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All Things Wood Floor
Prioritizing Family While Owning a Wood Flooring Company: Lessons From Genia Smith

All Things Wood Floor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 57:34


When Genia Smith started in the wood flooring business, she wasn't just the only woman working in wood flooring, she was the only woman in her area in construction. Along the way, she left her father's business, moved to a different state, started her own company and a family, and found a way to balance them both before selling her business and retiring early. 

Victorious Souls Podcast
Gratitude, Celebrating Victories, And "Bathroom Flooring It" (S2:Ep127)

Victorious Souls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 8:20


Do you practice gratitude and celebrate victories? Do you know what "bathroom flooring it" is? LIFE IS HARD at times. NO ONE has their best day every day. This year has been full of both pain and triumphs for me and my family. Practicing gratitude, celebrating victories, and even "bathroom flooring it" has been a great help to me. It can help you too. After you listen, share this to help others. The gofundme: https://www.gofundme.com/f/tyler-trotto-toughhelp-tyler-kick-cancers-butt Resources https://daniellebernock.com/ https://clarity.fm/daniellebernock https://www.daniellebernock.com/coaching/ Additional resources: Books: Emerging With Wings https://amzn.to/3Qm4aQw Because You Matter https://amzn.to/3oUnxEt Socials: https://www.facebook.com/daniellebernock/ https://www.instagram.com/dbernock/ https://www.youtube.com/c/DanielleBernockLovesYou https://twitter.com/DBernock https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-bernock-6ab50467/ https://www.tiktok.com/@dbernock #11 on Feedspot: https://blog.feedspot.com/overcoming_adversity_podcasts/ Want to be a guest? https://podmatch.com/signup/fromdanielle Some links I use are affiliate links where I earn a small commission at no cost to you. Medical Disclaimer: GUESTS OPINIONS DO NOT REPLACE THE ADVICE FROM A QUALIFIED MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL #gratitude #victories #practice #lifeishard #strength #coaching #loveyourself #innerstrength #leukemiaawareness #cartrouble #gofundme #support #kindness #daniellebernock #thatladyontheinternetwholovesyou --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/victorioussoulspodcast/message

On The Floor with Wayne and Rob
Retail Business with Guest Ken Petersen

On The Floor with Wayne and Rob

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 49:44


Wayne and Rob are joined by Ken Petersen with Woody's Hardwood Flooring to discuss starting a retail floor business after being a contractor. Follow Bona US Professional online: Website: https://www1.bona.com/en-us/professional/ Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/BonaProfessional Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bonauspro/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bonapro.us/

Carboline Tech Service Podcast
2. Resinous Flooring Systems for Cannabis Facilities (Feat. Michael Greenblatt)

Carboline Tech Service Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022


Due to changing laws and regulations, the cannabis industry has seen massive growth in the last several years. This growth has led to major capital investments and new construction as producers look to build new facilities in which to produce cannabis. During this next episode, we talk about all the factors that are needed to make a good resinous flooring recommendation for one of these facilities. All this and more coming up next on The Red Bucket. 0:00 - Intro 1:38 - Introduction to Michael Greenblatt and Surface Technology 2:48 - The Cannabis Industry and Its Similarities to the Pharmaceutical and Food and Beverage Industries 5:43 - The Construction Process Knowledge Gaps in the Cannabis Industry 8:06 - Regulatory Challenges in the Cannabis Industy 10:55 - Why You Shouldn't Just Buy a Flooring System off the Shelf 12:26 - Security Regulations on Projects in the Cannabis Industry 14:54 - The Requirements for Cleanroom Floors and Walls 15:57 - The Benefits of Resinous Floor and Wall Systems 18:06 - Floor and Wall System Recommendations for Cannabis Facilities 20:23 - The Benefits of Urethane Cement 22:07 - Urethane Cement vs. Epoxy Mortars 23:17 - The Importance of Using a Qualified Flooring Installer 24:24 - Chemical Resistance Requirements in a Cannabis Facility 27:14 - The Importance of Reflective and Light-Colored Flooring in a Cannabis Growing Facility 30:18 - Why You Shouldn't Leave Concrete Bare 33:18 - The Future of the Cannabis Industry 36:07 - "The Four Questions" [Non-Technical] 39:20 - Closing Remarks 40:35 - "Tech Tips"

Around the House with Eric G
DIY Basics Plumbing + Painting + Flooring

Around the House with Eric G

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 40:49 Transcription Available


We went back to the basics in this first hour to talk about those projects that are great DIY projects to start out with for just about everyone. Even if you have done these projects before there will be some tricks and tips you might not have heard that could save you a bunch of time or money. Thanks for listening to Around the house if you want to hear more please subscribe so you get notified of the latest episode as it posts at https://around-the-house-with-e.captivate.fm/listenIf you want to buy Eric G a beer or coffee you can support the show here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ATHERICGWe love comments and we would love reviews on how this information has helped you on your house! Thanks for listening! For more information about the show head to https://aroundthehouseonline.com/ We have moved the Pro Insider Special on Thursday to its new feed. It will no longer be on this page. You can find it and subscribe right here: https://around-the-house-pro-insider.captivate.fm/ Information given on the Around the House Show should not be considered construction or design advice for your specific project, nor is it intended to replace consulting at your home or jobsite by a building professional. The views and opinions expressed by those interviewed on the podcast are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the Around the House Show. Mentioned in this episode:Buy Me A Coffee, Beer, or Drink

