements in selecting carpet and rugs. There is a wide range of choices and costs from which to make your selection. As yourself how long you expect to keep your carpet before replacing it. A better grade of carpet will give you a greater length of service than one of lesser quality. Buy the best carpet you can afford for the heavy traffic areas of your home - halls, stairs, family rooms. A medium grade will provide good services in rooms with less traffic - bedrooms and guest rooms.

Ask your retailer to give you a complete cost estimate - one that includes cushion, installation, moving furniture, and any special needs that you may have. Keep in mind that a high-quality, professional installation can extend the life of your purchase.

Q.What colors should I consider?
A.The selection of carpet color is a very personal choice. You will want to select a color that unites your decorative elements and creates the atmosphere you desire. Lighter colors make the room seem larger; darker colors provide coziness. There are also practical considerations in color selection.  New stain and soil resistant technology makes today's lighter color carpet much easier to clean, allowing for more decorating options. Medium and darker colors, tweeds, and textures will help disguise common soil in your home's high traffic areas.
Q.Why do different carpets feel different?
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Textures: Carpet construction - how the yarn is "tufted" or locked into a backing - affects its texture and ultimately, the long-term durability and appearance of the carpet.

Level loop pile: Loops of equal height. Generally offers long-lasting wear for high-traffic areas. Many of today's popular Berbers are level loop.

Multi-level loop: Usually has two or three different loop heights to create pattern effects. Provides good durability.

Cut pile: Loops are cut, leaving individual yarn tufts. Still one of today's most popular constructions, its durability is achieved with factors including the type of fober, density of tufts, and the amount of twist in the yarn.

  • Velvets - Smooth, level surfaces; formal atmosphere.
  • Saxonies - Various surface finishes; versatile performance and appearance.
  • Textures - Informal atmosphere; suitable for whole house application. Minimizes footprints.

Cut and loop pile: Combination of cut and looped yarns.  Provides variety of surface textures, including sculptured effects.

Q.How can I tell the quality of the carpet?
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The type of fiber used and the way the carpet is constructed (loop, cut, etc.) determines the basic performance of teh carpet. Quality can be enhanced by the way the fibers, or yarns, are twisted and heat set, and by the density of the tufts.

  • Density: Refers to the amount of pile yarn in the carpet and the closeness of the tufts. The denser, the better.
  • Twist: The winding of the yarn around itself. Should be neat and well-defined. A tighter twist provides enhanced durabillity.
  • Heat-setting: The process that sets the twist by heat or steam, enabling yarns to hold their twist over time. Important in cut pile carpet. Most nylon, olefin and polyester cut pile carpets are heat-set.
Q.What should I consider when choosing a carpet cushion?
A.A firm and resilient carpet cushion is necessary to form a good foundation for your carpet. It increases its comfort and extends its life, by absorbing the impact of foot traffic. Choose cushion nor more than 7/16ths of an inch thick. Cushion also adds insulation and reduces noise.
 
  

   
 
