For a lot of homeowners, one of the best ways to clean and freshen up a home is with new flooring. For some it’s an absolute necessity, with old, dirty, stained carpet that has to go. For others, it’s more of a desire for something new or to switch to a luxurious wood or stone floor. New flooring and a fresh coat of paint and you’ve practically got a new house — well, sort of.

But have you noticed that there are so many choices out there? It’s enough to boggle anyone’s mind. Should you go with the quick and easy carpet again? Or should it be the new vinyl floors everyone is talking about? How about wood or laminate or tile? Even after narrowing it down, selecting one within that category can be another challenge.



Well, if you have been thinking about new flooring and want to get a very firm grip on what your choices are, wait no more. Attend Kahala Pacific Floors’ Wood and Stone Flooring 101 seminar. Held once per month at the company’s beautiful 3,000square-foot showroom for the last nine years, the seminars are as popular as ever. President of Kahala Pacific Floors Shirley Pai Hilton is always so happy that folks tell her how much they enjoyed the seminar and how much they learned from it. One high-tech professional even told her that he constantly attends tech seminars and that hers was the best he had ever been to.

More important is the help that you will get from taking in the information at the class. You will learn about your flooring choices from wood to bamboo to laminate to vinyl to stone and tile. You will learn all about subfloor preparation, moisture issues, sound abatement, installation methods, transitional and perimeter moldings and why products are made the way they are. Hilton promises that your flooring issues will be so much clearer after the class.

One of the best things about the seminar is that after you have completed the class, you will always be eligible for their Private Sale Pricing — even better than their contractor discount. Enjoy coffee, pastries and goodies while receiving an education.


The next session will be held Saturday, Feb. 11 at 10 a.m. Call 847-7711 to reserve a seat.

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