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style
344: The Importance of Investing in Key Décor Items and What Items Are Worth Investing In

The Simple Sophisticate - Intelligent Living Paired with Signature Style

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 43:35


"I am sure there are [trends], but I don't really like them because I think trends come and go very rapidly." —Nina Campbell Creating a sanctuary takes time. But it need not take the same amount of time each time you set up a new home. Similar to getting to know ourselves, unconsciously from day one we may be drawn to certain tastes, preferences, aesthetics, etc., and this is where we can begin both in understanding ourselves and in curating a sanctuary that rejuvenates, comforts and welcomes us home, even if the location of our home changes over the years. However, unlike our wardrobe, the sizes of the types of furniture or décor items we are drawn to will not change, even if the colour palettes do which is good news because that means you can begin investing in the items for your sanctuary before you even have a penny in your bank account saved up for a down payment or the first month's rent. Decorating our homes doesn't have to begin from scratch each time we move into a new home; in fact, if we are starting from scratch each time, we are wasting money, time and harming the planet (unless we are leaving all of our furniture for the new buyer). And you actual liberate yourself when you invest in quality décor pieces initially which enables you to never have to start from scratch again. Why does it liberate you, especially, you might be saying, because you just spent all of your extra money on a custom sofa for example? Well, that is exactly what today's episode is all about, sharing the many reasons why investing in key décor items will help you curate a sanctuary that is tailored to you and the life you love living. 1.Endurance to last a lifetime or at least a few decades "[It was] good in the first place, and [is] still good today." —Nina Campbell Similar to well-made clothing with high quality fabric, furniture that is made well from the inside out - structurally sound sofa, chairs, beds, tables, etc. will go the distance, many lasting your entire lifetime. I will include stoves in this as well because if you are someone who spends regular time in the kitchen, invest well in a stove and yes, it can last your entire lifetime. The quote above was shared by renowned British interior designer Nina Campbell in a podcast episode in which she shared an experience of working with a client for the second time, about 10-15 years removed. Many of the primary pieces did not need replacing because they were made well. Below in #5 we will talk more about the benefit of having high quality furniture and large appliances, but generally speaking, you save yourself an extra step of having to go shopping for yet again another item. If you purchase a cheap item that looks good today, but isn't made well, no matter how many times you recover it, it will still not work nor last, or be comfortable. The idea of starting from scratch is eliminated when you buy well, yep, paying more, up front for the first time purchase, so that you don't have to pay for it again down the road when your tastes change, or what is more likely, the piece falls apart or you realize it doesn't fit well or is not comfortable. 2. Sustainable The sustainability choice in buying a quality piece of furniture or large appliance for your home ensures you won't be clogging up landfills. Mass produced furniture that is typically inexpensive also enables us to be less attached to the items and thus make the item easier to toss. Granted some may take their items to Goodwill or have a garage sale, but when you purchase furniture you love and is well made, and that you need as it provides a function in your home, you are able to keep it and use it for decades to come and also often become invested in it to take care of it well. As I will share in #7 on our list in detail, part of why buying antiques and consignment and vintage is worth doing is because of the sustainability approach, and while it may take more time to find what you need, when you find it, again, you will become more invested in taking care of it well, thereby keeping it in your home for a longer duration. 3. Saves Money in the Long-Term The price you pay for the high quality armchair today will be the cheapest price that armchair will be sold for if you were to shop for it again 10, 15, 20 years down the road. A well-made piece of furniture, if cared for well, will actually increase in value, a cheap sofa or chair will do exactly the opposite. In other words, it is not easy to plunk down a large sum of money on a dining room table for example, but if it is well made, fits your home and lifestyle, you will have it with you for your lifetime and perhaps hand it down to the next generation, only needing to have it refinished or re-stained when it exchanges homes. Try to think long-term if you are struggling to pay the price tag of a custom Howard & Sons London sofa or armchair, and instead think about how you will be able to have a trusted and loved piece of furniture for decades to come, even being able to hand it down and doing so with it in great condition even if the upholstery changes. ~Read British interior designer Rita Konig's advice on buying the perfect sofa (Konig is Nina Campbell's daughter) Learn How to Be Your Own Interior Designer with Rita Konig (Create Academy course) 4. Potential to change exterior, but value is retained due to high quality craftsmanship When you invest well in furniture you both love, as it speaks to your aesthetic tastes and lifestyle, and that is made well, as mentioned in #1, when your life changes, when your color preferences change, all you have to do is change the exterior as the skeletal, foundational components are doing just fine. Even if you have to replace and refurbish the seat cushions, you still have the well-built original frame which will save you money. From changing the upholstery or refinishing the wood of a beloved desk, dining room table or side table, this is where you save money and time, because you already have what you love, now you are just taking good care of it, which reduces stress to have to find something that works for what you need. 5. Pay no mind to trends "I am sure there are [trends], but I don't really like them because I think trends come and go very rapidly." —Nina Campbell To repeat Nina Campbell's quote from above, as someone who began working under the wing of John Fowler, I will heed her wisdom when it comes to trends. Sure, we all have an aesthetic we are drawn too, but that is separate from a trend. Nina Campbell, for example, has a particular aesthetic that draws clients to her, but what she does is not trendy and each client's home, when complete, will be different. The