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 October 7, 2015

We just finished a beautiful job in a customer's house in Wappingers Falls, New York.  It was a bathroom remodel.  The customer did the demo of the old bathroom, ripping out the old tile, sheetrock and flooring.   He put in new wonderboard on the walls and plywood on the floor.  We installed porcelain 12 x 24 on the walls and coordinating 12 x 12 on the floor in a grayish color.  The large size tile on the wall cuts down on grouts joints which many customers like because grout is always the issue years down the road.

October 12, 2015

We just started a prefinished hardwood job in Rhinebeck, NY.  The product we are using is Somerset 4" solid maple tumbleweed upstairs in the bedrooms and 5" engineered maple tumbleweed downstairs on the lower level.  Being its concrete the downstairs will be glue down.  We are also doing the steps in the 4" solid with oak nosings.  Should have pictures posted on Facebook next week sometime.

October 23, 2015

Just finished doing a handicap bathroom using american olean tile on the floor in ceramic mosaics 2 x 2.  The bath floor needed to be ripped up and the contractor had to build the floor so there is a pitch to the drain.  He accomplished this by using shims and hardibacker to create the pitch.  We then went in and used schluter kerdi over the floor and up the walls to create a waterproof system.  Installed the 2 x 2's over the kerdi and used built up base on the walls.  We will be grouting with latricrete spectra loc grout, which is a epoxy based product for commercial applications.  This job was located in Ludingtonville, N.Y.  When we are down the bathroom floor will have the right pitch for the water to drain out properly.

October 30, 2015

Backsplashes seems to be the popular products for this month.  I have had customer's stopping in to look for back splash tiles.  Natural stone is not as popular for the backsplash anymore.  I find customers looking for porcelain tiles with some sort of accent or glass tiles.  Glass tiles seem to be the popular product, especially since you can have an assortment to pick from.  Glass comes in different sizes and widths, they can be mixed with natural stone pieces, they can have different color glass mixed together on sheets,or they can have metals mixed in with them. 

 November 13, 2015

We just recently finished a ceramic kitchen floor located in Salt Point, N.Y.  We had to put plywood down because the house was a modular and had only one layer of plywood, so we install 3/8 plywood over the old flooring and used ditra on top.  Ditra is a crack suppression membrane and water proofing product.  It allows the plywood to expand and contract while allowing the tile on top to expand without cracking.  The tile was a 12 x 24 size which in the industry should be installed  side by side with grout joints even or with a third break like a subway pattern.  We explained to the customer that installing the tile on a half break is not recommended because the 12 x 24 porcelain tiles when fired creates a bow in the middle of the tile.  If you put a end tile next to the bow it creates a lippage effect.  Homeowner knew this and decided to half brick the tile anyway thus creating a lippage from tile to tile.  

November 13, 2015

Glass backsplashs are very popular these days.  We just recently finished a glass backsplash using 3 x 12 glass on a brick pattern in a home in Wappingers Falls, N.Y.  The homeowner wanted to run a schluter metal on top of the counter top to elevate the grout joint between the counter and tile which is where you usually have problems with the grout.  It either cracks out from the movement between the wall and the countertop or it makes it difficult to keep clean, especially behind the faucet.  Unfortunately is was a good idea but would allow water to get in between the metal and the countertop possibly causing water problems down the road.  We usually caulk that joint so it allows flexibility for expansion from the tile and the countertop.

December 1, 2015

The week during Thanksgiving we had a challenging job to get down before Thursday.  The homeowner in Wappingers Falls, New York picked out a Mirage 5" Hopscotch engineered floor to be installed in the kitchen.  The existing floor had a  ceramic floor that was called random block.  This floor was random size ceramic tiles that years ago was put down with one of the best adhesives on the market called MA500.  My guys were not looking forward to ripping up this floor because they knew how well this product bonded to the tile and the subfloor.  The first day was spent chiseling up the tile and scraping down the glue residue.  The second day we were able to get the hardwood down.  We still have some transitions strips that need to be put in going to the slate entry and parquet dining room. 

February 3, 2016

Hardwood has been going strong for the last couple of months.  It is not always a solid 3/4 hardwood job, these days engineered is becoming more popular due to the wider widths.  We have been traveling from West Point, New York to as far up as Catskill New York installing all kinds of material.  The wider width boards are very popular these days and are actually more stable then solid 3/4 hardwood in the long run.  I have noticed during the winter months many customers forget that the heating season dries out hardwood and causes it to shrink.  With engineered wood this is not the case because of the different plys that are incorporated to make the product.  The boards have resistance with these different layers causing more stability in the long run.  

