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Facility Managers - Purchasing
Q: How can I keep an eye on the bottom line when buying a wood floor?
It's important to consider the cost/value of your purchase when opting for hardwood flooring. It may be a more expensive purchase than vinyl or carpet, but remember that hardwood floors do not need replacing and these floors increase the value of a home.
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