difference is when an interior designer creates spaces for different clients that all look somewhat similar but neither reveals an individual, then that is trendy. In other words, an interior designer brings their expertise, but listens to the client's needs (lifestyle) and what brings them comfort and rejuvenation (personal tastes and life journey), and designs a home that reflects their client. You want to see yourself and the people who live in your home in the interior design you create in your sanctuary. This most definitely takes time, but from day one you can begin including something you love, that speaks to you. For me, I have always been drawn to cozy, deep armchairs and sofas, wingbacks and wallpaper. I can remember going to the interior design store in our small town with my mother when I was a young girl, being able to select the wallpaper for my bedroom for the first time. I was so excited to be able to have a say in the decision making and flipping through all of those wallpaper books was a joy and most curiously good time. As well, I also know what I am not drawn too, and that also plays a role in where we begin. When we don't know, we try out things, and we learn along the way. I once thought a blue painted bathroom would be a great look, feel and aesthetic, but for me, I learned it was not. Lesson learned and carried forward to my next apartment or house. With each home we step into, or each new redecorating project we begin, we bring with us the knowledge and experience from our past projects, homes and interiors. To be guided by a trend, as was mentioned in episode #341, is not entirely a bad thing. "If an aspect of a trend speaks to you, there is a reason, and that is how we hone our understanding of what will work for a long duration of time in our homes as we decorate for the life we love living, [but] if you are not decorating in an approach that honors you, but rather following what others approve of, and in such an approach to life in any arena – decor, fashion, life choices – this is never an approach that will lead to true, lasting contentment." 6. You can move to other rooms or arrangements, and expand upon what you have, rather than starting from scratch Having furniture you love and that is well-made gives you the liberty to change where the piece is placed in your home. Perhaps a chair that was in the office now is moved to the new bedroom for guests. Or maybe the bed frame in your primary bedroom is moved to the guest room of your new home as you have one more room to furnish and as your tastes have changed, you can welcome in a new frame. Ultimately, what you are doing is giving yourself options and saving money, reducing what you need to add to your space because you already have very nice pieces to work with. 7. When you cannot purchase custom yet "I strongly believe that people may not want, or may not be able, to start again from scratch, so giving old furniture a new lease of life is at the heart of my philosophy." —Nina Campbell When we begin furnishing our homes, beginning in college for many of us, buying new and high quality is just not possible. Often we begin with hand-me-downs from family members and that is just perfectly fine. As you begin to purchase items, you likely still will not be able to purchase high quality brand new, let alone custom pieces, so head to the consignment and vintage shops and go treasure hunting. Scour the estate sales in your new hometown, but be patient, ask questions, and don't be afraid to barter. My first antique purchase was in college, an oak pub table that at the time cost a fortune for me - $400. I still have that table and it has been well cared for and functions and looks beautiful. Purchasing consignment and/or antiques when we can and want to is a sustainable approach as well to decorating our homes. It may take time to find what we are looking for, but remember, you can always update or adjust certain finds. If the items I made well, but the upholstery needs to change, that is easy to do, and you've saved money and helped the planet. ~Why Not . . . Shop Consignment Décor? What Décor Items to Invest In The first two items are recommended by Nina Campbell as most definitely worth investing in from the start: Sofa — customize with your preferred fabric as well Bed — mattress, headboard, frame, etc. Upholstery — chairs, sofa, ottomans, benches, etc. Window Treatments — fabric, hardware, customizing length and amount of fabric to hang properly open or closed Flooring — hardwood or tile, rugs, carpet, etc. Wallpaper — high quality wallpaper will hang well and simplify the process if you are doing it yourself. Stove Top/Oven — if you cook regularly in your kitchen Hardware & Kitchen and Bathroom Fixtures — door handles, faucets, hooks (for heavy use areas) Inspired by Provence: Curtains to Frame a Dining Room in an Open Floor Plan Decorating our sanctuary in many ways resembles putting together an incredibly large jigsaw puzzle, and over the years I have come to thoroughly enjoy putting together my own puzzle. Knowing what the right pieces are takes less time, but because I don't want a mass produced item, or know where what I am looking for might be found but it is not where I am at the moment, the time it takes to acquire these pieces takes longer, and that is okay. Because in the moment that we find and purchase and then welcome home the piece that fits just as we had imagined, it was worth it and our comfort and pleasure in our home deepens, and we become more rested and rejuvenated. Of course the journey of decorating our homes is forever on-going just as our capsule wardrobe is and knowing ourselves and learning about the world and how we partake and engage with it, but that is the fun part of being alive, and our homes stay alive because of this regular awareness of how to live well, tweaking, adding, layering, editing, etc. Wishing you a wonderful and most enjoyable journey of curating your sanctuary, and may your puzzle tickle your mind and bring many smiles to your days as you discover what would be right at home in your abode. SIMILAR POSTS/EPISODES YOU MIGHT ENJOY 11 Decor Pieces to Purchase Even if You Don't Live in Your Dream Home Yet The First 15 Key Elements I Included in My English Cottage-inspired Home, part une, episode #341 8 Unique Small Décor Ideas That Make a Signature Difference in Your Sanctuary Petit Plaisir ~Parisian by Design: Interiors by David Jimenez by Diane Dorrans Saeks

NWFA Wood Talk
A Conversation with Norman Kaswell of Kaswell Flooring Systems

NWFA Wood Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 43:24


Brett Miller chats with Norman Kaswell, a second-generation owner of Kaswell Flooring Systems, about the history and future of end grain flooring in commercial and residential applications. They also discuss tips on installation, finishes, fillers, and long-term care of this unique cut of wood flooring. 