February 10, 2016

We have been doing a lot of prefinished hardwoods.  In January down in highland falls, New York area we did a mirage 3" natural oak flooring.  Customer wanted the bedrooms in wood.  It was a pretty simple installation, did not involve any carpet rip up, took the wood base off the walls but did not have to reinstall the homeowner was having new base installed. Also in January we installed a engineered wood flooring called bella cera hardwood flooring.  This job was in wappingers falls, New York, customer wanted solid wood floor but had osb down.  Nailing into osb plywood is not recommended so we decided that engineered would be the way to go.  Bella cera makes a beautiful wide board look in their Estate Collection.  The installers had to rip up existing carpeting and install the new floor.  Also in the Bella Cera line a new product called Bergamo was installed in a family room over in New Paltz, New York.  Homeowner was originally going to use ceramic but had some installers come in and they decided that ceramic was not possibly, so they came to our store and decided on doing prefinished engineered wood.  The Bergamo line is uniques in its two tone coloration and makes a gorgeous floor.

February 20, 2016

Our momeni rug and runner collection contains styles for everyone, Traditional, Transitional, Contemporary, Shags, Indoor/Outdoor and Kids.  Momeni has been producing rug and runners since 1975. Thirty-eight years later, they are still a family owned and operated business maintaining their reputation for unwavering quality and trendsetting designs . They are experts in fine Persian and Oriental rugs.  They have state of the art design capabilities creating rugs from all over the world in good/better/best qualities.  Their products are made from all kinds of fibers such as Polypropylene, Wool, wool and polyesters.  They can be machine made, hand-knotted, hand-tufted and hand-carved, power-loomed, hand-serged, loop-cut, machine wooven,  hand woven and flat weave.  All these fibers and designs creates the perfect area rug or runner for your home.  Visit Momeni rugs through our website online to catch a glimpse of their product line. 

February 24, 2016

We are continuing our work in Highland Falls, New York.  We started this project before Christmas doing the upstairs in Mirage 3" Natural Red Oak  3/4 solid hardwood flooring.  We did the bedrooms and hallway then, the homeowner liked the color and the product and decided to continue it downstairs into the dining room, living room and hallways.  The kitchen has been gutted, it had old linoleum flooring down which was ripped up.  There was pieces of felt that were left that we tried to scrape up but was damaging the luan subfloor more.  So the plan is to rip up the luan and put down a new subfloor suitable for engineered stone(Armstrong Alterna).  The homeowner picked a very dark slate like look with a dark colored grout.  I believe this will look nice, contrasting with the light color cabinets.

March 2, 2016

Just recently I had a phone call from a customer who seems to have water damage from a pipe bursting in Rhinebeck, New York.  This customer has radiant heat under the existing 2 1/4 hardwood and through the conversation that we had it was recommended for him to go back with a 2 1/4 to make the floor more stable with the radiant heat underneath.  The Hardwood Flooring Association recommends no wider then 3" with radiant heat.  They also recommend that the wood floor be delivered 2 weeks before the product is installed to the house for acclimation.  In helping him with these questions I was able to point him in the right direction and made him feel comfortable with buying the product from us.  

March 7, 2016

Just recently I was at a grout sealing and cleaning job located in Wappingers Falls, NY.  As I was going about cleaning the honed travertine floor and sealing it I noticed a couple of hair line cracks in the grout.  I didn't say anything at that point, I moved upstairs into the master bathroom and was cleaning the floor getting it also ready to be sealed and I noticed some hairline cracks in the grout there also.  So when I finished and was having a conversation with the homeowner, she brought up that she uses a steamer on the flooring.  I asked her how often and she said at least once a week.  I mentioned to her about the grout starting to crack in the half bath and the master bath floor.  I recommended if she needs to use the steamer to maybe cut it down to once a month if that.  I recommend using stone tech stone and tile wipes if she would like to clean the floor regularly.  I left the house pondering the question of steamers, so I googled it and came upon a article by consumer reports.  It seems consumer reports does not have a recommendation on steamers.  I have put the article in my frequently asked questions on our website.