Decorating / Design Tips
Armstrong Flooring Design  
Already have a flooring design in mind? Or maybe you're just beginning to explore the types of floors available. Either way, you'll find Armstrong offers inspiring flooring choices and great possibilities. Take a look at some of the flooring design options to fit any room, budget or lifestyle.
A Cup of Joe 
A quick overview of current flooring and style trends from Joe Amato, an industry expert in flooring design and decor trends
Meet Emily: Trend Expert for Shaw Floors  
Emily Morrow is a trend expert for Shaw floors. Her experience in interior design allows her to assist in the color, style and design development of residential flooring. She spots patterns, gathers resources and samples to help create fresh and vibrant color palettes and prototypes for Shaw products. Shaw Floors focus on design and desire to be a leader in the market for design is what separates them from competitors.
The Inspiration Behind Caress Carpet by Shaw Floor 
Shaw's Caress carpet was inspired by the handwoven wool rugs. The result was an ultra soft nylon carpet with timeless quality and a vast color palette sure to meet your needs.
Shaw Industries Trends on Hard Surfaces for 2011 
Trends in hard surface flooring are always changing and Shaw's Epic hardwood flooring is the perfect solution to follow them. Shaw's hard surfaces are easily installed, feature Scuff Resist and are offered in a wide variety of colors and styles.
Joe Boehm talks to Shaw Floors on Floor Styles 
Joe Boehm, senior interior designer for Better Homes and Gardens, recently talked with Shaw about some helpful styling tips for floors. Joe explains how flooring is an investment so it is important to think about the function of the room, the lifestyle of the family, and the purpose of the floor. Layering is one style option to add an interesting look to a room, you could have a tile floor layered with oriental area rug or a hardwood floor with a geometric rug. Styling the floor is all about the look of the room and personal style. Shaw Floors provides a variety of areas rugs and flooring options to meet all your personal style needs
Joe Boehm Talks Style with Shaw Floors 
Joe Boehm, senior interior designer for Better Homes and Gardens, took some time out of his busy day to give Shaw Floors a look into the world of interior design and style. Style is broad and has become highly influenced by the internet which allows consumers to add their own personal influence when decorating. Ethnic and global styles, where consumers decorate with items from their travels is one trend Joe has been seeing. Another trend is the revival of the bland color palette, full of whites and grays where colors and textures are built up. This could be in the form of a rough textured carpet complimented by a grey stained hardwood floor. Shaw Floors offers a full range of flooring in colors and styles to meet your needs
Design Trends - Spring 2013 by Mohawk Home . 
Mohawk Home is a leader in rug manufacturing, design, and innovation. Our E-Commerce team discusses what they are discovering from direct interaction with consumers and our Designers reveal some exciting trends in rugs for 2013.
How To Select / Purchasing
Still Made In the USA II by Mohawk Home 
Mohawk Home manufactures rugs and mats in the USA. This video celebrates the folks that make it happen in our small town of Calhoun, Georgia.
Ceramic Tile Review 
Ceramics are an ancient craft that date back some 4,000 years, originating in Ancient Egypt around 4,700 BCE.
Area Rugs Guide 
Area Rugs Guide
Area Rug Styles 
Area Rug Styles
Made in South Pittsburg: Shaw Hardwood Flooring  
By: Latricia Thomas A local company that's known for its carpet is taking the hardwood flooring world by storm with their engineered product called Epic. When you see Shaw trucks on the Interstate, you might assume they're carrying carpet.Shaw's Vice President of Hard Surface Business Development Scott Sandlin says, We're becoming more than just a carpet company and it gives people a lot of opportunity.But if those trucks came from the South Pittsburg plant, the freight actually comes from a forest. After adjusting to the temperature in the factory for a few days, stacks of wood veneers made from hickory, walnut, oak and cherry, move on to the assembly line. You have a back veneer and a face veneer and they will go into the press and they will be adhered to an HDF board, like a sandwich, Sandlin says.When the humitidy changes in your home, or the temperature changes, it doesn't shrink or grow.After the press, it's time for a quick touch up before the wood is sliced into strips. The 145 employees that work in the South Pittsburg plant check the planks during several steps of the manufacturing process, thankful these jobs returned after Shaw shut down the outdated yarn facility that once stood here.It was devastating when we shut it down so we were glad we could bring wood into this community to make it into what it is today, says Sandlin. So that made a big difference for South Pittsburg and Marion County.Back on the line, it's time for cosmetics. It goes down this line, with 8 or 9 stages of the finish being put on. It's just impractical to do it outside of the factory. It's almost like paining your car out of the factory, according to Sandlin.Add the Made in America box, and it's time to ship to distributors and then to a home near you. We are very proud that this product is made in Marion County and ships out of our distribution facilities in Northwest Georgia, Sandlin says. That's very important to us.
How Laminate Flooring Is Made 
The Association of European Producers of Laminate Flooring (EPLF) Information Section
Laminate A-Z Glossary of Terms 
The Association of European Producers of Laminate Flooring (EPLF) Information Section
Hardwood Floor Design Trends from Shaw Floors 
Hardwood flooring trends are offering consumers a wealth of choice in 2013. From shifts in color palette's to new textures, Emily Morrow explains the many options available to transform your interior. To
Flooring Suggestions for Every Stage Of Life 
When choosing a new floor it is beneficial to look at the stage of life you are in. Different lifestyles say a lot about what type of flooring you prefer for your home. Younger homeowners may be interested in a more design focused floor like patterned carpet or a vibrant area rug. Families could look for more durable flooring like hand scraped hardwood or tile which offers easy maintenance and can withstand an active lifestyles. Finally homeowners whose kids have moved out might be interested in creating a show place and opt for a finely finished hardwood or intricate tile design. No matter the stage of life Shaw Floors offers a variety of flooring to fit them all.
American Scrape™ Hardwood . 
Product manager, Chuck, shows off the richly textured floors in our new American Scrape hardwood collection. These floors are available in domestic hickory and oak, and they're made in the USA.
Armstrong Flooring 101  
Transform your flooring ideas from inspiration to installation! Learn about floors that fit your lifestyle and budget and get tips to prepare for your store visit. We'll show you what to expect every step of the way.
Visiting a Flooring Store 
When you're ready to buy flooring or have questions for your Armstrong retailer, you should plan ahead to make the most of your visit to the flooring store. Follow the helpful tips in this video so you're prepared when the flooring salesperson asks, "Are you looking for any floor in particular?"
Budgeting for an Armstrong Floor 
In this video, you'll learn about the costs to consider when planning the budget for your flooring project. Our online floor estimator tool will help you figure out the total flooring cost - including the costs for sub-floor removal and installation. To get actual flooring prices, we recommend that you visit your local flooring retailer.
CushionStep™ Vinyl Flooring 
Listen to Francesca explain why CushionStep vinyl sheet flooring from Armstrong is the smart, comfortable choice for active households.
Performance Plus™ Hardwood Flooring 
Find out from product manager, Chuck, how Performance Plus hardwood flooring lets you enjoy real wood floors without having to worry about kids, pets, and guests ever again -- thanks to Armstrong's Lifetime Residential Warranty.
Mannington Sobella Installation Video . 
Mannington Sobella Installation Video
 
  

   
 

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Enjoy color. There are no studies that show that you can get "tired" of a particular color compared to a neutral or beige. Adding color is one of the best ways to personalize your home. Without color, a room seems unfinished. Or like the occupants are just passing through, with no intention of staying for long.
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1065 Dublin Road
Grandview, OH

Tel: 614-486-0550
Today's Hours
Monday: 10:00am - 6:00pm

1076 Ridge Street
Grandview, OH

Tel: 614-485-0550
Today's Hours
Monday: 7:00am - 4:00pm

New location TBA
Main showroom still open,

Tel: 614-486-0550

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