The UpFlip Podcast
How to Start a $450K/Month Epoxy Flooring Business

The UpFlip Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 43:31


How much money and experience do you need to start an epoxy floor coating business? Brandon Vaughn invested $45,000 to start Wise Coatings in 2021. Now, he has 8 locations bringing in a total revenue of $450,000 or more every month with 15-25% profit margins, and he's talking to UpFlip to share how he did it. Brandon started Wise Coatings as an experiment. He wanted to see if someone could start a business without spending a single day working in the field. Instead, he focused on setting up smart systems, hiring a great team, and marketing the business to bring in more customers. So far, his experiment has proven a success, and he's built a scalable garage floor coating company with huge revenue potential as a result. Of course, no business is perfect all the time. We'll hear what Brandon has struggled with as he's grown his business, what mistakes he made early on, and how he corrected those issues to get Wise Coatings back on a profitable track. He'll share his successes, too, and how he has used his expertise with business systems to set up his garage floor epoxy business for fast growth from day one. ResourcesWise Coatings - Find out more about Brandon's business at their websiteConquer - Financial workshops hosted by BrandonHouseCall Pro - Workflow app for home improvement businessesQuickBooks - Financial management software QuickBooks Time -  Timesheet and employee time tracking softwareSortly - Inventory management appFleetio - Fleet management and maintenance software toolVonage - Business phone and communication systemIndeed - Great place to find talent for a small businessZipRecruiter - Top hiring and recruiting platform for professionalsThe E-Myth Revisited - Excellent business book by Michael E. GerberUpFlip YouTube channel - See more interviews with business ownersUpFlip Blog - Advice on how to start and grow a business

What the Floor Podcast
What the Floor Presents: Flooring Horror Stories

What the Floor Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 38:39 Transcription Available


On this episode of the What the Floor Podcast we headed down a dark scary road that led us straight to Spookytown. It's all about flooring horror stories told by some of our fabulous flooring industry friends. We talk to Marc Lapsley from Architectural Directions about a linoleum job gone wrong, with our favorite inspector Tony Christopher about his office project of shame, with WTF's own Toni Collier about a sticky sample situation, with Producer Jose regarding the trailer from hell, with Jeremy Everts from Pacific Mat about the “Summer of Chad”, and we wrap with industry legend John Ferguson for some words of wisdom.What the Floor is a T&A Supply Company Inc original production. You can find out more about us at tasupply.com or tasflooring.com. This show is produced by Jose Morales with help from Toni Collier and Jessica Riser. Tell us what you think of the show at wtfpodcast@tasupply.com or #whatthefloorpodcast on social media to let us know what you think.

MVP Business
How To Grow A World-Class Family Flooring Business With Garret Henry

MVP Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 49:22


Taking a business to success is all about teamwork. And who can doubt the bond of a family when it comes to that? This episode's guest, Garret Henry, is great proof of that. Garret opened his own flooring and countertops business after years of sales and service. GWH Flooring is located in Wimberley, Texas and serves surrounding towns, including San Marcos, Dripping Springs, and Fredericksburg. GWH has grown quickly and continues to thrive because Garret, his family, and his team are passionate about providing superior quality, service, and craftsmanship. In this conversation, he joins Steph Silver to share his journey—from being a fireman to learning the sales process to eventually growing his own world-class family flooring business. Join him as he shares more of his wisdom and experience in taking care of his family, his team, his clients, and his business.

Patented: History of Inventions

Linoleum, or “lino”, once ruled the world (of flooring). It appeared everywhere from the Titanic to your gran's kitchen. But where did it come from?We hear the story of the Victorian inventor, Frederick Walton, who came up with lino whilst trying to find an alternative to rubber.And we discover the Scottish town that was at the epicentre of world lino production during the golden years.Our guests to tell the story is Lily Barnes, curator of Flooring the World, a project to celebrate Fife's history of linoleum. And Angus Fotheringhame, the General Manager at Forbo Flooring Systems UK.If you want to reach out to Lily with memories or questions about lino or anything else then you can email: lino@onfife.com Produced by Freddy ChickEdited by Anisha DevaExecutive Producer Charlotte LongIf you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts, and audiobooks at History Hit - enter promo code PATENTED for a free trial, plus 50% off your first three months' subscription. To download, go to Android or Apple store. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Synergy Practices Dental Podcast
Episode 48: Red Card Ep. 41 Staying on top of flooring

Synergy Practices Dental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 6:11


In this week's Red Card segment, we work with a dentist that seems to have had the wrong kind of flooring recommended to him that's not designed for his use.   The dentist is located in TX, where they seem to be getting a lot of rain recently which has caused an issue with the water being brought in by all the traffic.  There's a big concern for slipping given the rain and the flooring that's tile.  While tile is not a bad flooring, given the application and the fact that there's no lobby to take the initial foot traffic from the outdoors, Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) tends to perform better in these cases.  Take a listen to the pros and cons and why LVP/LVT is a great option for your next practice!