March 8, 2016

Today in Wappingers Falls, New York, I had a customer stop in who we did work for in Hopewell Junction, New York over 20 years ago.  She was so happy with what we sold her and how it performed that she was back to update the kitchen.    She asked me what was available these days, and I explained to her the different products out there.  We started with Armstrong Alterna engineered tile.  I explained how well it performs being that it is made mostly of limestone composites with some vinyl, nylon and a urethane wear layer.  I explained it can be grouted or not, but that grouting it gives the product a more realistic look of porcelain tile then not grouting.  I also explained that the grout was a acrylic product that does not stain.  We then got on the conversation about porcelain.  I explained that porcelain tile is hard, very durable, has some great looks and very easy to maintain using either a stain resistant grout or making sure that the portland grout that is used is sealed.  The pros and cons of the products have all been mentioned and we moved on to the WPC vinyl product.  WPC is known as water proof core.  It came out to compete against laminates from my point of view.  This product has a lot of pluses; it has a vinyl wear layer that gives you the softness of a vinyl, the cleanability of a vinyl, and durablility of a vinyl with aluminum oxide wear layer.  The only issue with this product is most of them are a wood look, with a couple of ceramic/porcelain looks, so there is not much to choose from in the category if you are looking for a ceramic/porcelain look.  I talked a little about real wood but she has animals and I did not suggest this product for a kitchen.  We also talked about vinyl sheet goods but that subject changed quickly.  So back to the Alterna we went.  Also in the conversation she was discussing that they were going to leave the oak cabinets and change the countertops.  So I chimed in that we are now selling and installing countertops.  One stop shopping, making the buying process a lot easier.  We pick out a few and decided on a MSI quartz product that looked complementing to the floor.  I mentioned to her that there was a special going on , when buying a countertop the companies were giving a undermount sink for free.  This special ends at the end of the month.

Frequently Asked Questions


I have been asked this question numerous times of the recent years since these products have been invented.  I did a little research myself and found an article by consumer reports that DOES NOT  recommend using a steam mop to clean your floors.  The article talks about how you might expect the steam mop to be more convenient and to loosen dried food spills and perhaps even sanitizing the floors.  But these expectations did not match the test results performed by consumer reports.  Consumer reports coated a vinyl floor with catsup, hairspray, toothpaste, pasta sauce, olive oil, cat food, pancake syrup, mustard, barbecue sauce , and other household stuff and let it sit overnight to harden.  They admitted that this was a tougher spill then what is usually done in a small kitchen spill.  Some of the smaller spills were almost gone after two passes, others such as the mustard clung to the surface.  Cleaning up the larger mess was a little more challenging for the steamers.  Eventually even the best steamers pushed aside more of the grime then they were picking up.  The result looked like a lawn where a lawn mower missed narrow strips of grass along the way and left a dull looking floor behind.  Consumer reports retested the floor using a $15 dollar sponge mop and some mild detergent.  The sponge mop cleaned the floors better then the steam mop.  So overall the recommendation from consumer reports is to save your money on a steam mop and buy a sponge mop to get cleaner looking floors.


There are a few different types of carpeting:

Cut pile carpet - This is today's most popular style of carpeting.  Cut piles durability is achieved through the type of fiber that is used, twist of the yarn and density of the tufts.  The higher the twist of the yarn system the longer the tufts will hold their shape, making this carpet great for high traffic areas.  Cut piles come in different styles:   Textured Plush, Saxony, Frieze, Velvet Plush.

  • Textured Plush - These textured surfaces help to hide footprints and vacuum tracks.  Perfect for a busy household.
  • Saxony -   Ideal for areas such as living rooms and family rooms.
  • Frieze - Is known for the tips of the yarns being curled so you are walking the sides of the yarn system instead of the tips giving it the ability to minimal footprint and vacuum tracks.
  • Plush - Has a luxurious feel but creates footprint and vacuum tracks to be seen.  Usually used in low traffic areas or formal living rooms.

Level loop pile carpet - Creates a informal look which is usually used in high traffic areas.  Even commercial applications. There are multi-level loop or patterned loop pile, and cut loop pile.

  • Multi level loop- usually has different level of loop heights that creates a pattern effect.  This provides good durability  and a more casual look.  This is used especially in family rooms.
  • Cut loop pile - Combines the cut and loop yarns together to create a variety of different patterns.  This allows the carpet to hide soil and stains.

Comfortable. Stain Resistant. Carpet.

