Eco-depot/2014/January

Is Your Office Making People Sick?

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Indoor air quality is extremely important; it is the air you are breathing the entire time you are inside, after all. But office buildings have sometimes been the source of illness due to poor air quality. There's even a name for it: Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). If you or the people you work with get...

Five Reasons Floating Vanities Are Popular

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A floating vanity is one that has no legs touching the floor. It has been anchored securely into the wall and, if done correctly, will not sag or come away from its anchor during use. The idea has been with us for years, mostly in commercial installations, because it is easier to clean the floor...

How To Match A Stone Tile Floor

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If you love the look of a natural stone tile floor, you are not alone. All the beauty and variety of nature is in the honed or polished slabs at your feet. That same variety can allow a wide range of looks depending on how those tiles are matched at installation. A random, ungraded layout...

3 Ways Your Floor Affects Your Customers

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The floor of a retail establishment does more than provide a surface to walk on. It is the foundation of the customer experience because that experience happens in context of the way they are able to navigate the store, the way they feel when in the store, and the impression they have of the store....

How To Care For Natural Stone

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Natural stone is not manufactured, so it displays all the variations of the geological formation it is cut from. This means that your stone backsplash can have touches of green at one end of the counter and touches of brown at the other end with creams and tans throughout and all be from the same...