RealAgriculture's Podcasts
Dairy flooring designed to enhance foot health and reduce ammonia production

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 3:01


Keeping hooves drier, harder, and cleaner is better for cows, dairy farmers, and the environment. Animal comfort specialist Bioret Agri believes it’s checked all these boxes with its new Magellan self-draining rubber flooring, which is designed to improve drainage, provide greater traction for cows, and reduce ammonia production. Adam Steward, business development manager for Bioret... Read More

Home Designs for Life:  Remodeling ideas to increase safety, function, and accessibility in the home.
Episode 27: Best Flooring Options for Seniors

Home Designs for Life: Remodeling ideas to increase safety, function, and accessibility in the home.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 11:35 Transcription Available


In order for flooring to be considered low maintenance it must be easy to clean, require little to no upkeep, and durable. Some of the most common choices available are luxury vinyl plank (LVT), linoleum, bamboo, engineered wood, ceramic, porcelain, laminate, and natural stone. Please listen to learn more on how to choose the best flooring for your home and decrease your fall risk while increasing the value of your home. Support the show

TalkFloor Podcasts
Changes in the Wood Flooring Market

TalkFloor Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 31:00


George Celtrick, owner of hardwood supplier Whitewood Products, talks about changes in the wood flooring sector including new backing materials, sourcing product from China, and where the domestic market is headed.

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast
David Chambers and Nina LoCicero Discuss Nebraska Furniture Mart's Flooring Showroom Reset

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 9:32


David Chambers and Nina LoCicero Discuss Nebraska Furniture Mart's Flooring Showroom Reset by Floor Focus Magazine

Fight Club 4 Business
Ep 118 Liz Trotter

Fight Club 4 Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 63:49


Liz Trotter currently owns and operates Cleaning Profit Builders. She has owned American Maid Service in Olympia, WA since 1993 and currently operates as an absentee owner. Liz is also a partner in Castle Keepers - Atlanta. Along with her husband Tim, Liz is a real estate investor and developer who currently owns 120+ rentals. As a Certified High-Performance Coach (CHPC), Liz uses her certification along with extensive DISC training and 3 decades of experience in the cleaning industry to help people at all levels “get out of their own way." Liz' current passion is using her proprietary system within the Strategic Success Circles to help smart business owners use their current knowledge and drive to get out of the Daily Whirlwind. Knowing what to do is a small part of the equation for strategically achieving goals of importance! Time Stamps:

ASMR by GentleWhispering
Kitchen Makeover Consultant

ASMR by GentleWhispering

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 53:30


Hello, my name is Maria and today we will take a look at your kitchen remodel. I've brought plenty of samples for you to choose from to make it an inviting space for your family. Enjoy! 02:09 Catalog ideas 06:42 Tablet ideas 18:01 Counter top tile samples 24:27 Flooring samples 32:00 Paint samples 43:57 Back splash tile samples Thank you for being here! :) #ASMR #GentleWhispering #relax 9/3/19 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/support

Kelly and Company
Affordable options for installing wood flooring

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 17:41


On our Woodworking chat, Jeff Thompson takes us through installing wood flooring, and covers affordable options for the job.

The President McCormack Podcast
#18 - Kevin McCormack - National Service Manager For ADP Lemco

The President McCormack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 86:04


Kevin comes on the podcast to discuss with Mark what it is like to work for him being a brother. He is the National Service Manager specializing in the companies inspection program. Kevin has been to 45 of 50 states. He is a road warrior who runs the entire division.

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast
Susan Hadinger Discusses How Hadinger Flooring in Naples Survived Hurricane Ian

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 6:06


Susan Hadinger Discusses How Hadinger Flooring in Naples Survived Hurricane Ian by Floor Focus Magazine

TalkFloor Podcasts
Women in Flooring: Kelly Oberschlake

TalkFloor Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 12:00


Growing up with parents who are professional golfers, it seemed Kelly Oberschlake, vice president of national accounts for Mohawk Industries, was destined to be the next Arnold Palmer. However, she dreamed of being a kindergarten teacher. After college, she landed in a flooring store, answering phone calls. The rest is history as they say. Her flooring journey spans 22 years, affording her the opportunity to work in various roles within the industry and meet many people who contributed to her success.

Remodeling Redefined
all things flooring

Remodeling Redefined

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 22:19


Rob & Anna are talking all things flooring in this episode. From woods to laminates to tiles... this is a great episode to better understand types of flooring & where each type may be more applicable in your home.