Soft and warm is what people are saying about carpeting.  With wide selections in colors and patterns, it's what families are looking for in their homes.  Carpet Manufacturers of today have the families lifestyle in mind.  These wall to wall carpets have become stronger and resist to stains from children or pets.  We provide services such as binding, surging, runners, wall to wall carpeting, area rugs for Wappingers Falls N.Y, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Hyde Park, N.Y., Lagrange N.Y., Lagrangeville, N.Y., Fishkill N.Y., East Fishkill N.Y.  Mohawk, Beaulieu, Kraus, Phenix, Shaw, Stanton, Philadelphia, Shawmark are just a few to name.  Stop in and see what we have to offer.

I think one of the benefits of putting carpeting in home is the feel of stepping on something warm and soft in the morning.   I find most customers looking for carpet are looking for something warm, cozy and animal friendly.  Stainmaster pet protect is one of those fibers.  

  • Resists difficult pet stains.
  • Easily releases pet hair.
  • Helps reduce pet odors.

There are always questions that are asked when a customer comes in looking for carpet:

  1.   What is the best carpet for stairs?
  2.   I'm carpeting a basement concrete floor what do you suggest?
  3.   Does your price include carpet installation price?
  4.   Do you suggest carpet ideas for family room?
  5. I found deals at Lowe's or I found deals at Home Depot, how does your price compare?

And the list goes on.  I have found through these conversation's when everything is said and done, my pricing is usually cheaper and a better product.  Choosing carpeting is not always easy but once the conversation starts I can usually steer the customer in the right direction.  Having a friendly knowledgeable staff helps also. 


There are four basic fibers, not including wool.  These fibers all have unique qualities and strengths.  Your choice is usually determined by the characteristics that are important to you and your home.

Nylon - is the most versatile of all fibers, providing excellent durability and flexibility  in creating a variety of carpet styles.  Though nylon is not inherently stain resistance most nylons are treated by the manufacturer with some sort of stain resist carpet treatment for protection against most household stains and spills (even pet urine and feces).

Polyester (PET) - offers exceptional softness, it is naturally stain and fade resistant.  Although not as durable as a nylon it still performs very well.  It is a great choice for a low to medium traffic area such as bedrooms.

Polyproplyene(olefin) - Unlike other carpet fibers olefins do not absorb water, so it is solution dyed.  Solution dyed means that the color is built into the fiber when it is formed making the color permanently a part of the fiber, this means the color will not fade, even when exposed to sunlight, bleaches, contaminants, or other harsh chemicals.  Polypropylene is usually used in a loop pile construction where there is less need for resiliency because it is not as strong as the other fibers in a cut pile application.

Triexta - the newest fiber in the industry.  Triexta is a product of dupont, the same company who brought about nylons back in the 1980's.  PTT(polytrimethylene terephthalate) is a polymer comprised of several monomers.  PTT were first discovered back in the 1940's, but were to costly to produce.  After much research Dupont was able to reduce the cost of production in the 1990's by using boitechnology.  PTT fibers are  hydrophobican, meaning like a olefin it does not absorb moisture.  It is produced with corn glucose instead of petroleum limiting off gassing.  PTT have not been around long enough to establish a track record like nylons, but seem to be performing well in durabilility and stain resistant.


I have been thinking about this question, because I was never really sure what caused carpet buckling but I had a good idea.  So I googled and found that my ideas were pretty much right.  Carpet buckling is considered carpet that gets loose in certain areas, causing waves or wrinkles in it.  One of the reasons is due to the environment you live in.  Humidity is one of the biggest culprits of carpet buckling, especially in areas that have four seasons.  This is due to the drastic temperature changes these areas experience.  Humid climates the moist air penetrates the carpet and causes it to swell.  Sometimes the carpet may lay flat again but if it is severely buckled it will require restretching.



Some people ask me the question:


I have been doing this work for over 30 years. Ceramic tile has been around for years. I find the difference can be a couple of things.
1. Ceramic tile is cheaper, you can't find a porcelain tile for under $3.00 per square foot. Some ceramics are as low as $2.19 per square foot.
2. Porcelain's have a better visual. With the increase in porcelain tiles being made, the products look more natural then a ceramic tends to look. We see porcelain tiles imitating woods, marbles, travertines, slates. These visuals are made to look like the real thing.
3. Porcelain's have low water absorbtion. This makes the product a harder and denser material.

What about Large Format Tiles?

