Guess what? The holidays are just around the corner again and for a lot of homeowners, that means getting the house in good shape for entertaining or houseguests.

One of the best ways to clean and freshen up a home is with new flooring. Whether you have dirty old carpets or you’re tired of your look, new flooring and a fresh coat of paint will bring you a lot of e xcitement and satisfaction.


But there are tons of options out there and you want everything to turn out nicely, correct? After all, flooring is not cheap and you want to be sure to spend your flooring investment dollars wisely. Thousands of island homeowners have attended seminars presented by Kahala Pacific Floors over the years. The company’s latest installment, the My Kahala Style Flooring Workshop, is held once a month at the beautiful 3,000-square-foot showroom, and just as with past programs, you will be very pleased with the useful information that is presented so wonderfully.

Shirley Pai Hilton, president of the company and presenter of the program, is always so happy that folks tell her how much they enjoyed the workshop and how much they learned from it. One high-tech professional even told her that he constantly attends professional seminars and that hers was the best he had ever been to.

But more important than how much folks like the seminars 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 the company’s private sale pricing — even better than its contractor discount. Enjoy coffee, pastries and goodies while taking in an education. The next session will be held on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 10 a.m. Call 847-7711 to save a seat today.

CONTACT 847-7711
ADDRESS 926 Kohou St.