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
Wes' New Soundproof Office

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 71:04 Very Popular


In this episode of Syntax, Wes talks through all the gear, renovations, and upgrades he's made to his new home office. Lighting, soundproofing, desk, windows, and more! Prismic - Sponsor Prismic is a Headless CMS that makes it easy to build website pages as a set of components. Break pages into sections of components using React, Vue, or whatever you like. Make corresponding Slices in Prismic. Start building pages dynamically in minutes. Get started at prismic.io/syntax. LogRocket - Sponsor LogRocket lets you replay what users do on your site, helping you reproduce bugs and fix issues faster. It's an exception tracker, a session re-player and a performance monitor. Get 14 days free at logrocket.com/syntax. Freshbooks - Sponsor Get a 30 day free trial of Freshbooks at freshbooks.com/syntax Show Notes 00:38 Welcome 02:24 Scouting a house with an office 03:54 Why didn't you hire someone? 08:50 Goals for the office 10:30 Soundproofing 19:49 Decouple the ceiling 25:52 Sponsor: LogRocket 26:54 The door 33:23 Sponsor: Prismic 33:59 The desk 40:40 Cable management 47:12 Lighting 49:03 The room and windows 51:22 Flooring 55:12 Sponsor: Freshbooks 55:47 Things yet to be done 01:03:49 Costs 01:06:10 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× Desk Haus Apex Pro Max Alien Tape ××× SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× Scott: Pretend Podcast Wes: Nano Tape Shameless Plugs Scott: LevelUp Tutorials Wes: Wes Bos Tutorials Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

What the Floor Podcast
Wax On – Wax Off, How to become a Claims Master

What the Floor Podcast

Play Episode Play 35 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 63:57


On this episode of What the Floor we take a deep dive into Claims. We talk about the processes that work and the ones that don't, what the timeline looks like, the different types of claims, who gets involved and what information is truly needed. We won't guarantee that your claims will be approved but we guarantee you are going to learn some really good information about how to get the best possible results from the process. This episodes' Walk the Plank is a full-on rant by our very own Michael G about why Janka is “jank-y”. LinksCustomer Support Page – Where to file a claimJanka Hardness Test Wikipedia pageWhat the Floor is a T&A Supply Company Inc original production. You can find out more about us at tasupply.com or tasflooring.com. This show is produced by Jose Morales with help from Toni Collier and Jessica Riser. Hosted by Holiday Van Erem and Michael Goria.Tell us what you think of the show or send us an idea for an episode topic at wtfpodcast@tasupply.com. Or use #whatthefloorpodcast on social media to let us know what you think. 

Tom Anderson Show
Tom Anderson Show Podcast (9-28-22) Hours 1 & 2

Tom Anderson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 85:04


HOUR 1Tom & Tom talk about checks and credit cards and who uses what in businessesWill Bed Bath & Beyond go out of business like SEARS or grow stronger like BestBuy / (NPR) https://www.npr.org/2022/09/28/1125183855/bed-bath-beyond-troubles-coupon-inflationHurricane Ian grows to a powerful Category 4 storm as it nears Florida's coast / (NYT) https://www.nytimes.com/live/2022/09/28/us/hurricane-ian-florida?Why move to Florida...15 reasons / (Moving.com) https://www.moving.com/tips/why-moving-to-florida-is-a-great-idea/Mark from Florida Who's negative and who isn't in the congressional race in Alaska? Tom compares two radio ads / (APE) https://www.apeonline.org/2022/09/27/whos-negative-and-whos-not/HOUR 2Dalton on the hurricane in Florida and his friend Mark calling and also on Sav-on Flooring / https://www.savonak.com/Joe from South Anchorage just got back from Klutina Centennial Park campground's homeless shelter closes Friday and the homeless don't know where they're supposed to go / (ANS) https://www.alaskasnewssource.com/2022/09/28/bronson-administration-says-centennial-campground-will-close-friday-campers-wonder-where-they-will-go/Tom talks about problems with Anchorage and national city politics and where it's the worst / https://wirepoints.org/chicago-2022-homicide-rate-5-times-higher-than-new-york-citys-2-5-times-higher-than-los-angeles-wirepoints/Micky in Mat-Su on inner cities issues and the problems

Reliability Matters
Episode 104: A Conversation about ESD Flooring with Thomas Ricciardelli

Reliability Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 57:12


Modern electronics assembly has seen so many changes over the years. In today's era of IOT, the electrification of vehicles, the explosion in the use of bottom terminated components, the increasing implementation of electronics into harsh environments have all contributed to the increasing complexity and difficulty of building electronics. While so much has changed, there are some things that have remained the same.  One such thing is the need for ESD control. There always was and continues to be the challenge of protecting components from the dangers of static electricity. My guest today is Thomas Ricciardelli, Founder and CEO of SelecTech, a manufacturer of ESD flooring for the electronics assembly industry. Tom is also the Chairman of the Flooring Committee of the EOS/ESD Association. Tom earned a Masters in Chemical Engineering from MIT and an MBA from the MIT Slone School of Management and today, he's my guest on the podcast.Contact Info:Thomas RicciardelliFounder and CEO SelecTechtricca@selectech.com https://selectech.com/