The tile market is changing quickly these days.  The demand for larger tiles is growing.  For the tile installer, even a experienced one, tile installations are becoming more time consuming and are requiring more effort.  This can lead to unnecessary frustration.  The fact is, everyone wants a perfectly smooth floor surface covered by tiles of any size and barely visible grout joints.  There are many tools available to aid persons in these tile installations.  One such product is T-Lock Master.    The T-Lock Fast Tile leveling system is made up of a series of clips and wedges which allow tiles to be laid straight and even on floors and walls.  Check out their website @ www.perfectlevelmaster.com.

What about thin tile?

The phenomenon of thin tile is only a few years old, but this product has captured the attention of retailers, designers and customers in both residential and commercial.  This is a OPPORTUNITY for the industry.  It is important to know what "thin tile" really is.  It is not merely a thin version of existing ceramic or porcelain tile.  It is a new category altogether.  When we say tin tile we are referring to large format thinner then traditional porcelain tile.  These thin tile pieces, planks or panels can be produced singly and in pieces often larger then 1 by 3 meters.  The standard tile thickness can vary from 3 to 12 millimeters.  Anything under 7.5 mm is not recommended on the floor.  The Tile Council of North America has defined thin tile as 6mm or less.  Though thin tile has not yet been endorsed for floors in the U.S. by the installation community, millions of square footage has been installed worldwide.  Thin tile has been proven to perform for both floor and wall installations, for indoor and outdoor use.  Thin tile differs from traditional tile in a variety of aspects.  To be thin, yet retain structural integrity, requires true engineering if a 3mm thick porcelain tile is to deliver virtually the same performance characteristics as standard thickness  porcelain.  The unique manfacturing process compresses each tile to greater then 15,000 tons psi.  This creates a very dense, strong thin tile with increased flexibility and breaking strength.  there is a .5mm fiberglass mesh backing adhered to each panel, providing additional strength and allowing for ease of drilling, cutting and handling.  This process allows us to create a single panel strong enough to accommodate structural integrity in sizes up to 39" x 118".  Although just as strong as standard porcelain, it is still fragile if not supported correctly.  Correct installation is critical for this product.  Florida tile has a website that offers detail videos on installation of this product. (www.floridatile.com)  Thin format tiles save on raw material, production time, energy use and shipping costs.



Glazed floor tile and wall tile are pretty simple to maintain, on the floor simply sweeping and damp mopping with clean water and a mild solution of a neutral cleaner formulated for tile is sufficient.  Over time if you use a cleaner that leaves a residue on the floor it will cause the tile to be a little harder to maintain, especially the grout.  If this is the case, then using a stronger cleaner with brushes might be needed to clean the tough areas.  Grout should be sealed so it does not absorb the spills that can happen.  Glazed wall tile will usually consist of just using a simply wiping with a dampened cloth or sponge.  Shower applications will require periodic cleaning in order to remove soap scum, body oils and hard water deposit build up.  Usually spraying these areas with a neutral cleaner and letting it sit for a couple of minutes and then rinse is sufficient enough.  If the tiles have been neglected then a stronger solution maybe necessary to use.  Glass tile, which is the rave right now, should be cleaned with a soft cloth with warm water and a non abrasive glass cleaner.  Using abrasive cleaners could mare the surface and scratch the tile.


Sealing in new installations of natural stone is highly recommended.  Selecting a high quality sealer such as Miracle, Dupont or Aqua mix sealers to provide maximum surface stain protection.  Pre-sealing natural stone prior to grouting can make the grouting application much easier and will help protect all the natural stone surface from grout pigment staining during the installation and grouting process.  Once the grout has properly cured it is recommended to seal the stone and grout again.  Stone sealers are designed to penetrate the stone leaving a no-sheen, natural look and provide protection from liquids that would otherwise absorb and possibly stain the stone.  Various maintenance products are available to enhance or highlight the character and beauty of the stone depending on the look you want to achieve.  

Regular stone care

  • Interior natural stone floors should be frequently cleaned using a non treated dry dust mop to remove dirt and dust that may scratch the surface.  Mopping with a stone cleaner from either Miracle, Aqua Mix or Dupont that is recommended for natural stone floors.  Never use vinegar or cleaners containing bleach or acid.  
  • Dust mop frequently
  • Clean surfaces with mild detergent or stone soaps.
  • Thoroughly rinse and dry the surface after cleaning
  • Blot up spills immediately
  • Protect floor surfaces with non- slip mats or area rugs and countertop surfaces, trivets or placemats.


