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3 Stunning Nydree Projects in Atlanta, GA

The city of Atlanta is well-known for its historic relevance and diverse culture. Many of those visitor attractions and event centers feature memorable, award-winning building designs. Here are a few of the projects on which Nydree was proud to collaborate.

by Jason Brubaker
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Should Climate Play a Part in Choosing Commercial Flooring?

Whether designers are working in colder climates, near the ocean or in a storm-prone region like Tornado Alley, they should factor local climate into the flooring product they select. Here are the hottest materials out there and the climates they work best in.

by Jason Brubaker
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Our 5 Favorite Flooring Projects on the East Coast

East Coast architects can balance the look of their buildings with a design that will last for the long term — if they work with the right materials. From booming metropolitan areas in the North to charming, bustling cities in the South, here are some of the best flooring projects we’ve seen up and down the East Coast.

by Jason Brubaker

Commercial Space Flooring Costs:

GETTING THE RIGHT PROJECT ESTIMATE

This complete guide illustrates how labor and materials play a role in the overall cost of your project.

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What Material Should You Use for Commercial Flooring?

Architects and designers have a hard decision ahead of them when it comes to commercial flooring. Thankfully, there are a few ways to break down those decisions to ensure you pick the best material for your project’s needs.

by Jason Brubaker
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What Is the Difference Between Heavy and Light Commercial Flooring?

Knowing the difference between heavy and light commercial flooring options and applications is the key to ensuring both a timeless design and choosing the best durability for your project.

by Jason Brubaker