Accent Rugs Cincinnati
16 Nov
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Stunning Accent Rugs in Cincinnati

Stunning Accent Rugs in Cincinnati Accent rugs define a space, add a splash of color, and bring texture to an otherwise smooth floor. Typically smaller than your standard area rugs, accent rugs are meant to be just that: an accent. Where do I put accent rugs? Deciding where to put an accent rug depends on [...]
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25 Oct
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How do you install Luxury Vinyl Tile?

Installing LVT is as easy as scoring it and snapping it into place. Some types of LVT have a locking system that clicks into place, and some have to be glued down like ceramic tile. At The Rug Gallery, our product has a simple installation process. We simply score it, cut it to size, tuck [...]
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24 Oct
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What is Luxury Vinyl Tile?

Luxury vinyl tile is a multi-layered flooring system that is designed to look like the real thing - wood, stone, etc. These layers consist of a bottom cork layer (other brands may use foam or another material), a rigid layer that provides the support for the tile/plank, the vinyl film onto which the design is [...]
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23 Oct
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Can you use Luxury Vinyl Tile in a shower?

We do not recommend using LVT in the shower, but we do recommend putting it in the bathroom since the luxury vinyl tile we sell at The Rug Gallery is waterproof. Please note that not all LVT is waterproof, but our product is.
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22 Oct
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How much is Luxury Vinyl Tile?

LVT is priced by the square foot. Prices can be as low as $1 per square foot and can go all the way up to $10 per square foot. This price does not include installation fees. One thing to note about purchasing LVT is that it is sold by the cart/box rather than simply by [...]
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20 Oct
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How long will Luxury Vinyl Tile last?

The length of time that LVT will last mostly depends on the amount of use it will get. Some warranties guarantee that the product will last 20 years, but it’s entirely dependent on how much wear and tear the LVT will experience. For example, luxury vinyl tile that is in a room that is rarely [...]
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19 Oct
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What is the difference between LVT and LVP?

LVT and LVP are exactly the same. The only difference is that the “P” stands for “plank” rather than “tile.” These planks are 5-6 feet in length whereas tiles can be shorter to give a different look to the flooring.
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18 Oct
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Do you need underlayment for LVT?

Needing underlayment for LVT depends entirely on the floor beneath. At The Rug Gallery, we make this decision when we come to measure. Unlike other big box stores, we do not charge for the measurement phase of installment.
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17 Oct
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Can you lay LVT on concrete?

Yes, you can lay LVT on concrete. In fact, laying LVT over concrete is very common, making I a great choice for basements. There are certain things you have to deal with when laying LVT over concrete (i.e., molding the LVT to go around a drain or putting down substrate to level out the flooring), [...]
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