PCB Chat
RM 104: Thomas Ricciardelli on ESD Flooring

PCB Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 57:06


Modern electronics assembly has seen so many changes over the years. In today's era of IoT, the electrification of vehicles, the explosion in the use of bottom terminated components, the increasing implementation of electronics into harsh environments have all contributed to the increasing complexity and difficulty of building electronics. While so much has changed, there are some things that have remained the same.   One such thing is the need for ESD control. There always was and continues to be the challenge of protecting components from the dangers of static electricity. My guest today is Thomas Ricciardelli, founder and CEO of SelecTech, a manufacturer of ESD flooring for the electronics assembly industry. Tom is also the chairman of the Flooring Committee of the EOS/ESD Association. Tom earned a master's in chemical engineering from MIT and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast
Ian Newton Discusses Flooring 101's Growth and His Future Role as President of the NFA

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 8:38


Ian Newton Discusses Flooring 101's Growth and His Future Role as President of the NFA by Floor Focus Magazine

Cleve Gaddis Real Estate Radio Show
Brookhaven May Require Builders to Include Variation on Home Sizes, & What Flooring Is In?

Cleve Gaddis Real Estate Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 12:00


In this segment, I found an article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle headlined, 'Amid high home prices, Brookhaven may require builders to include variation on home sizes', and I received a question from a listener asking, "We have decided to update the main floors in our home but with all the options and the cost, we are totally lost. Carpet is NOT an option and we love the look of hardwood. HELP!"

Awesome News Daily
Want to redo that flooring?

Awesome News Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 2:09


Awesome News Daily. Every day, two minutes of good news to help you through your day.Join us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/awesomenewsdailyor email me at awesomenewsdaily@gmail.com

Business RadioX ® Network
Simon Says Let's Talk Business 2.0: Katrina Lucisano of Silverton Mortgage & Skip Mangum of Flack's Flooring join Host Gary Zermuehlen of Sandler Training, Simon INC

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022


  Katrina Lucisano of Silverton Mortgage Expert Mortgage Loan Originator, Katrina is enthusiastic about serving her clients and community. Buying a home can be overwhelming. There are so many financing options, offered by so many different banks, lenders, and brokers. Don't stress yourself out trying to find the perfect product and perfect rate on your […]

Floor Academy
Managing Employee Safety - Troy Pefly

Floor Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 70:53


Of course you teach your crews not to stick their hands in the saw. They know long hair can get caught in a drill. Safety is often taught but not often focused on routinely. Troy Pefley owns Royal Carpet One in Fernley, Nevada but has been doing carpet since 7 years old with his grandpa. He has taken a different approach to the standard retail shop and uses an employee model instead of a subcontracting one. Troy and I discuss how he manages the employees, insures safety is a priority, and makes sure they keep it top of mind so everyone can continue to be as successful as possible.Need new headphones for working and listening to Floor Academy? Check out ISOTunes using the link below. Amazing Bluetooth headphones that are OSHA certified. http://bit.ly/2P5A9pRCheck out our sponsorsThe International Surfaces EventJohns ManvilleLaticreteCheck out our website and storeSupport the show

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast
Santo Torcivia Discusses Recent Import Flooring Statistics and Economic Outlook

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 7:09


Santo Torcivia Discusses Recent Import Flooring Statistics and Economic Outlook by Floor Focus Magazine

NWFA Wood Talk
A Conversation with Tim Nassis of Woodchuck Flooring

NWFA Wood Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 25:39


Brett Miller and Tim Nassis of Woodchuck Flooring in Toronto, Canada discuss his company's business model and more.  This podcast is sponsored  by Woodchuck Flooring.

Floor Academy
Building Value Through Products - Brett Spencer

Floor Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 79:22


The message of having contractors raising their price is an important one. However, just raising your price is not the only solution and will only take you so far. There has to be value in what you are selling.Brett Spencer is the Vice President of Sales for Laticrete North America. Starting as a regional sales rep he was worked his up the ladder to his current position. Brett knows all about value creation and how to not only help contractors use it but also how it helps his team get their products into supply houses. LIsten in to learn how you can create more value for your clients but understanding their needs and delivering more than an installation.Need new headphones for working and listening to Floor Academy? Check out ISOTunes using the link below. Amazing Bluetooth headphones that are OSHA certified. http://bit.ly/2P5A9pRCheck out our sponsorsThe International Surfaces EventJohns ManvilleLaticreteCheck out our website and storeSupport the show

Keep It Clean! - A Pro Cleaning Industry Podcast

Reg Rogers shares with Keep It Clean! his transition from rock and roll drummer to carpet cleaner. No, we are not kidding. It really happened just the way Reg tells it! The music industry is just that, an industry.  Just like any other industry, some talented folks struggle to monetize their dreams and search for new opportunities.Reg tells a motivating story of his startup in the professional cleaning industry, cutting his teeth on empty, nasty apartments like most of us in the industry. Being someone what is quick on the uptake, Reg transitioned into management in a short time and learned how to handle a multi truck operation. Sensing his talents could find more out of life, he found a niche in the high end residential market and used his skills to leap to a franchise company directing the operations of the franchisees. Flooring sales followed to help round out the skills package and learn how to direct sales of products instead of services.Economic downturn hit everyone in the late 2000's and Reg found himself searching for a new gig, but carpet cleaning called him back with the founding of Carpet Cleaner America. An Austrian carpet cleaning machine manufacturer needed talented people to help establish a beach head in the US and Reg found himself back in carpet care using dry compound and encapsulation for a new look at an old problem, dirty carpets. Hear the story as it unfolds in episode 20 of Keep It Clean!

