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The Carpet Depot
(580) 436-3638
231 E 10TH St
Ada, OK

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Nichols Dollar Saver
(580) 332-3892
1601 North Broadway Avenue
Ada, OK
 
The Home Depot
(580)332-4018
515 J A Richardson Blvd
Ada, OK
Hours
Mon-Sat: 6:00am-10:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-8:00pm

Mead Lumber
(580) 332-5576
351 N E Richardson Loop
Ada, OK
 
Fastenal- Ada
580-421-9741
420 S. Mississippi Ave Ada, OK, 74820
Ada, OK
 
M & M Outdoor Maintenance
(580) 436-1916
RR 7 Box 312K
Ada, OK
 
Jennings Stone CO Inc
(580) 777-2880
Po Box 279
Fittstown, OK
 
Ada - Auth Hometown
(580) 332-8763
1101 Lonnie Abbott Blvd
Ada, OK
Store Hours
Hometown Dealers
Store Type
Hometown Dealers
Hours
Mon:9-19
Tue:9-19
Wed:9-19
Thu:9-19
Fri:9-19
Sat:9-19
Sun:13-18
Store Features
Mon:9-19
Tue:9-19
Wed:9-19
Thu:9-19
Fri:9-19
Sat:9-19
Sun:13-18

JB's Ace Home Center
(580) 436-3992
1407 N Country Club Rd, NEXT TO WALMART
Ada, OK
 
Halls True Value Hardware
(580) 265-4645
100 Main & Broadway
Stonewall, OK
 
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Flooring

Find the right foundation for your room design

Perhaps no element of your home gets more use than the floor. Flooring is literally the foundation of each room – and yet, we often view the floor as mainly functional and neglect to give it its due consideration in the design process.

A well-planned floor treatment can provide a major boost to a room's decor. Flooring can add color, texture and interest to a room. It can act as anchor to other design elements, or it can itself be a focal point of the room. The options are truly only as limited as your imagination.

Types of Flooring

There are many different flooring materials available. Although in theory, any flooring material could be used in any room, in practice, certain types of flooring tend to be more common in some rooms than in others.

Hardwood flooring is popular for dining rooms , sitting rooms and more formal living rooms. It is expensive and requires a fair amount of maintenance; plus, it tends to scratch, dent and stain pretty easily, so it's not generally used in high-traffic areas.

If you want a hardwood look that's a bit more durable and considerably cheaper, laminate flooring is the way to go. Laminate is plastic made to look like wood flooring. It comes in plank or tile form, with all kinds of shades to choose from.

Easy to clean and available in a variety of colors and patterns, vinyl flooring is excellent for kitchens. Kitchen flooring tends to take a lot of abuse (spilled food, scraping chairs), and nothing stands up to it quite like vinyl.

Tile flooring is perfect for the bathroom . Flooring tile is usually made from porcelain or ceramic and comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes. It can be a bit of a pain to install, but it's incredibly durable, so its long lifespan tends to make it worthwhile. Tile flooring is also suitable for foyers – it makes it easy to clean up after wet or dirty shoes.

Marble flooring, slate flooring or stone flooring also looks great in an entryway. The high price of these materials tends to make them best for small rooms, as do their greater maintenance requirements (would you really want to polish a whole kitchen's worth of marble floor?). Marble, slate and stone also scratch or chip and can be expensive to repair, so rooms with little furniture, such as a foyer, reduce the likelihood of such incidences.

Concrete flooring is often thought of only as garage flooring, or perhaps as basement flooring (though only in the parts not well used). However, concrete is not just the cold, damp, gray substance it is generally thought to be. Concrete flooring comes in many colors and finishes and can be an excellent foundation to just about any room. A well-placed area rug or in-floor radiant heating can keep these floors warm, and a good sealant keeps them dry.

With fitness becoming an increasing priority, many people set up home gyms. Rubber flooring tiles or mats are an excellent addition to these spaces. They provide ex...

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