  • Use vinegar, lemon juice or other cleaners containing acids on marble, travertine limestone or onyx surfaces.
  • Use cleaners that contain acids such as bathroom cleaners.
  • Use abrasive cleaners such as dry cleansers or soft cleansers.
  • Mix bleach and ammonia, this combination creates a toxic and lethal gas.
  • Ever mix chemicals together unless directions specifically instruct you to do so.



True professionals had all our hardwood floors replaced and couldn't be happier! They really know everything about the products they sell!
Joyce Sokolowski Just to add a little more about Lori. She is a wealth of knowledge. Don't need to say I will get back to you. It is all in her head. Try the place what go you have to loose
Very friendly, professional company. I had new carpet installed by Mid Hudson Floor recently and it was a true pleasure from start to finish. I highly recommend this company!
October 2, 2015
I had a customer stop in from Stormville, New York.  We recently did a engineered hardwood floor in her home.  She was so happy, her mother-in-law was with her and says she has been smiling from ear to ear since the floor has been down.  They highly recommend us to all the friends, family and coworkers.
January 5, 2016
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    What can I say!  I have been using Mid-Hudson Floor & Wall for over 12 years!  From tile, to rugs to blinds...and they are amazing.  Lori...is the best! Everyone there...the installers are on time, the job is wonderfully done!  Now, we are using them for my daughter's addition...I can't give enough prize for them...they are professional, honest and fair....It is so good to have a local company care about its customers!....Many Thanks...we will be back for the tile!  Candy and family!

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    I had my bathroom redone by this company. I had a very pleasant experience.  Everyone was very helpful, the Job was done on time and looks amazing.  I will be coming back and recommending them to family and friends.

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    I had a great experience at Mid-Hudson. The sales associates are friendly and very helpful, and the installers were respectful of my home and very skilled. I will definitely be returning and referring this company to all my friends and family. So happy with the outcome of my new kitchen. Thank you Mid-Hudson!

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    The show room has so many styles and brands to choose from.  I came in expecting to look around and ended up leaving with my new entry way picked out.  I liked this place so much I called my husband and made him stop what he's doing to come make the final decision on the pieces I picked out. He loved them just as much.  WE ARE VERY HAPPY WITH OUR DECISION TO SHOP LOCAL. I believe in supporting our neighborhoods local business, I encourage you to do the same

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    Found this place close to home after a morning at church.  We are in the process of remodeling my kitchen so We stopped in to have a look around. For a Sunday afternoon the showroom seemed pretty busy but the sales women still had time to welcome us and invite us in to have a look around while she finished with another customer.  I found the perfect Tile for my backsplash here and based my entire kitchen remodel from it. The sales women  worked very hard to find the best deals we could get.  After a few calls and number crunching She made my dream kitchen come true.  My husband was pleased with the help finding the best deals. The men who came to measure and install were courteous and professional. Everything looks amazing. I couldn't be more pleased. My friends and neighbors are jealous with envy! I enjoyed my experience with Mid Hudson Floor and Wall, and I plan on having them remodel my bathroom next!

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    I have been buying from Mid-Hudson Floor and Wall Co for over 27 years.  My experience has always been one of great satisfaction.  Their sales staff is patient and knowledgeable.  Their installers are meticulous and clean.  I would never go anywhere else.  Thank Mid-Hudson for being the best at what you do!!!!

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    I had laminate floors, linoleum, carpeting, ceramic tile in a bathroom and a back splash installed by this company.  I have nothing to say but the best about everything that was done.  From the customer service in the store to the installers putting in the product.  The installers were very clean and meticulous in everything that they did.  They cleaned up every night after themselves making sure my home was in order for the night until they arrived again the next day.  They are the BEST!!!

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    Mid-Hudson Floor just did a fabulous, fantastic job of putting down a new Armstrong linoleum floor in my kitchen, breakfast nook, mud room, hall and powder room. It was a challenging job and on the second day (and final day) of work, the owner himself came out and pitched in. The finished job is beautifully done, professionally done and I wish I could give them 10 stars!  They left everything clean and even helped me put back furniture. I would definitely recommend them to anyone. They are a class act.    Harriet Hendel Poughquag, New York

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Why Buy Resilient Flooring?

Resilient flooring is an amazing material if you’re looking for something that is both a great value and long lasting.  It is softer under foot than ceramic tile and wood, which makes it a great choice in kitchens where you’ll spend a lot of time standing. Its ability to hold up under the harshest of conditions is why it is used frequently in commercial settings.

