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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION Gallion recommends Shaw Laminate


Flooring that conveys the authentic look of wood or ceramic tile. Shaw Laminate floor- ing comes in a variety of shades and finishes which allow you to choose the wood look you want—even down to the species. It’s a given that hardwood or tile floors


look great in most spaces, but too oſten, these floors don’t hold up to the rigors of everyday traffic and living. Consider how the flooring you want to install will react to such factors as direct sunlight, water spills, furniture scrapes, tracked-in dirt and ongoing foot traffic and how they will hold up to cleaning, too. All areas of your home see traffic, but stairs


and hallways are the most traveled, and they need special atention. “You can do a hard surface, such as tile,


laminate, hardwood or natural stone, from the front door entry to the kitchen, down the hall to the stairs,” Gallion advises. “Ten, a lot of times, we’ll do carpet in the bedrooms. Tis also allows you to individualize your carpet choice. It looks beter when you have hard sur-


faces separating those rooms as well.” Some floors are easier to install than others.


Hardwood and tile floors are among the most difficult to install and generally require profes- sional expertise. It’s a given that hardwood and real stone


floors look great in most spaces, but too oſten, they don’t hold up to the rigors of everyday traffic and living. Plus they can be expensive. Gallion suggests modern Quick-Step Lami-


nate Flooring as an affordable and stylish op- tion when creating a truly unique and beautiful area to enjoy. Quick-Step comes with many designs for


you to decide if you want the look of wood, ceramic or stone. Tink about surface finishes and textures, the type of groove between planks and the size of the planks or tiles. Quick-Step Laminate Flooring comes with a patented locking system to help you install the floor yourself to save on installation. Finally, don’t forget about warranties. Some


products have limited lifetime warranties, while others have at least 10 to 15 year war-


ranties, ensuring your flooring’s beauty for a long time into the future. Te same goes with your flooring retailer.


A knowledgeable flooring specialist will help you identify the best floor covering choices that complement your style of living, as well as the colors and finishes that suit your individual tastes. Tis includes more than just showing samples of various flooring options. When you go with a locally-owned company, such as RW Gallion Flooring, you’re dealing directly with the owners of the company as you’re making the important decisions, and you receive their “Pride Of Workmanship” that is simply not available at a national chain. RW Gallion commitment to service earned them the Gold award for Best Granite and the Silver award for Best Flooring Store in Spokane Coeur d’Alene Living magazine’s 2010 readers survey. “We care about how flooring is installed, the fit


and finish, from beginning to end. We don’t cut corners,” Gallion says. “No mater the size of the job, it’s going to be done professionally and first class.”


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