DIY Gym Flooring For Your Toughest Workouts

peristaltically One of the biggest obstacles when investing in a commercial or home gym is choosing the right flooring. Cement is too hard. Wood, tile and laminate are all too slippery. Carpet absorbs dirt and moisture like a sponge, and is nearly impossible to truly get clean. And if that’s not enough, the wear and tear of heavy equipment sliding around can wreak havoc on your Read On »

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6 Tips to Make Your Next Outdoor Adventure Unforgettable

Summertime is the perfect season for a camping trip. Whether you’re headed out for quality “bro bonding time,” or a family vacation, there’s nothing like letting go and de-stressing for a few days in the woods. Here are a few tips and tricks to make your outdoor adventure the most memorable experience possible. Baby’s first camping trip? If this is your child’s first camping trip, Read On »

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How can I share pictures of my finished flooring with you?

Nothing would make us happier than to see photos of your flooring in action. We LOVE seeing all of the unique ways our customers use our flooring for their homes and spaces, and as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words! If you’re a happy Norsk customer, we invite you to upload your photos and/or testimonials to any, or all, of our social Read On »

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9 Things to Consider When Buying Garage Floor Tiles

Yep, it’s that time again! Spring is here. Now is the time of year that you venture in to the great unknown. The dark, cluttered room that you once referred to as your “garage”.  But hey, maybe it won’t be as bad this year. Maybe if you put on utility boots, you wont have to feel the cold, damp concrete or slip on the small Read On »

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No More Slips: Install PVC Flooring In Your Laundry Room

PVC flooring installation for your laundry room  If you have a separate laundry room, you may want to consider installing PVC flooring. It may be the only way to ensure that you are less likely to slip or trip on the floor while doing your laundry. Most laundry rooms have either ceramic tiles or smooth concrete floorings, which, when wet, can be slippery and risky. If it’s a PVC Read On »