Resilient flooring is a great solution for residential applications as well. Breakthroughs in digital printing allow manufacturers to create the look of expensive stone, wood and ceramic floors with stunning realism at a fraction of the cost of the real material.

Another huge benefit of using resilient flooring is the easy maintenance. It is highly water and stain resistant. You will only have to sweep up dirt and debris periodically. If you need a deeper clean, you only need to use a damp mop. Follow all manufacture cleaning instructions.

Types of Resilient Flooring

There are different materials available depending on the setting you will be using the flooring in. For example, if you are looking to floor a residential area like your home kitchen you will likely choose one of the following materials:

  • Residential sheet vinyl
  • Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)
  • Vinyl Tile
  • Linoleum

If you are in need of flooring for a commercial setting you will have some different options. Your material options for a project like that will include:

  • Commercial Sheet Vinyl
  • Linoleum
  • Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT)
  • Bio-Based Tile (BBT)
  • Rubber Sheet
  • Rubber Tile

We sell only the best brands of resilient flooring available. Call or stop in today to see our selection of resilient flooring.

Cork Flooring

Buying Tips for Cork Flooring

Why Buy Cork Flooring?
Cork is a progressive design option that offers high-end durability. Cork is a highly resilient flooring because it has elasticity and gives on impact. This makes cork a great option for comfort and sturdiness.

Cork is also known for its abundant design options. The versatile material allows for stains in many shades and it can also be painted. You can have the benefits of cork and still match any décor you choose.

Cork Flooring is Good for the Environment
If you are looking for an environmentally friendly option, cork is the perfect choice. This is because cork can be harvested from a tree without damaging the tree or stunting its growth. This makes cork the most naturally renewable resource for flooring.

What Type of Cork is Best?
It really all depends on your needs. Use plank-shaped cork if you are installing over existing flooring, but use tile-shaped if you need to glue it down. We can help you determine which is best.

Cork texture will greatly impact the look of your cork flooring. Small granules give your floor that traditional cork flooring look you are likely used to. A peeled cork texture gives it a beautiful natural cork look.  There are many other textures and designs to choose from. Contact us today and we'll make sure you get the right one for your home's needs..

Bamboo Flooring

Buying Tips for Bamboo Flooring

Why Buy Bamboo Flooring?
Bamboo flooring is one of the best ways to get a combination of beauty and durability. It is most known for its strength and stability, making it a great choice for flooring that lasts for many years. Although bamboo is actually a type of grass, it can be harder than oak, giving you a long lasting material.

Bamboo vs. Hardwood
It has a lot of the same benefits of hardwood plus a few more. It has less risk of damage due to expansion or contraction. It is also particularly resistant to insects and mildew growth. Bamboo is one the most recent materials to be used as flooring, but it is also one of the most environmentally friendly. It is a rapidly renewable resource that can be harvested every 5-7 years. An oak tree takes 60 years or more before it’s ready to be re-harvested. This makes bamboo a great choice for environmentally conscious consumers who are concerned about sustainability.

What Type of Bamboo to Buy?
There are a few color options to choose from to get the look you want. You can do a natural bamboo color are get a direct print bamboo to create bamboo flooring that looks like an entirely different type of floor.

There are different grain types for different looks. Vertical grain gives you a uniform, smooth look while horizontal grain helps display the bamboo's random growth rings. The hardest of the grain types is strand-woven which also gives a random look revealing the natural character of your bamboo floors. Contact us today, so we can help you make the right decision when purchasing your new flooring. 

Laminate Flooring


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Buying Tips for Laminate Flooring

Why Buy Laminate Flooring?
If you have and active household, laminate will fit right in. It is designed to be durable and withstand a ton of foot traffic. It is highly resilient and will last for years. Laminate floors are very resistant to wear, fading and stains. Most are sold with a warranty to back that up.

Another benefit is the ease of installation. If you like to handle home projects on your own, laminate is a favorite among do-it-yourselfers. You can find glue-less installation options as well as self-locking laminate that can be installed on most subfloor types.

Laminate is a Cost-effective Substitute
Laminate is a master of disguise. It can look like almost any other style of flooring. Because it is made from less costly material, you can get expensive looks for a lot less money. With the latest breakthroughs in printing technology, you can find an extremely convincing laminate substitute for many different floor types.

Hardwood Flooring


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Buying Tips for Hardwood Flooring

Factory Finish vs. Custom Sand & Finish on Site
You should feel comfortable with either choice. However, factory finishing offers many nice advantages. Factory finished flooring is inspected for defects at the mill so you receive first choice every time. On-site finishing depends on the quality of the workmanship that day.

Factory finished flooring usually installs more quickly and without the dust and odors that are involved with on-site finishing. However, even though factory finished flooring comes in a variety of colors, on-site finishing allows for closer color match with existing woodwork or cabinets. 

Both factory finishes and on-site finishes are available in either high gloss or matte. Both types have exciting new finishes developed with space age technology. These finishes are not like grandma's old wood floors because they require no waxing. 

Engineered products install where no solid hardwood dares to go
Prior to the development of engineered hardwood flooring, hardwood products could not be installed on slab or in your basement without a special subfloor system. Now you can enjoy real hardwood flooring in those areas without all that fuss and expense. A special cross-ply construction eliminates the problem of expansion and contraction usually associated with solid hardwood.

Don't become overly concerned with thinner or thicker top wood layers associated with engineered products because it's the finish you are walking on. Generally speaking you won't need to re-sand and finish these products; just re-coat them unless you need to change the color. 

Special considerations when selecting hardwood flooring
Direct sunlight can affect the color of hardwood stains, therefore closing curtains or shades during peak periods will reduce damage. Area rugs left in place for extended periods of time may expose a shading difference once they are removed from the remainder of the floor.

Large pets with sharp toenails can also damage even the best finishes.

Ceramic & Porcelain


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Buying Tips for Ceramic & Porcelain Tile

The correct subfloor structure is critical to performance
Ceramic tile, more than any other form of flooring, requires the proper subfloor system and setting materials. A double subfloor system with the total thickness of 1-1/4", over floor joists 16" on center is required. The top subfloor layer should be exterior grade plywood or an underlayment specifically designed for ceramic tile installation like cementous backerboard.

Special setting materials are available which will allow ceramic tile installations over existing floors that are solid and already meet the above requirements. Failure to provide a sturdy base can cause grout to crack and release or tile to crack. 

Although many ceramic tiles look the same, there are quality differences
The quality of raw materials, the firing process, and the sophistication of glazing applications that create realism will determine the quality of the finished product. These quality differences are often reflected in the price.

Selecting the right surface glaze is an important step when selecting floor tile
Floor tiles are rated for glaze wear and slip resistance, which are important factors to consider. Glaze ratings should exceed 3 for residential applications with the exception of bath areas that can use tiles rated 2. Tiles with a slip resistant rating of 0.5 or better should work well in most indoor residential applications.

Use caution when selecting tile for installations outdoors. Unglazed quarry tiles, tiles with heavily textured surfaces, or porcelain paver tiles, all with slip resistant ratings of 0.6 or greater are possibilities. They must also be frost resistant. 

Request the best in setting materials
New latex modified mortars and grouts provide better strength while also allowing greater flexibility.

Special Caution
Dropping objects on ceramic tile--particularly heavy ones--can chip even the best tiles.

Carpets & Rugs


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Buying Tips for Carpet & Rugs

Don't take the quality of your carpet cushion lightly
The performance of many carpets will hinge on the performance of the cushion. Spending a few extra dollars on cushion can mean extra years of performance for your carpet. Some carpet warranties also hinge on the grade of cushion you select. Carpet cushion affects the luxury feel underfoot, quietness, resilience, cleaning, insulation, and, ultimately, the life of your carpet. Crushing or flattening of your carpet fiber causes it to look ugly long before it's useful wear life is over. Quality cushion will help resist this condition.

Don't judge the quality by feel alone
Thick and luxurious carpet can fool you at times. Determine the performance you want and the conditions effecting your carpet. A tighter twisted fiber doesn't feel as soft but it will generally give you better performance over the life of the carpet. A tightly twisted yarn will resist soiling, matting and crushing. When a yarn is not tightly twisted it may feel more luxurious but it will tend to crush and flatten out more quickly.

Read the labels
Generally speaking you can review the stain resistance, anti-static claims and wear warranties right on the back of the sample. You also will see the type of fiber ( nylon, polyester, polypropylene, etc.), the face weight, density, and twist.

There is no substitute for a knowledgeable sales person
As you can see there are a wide variety of issues to resolve in buying the best carpet for your needs. The performance and quality characteristics of carpet vary more widely than that of other flooring materials and a knowledgeable sales person will help you match up your performance needs.  


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