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life
Flooring engineers builds tool for himself, breaks $11k MRR as 1 person team

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 17:07


ERP Software for Flooring Companies.

Floor Academy
Integrating With Your Community - Caleb Blair

Floor Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 51:38


Why do small retailers and contractors let the big guys "brainwash" the public into loving them? Lots of box stores offer some type of training to the public to help them facilitate their project and most contractors would say the training is garbage. Yet, the people with the proper skills are not doing anything about it. What can you do to better integrate with your community?Caleb Blair is a former airborne infantry member and remodel contractor before settling into his current role of Founder and CEO at Monkeywrench Marketing. His years as a contractor led him to discover how much he loved marketing and it helped him build a successful company. He is now using the skills he learned to help others stand out in their community, so that they can be the contractor that is always top of mind.Need new headphones for working and listening to Floor Academy? Check out ISOTunes using the link below. Amazing Bluetooth headphones that are OSHA certified. http://bit.ly/2P5A9pRCheck out our sponsorsThe International Surfaces EventJohns ManvilleLaticreteCheck out our website and storeSupport the show

What the Floor Podcast
Laminate Flooring - Don't call it a come back

What the Floor Podcast

Play Episode Play 46 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 47:48


On this episode of What the Floor we expose laminate flooring for what it really is… AWESOME! We take a deep dive into what laminate flooring is and isn't, it's origin story, how it's evolved over the years and why you should take the category seriously again.This episodes' Walk the Plank is a battle royale – Gluedown vs Loose Lay. Michael and Holiday debate which is better and Producer Jose picks a winner. LinksLaminate flooring options from T&A SupplyWhat the Floor is a T&A Supply Company Inc original production. You can find out more about us at tasupply.com or tasflooring.com. This show is produced by Jose Morales with help from Toni Collier and Jessica Riser. Hosted by Holiday Van Erem and Michael Goria.Tell us what you think of the show or send us an idea for an episode topic at wtfpodcast@tasupply.com. Or use #whatthefloorpodcast on social media to let us know what you think.

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast
Nick Bock Discusses 31st Street Capital's Acquisition of Premier Flooring

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 7:05


Nick Bock Discusses 31st Street Capital's Acquisition of Premier Flooring by Floor Focus Magazine

Floor Academy
Google Ads and Landing Pages - Matt Thibeau

Floor Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 64:59


Matt Thibeau runs Savant Marketing Agency in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Specializing in remodeling contractors whether in Canada or the U.S., he has mastered the systems to make sure he is providing the value needed to move his clients ahead of the rest in the digital landscape. Some of his techniques include the classic usage of google ads as well as landing pages. Listen in for an in depth overview  of how these can help move your page higher in the search results as well as help you close leads.Need new headphones for working and listening to Floor Academy? Check out ISOTunes using the link below. Amazing Bluetooth headphones that are OSHA certified. http://bit.ly/2P5A9pRCheck out our sponsorsThe International Surfaces EventJohns ManvilleLaticreteCheck out our website and storeSupport the show

Ace On The House
OTH: BEST OF: I Blame Bob Villa

Ace On The House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 57:06


Ace and Stromer talk with a caller about the polar vortex, and the best way to go about building a woodworking bench. Later, they chat with fans about renovating their flooring, why Adam stopped his envelope house project, and what to do when your sewer lines freeze over. Thanks for supporting our sponsors: Geico.com

Floor Academy
Encouraging A Creative Environment - Jeff Newcomer

Floor Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 66:09


Businesses are born from creativity but can become machines very quickly. William S. Burroughs said, "When you stop growing you start dying". Creativity will  help encourage growth along but many times it is shutdown before it can even be offered. Contractors will stop their employees from voicing ideas for better methods or not let the new guy get two words in. This is harming your company.Jeff Newcomer is the product manager of GoBoard for Johns Manville. He oversees the research and development, designing and marketing of GoBoard and their related products. Making sure his team is free to be creative is a key component to his success. Find out why he needs creativity and how he keeps his team motivated to stay in their creative spaces.Need new headphones for working and listening to Floor Academy? Check out ISOTunes using the link below. Amazing Bluetooth headphones that are OSHA certified. http://bit.ly/2P5A9pRCheck out our sponsorsThe International Surfaces EventJohns ManvilleLaticreteCheck out our website and storeSupport the show

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast
Michel Vermette and Rob Gould Discuss Transition Process for Existing Armstrong Flooring Inventory

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 7:43


Michel Vermette and Rob Gould Discuss Transition Process for Existing Armstrong Flooring Inventory by Floor Focus Magazine

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast
Flooring Retailer Bonnie Fenwick Discusses Benefits of CCA Global's Retail 2.0 Program

Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 7:23


Flooring Retailer Bonnie Fenwick Discusses Benefits of CCA Global's Retail 2.0 Program by Floor Focus Magazine

The Chatty Daddies
I'll Probably Just Say The "S" Word

The Chatty Daddies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 51:32 Very Popular


Nick messed up his floor, Quade started then stopped hitting, and J-Si's kids want to start using bad words. Dad Bop of the Week Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2wCidXgsMUgS5lXQCFSn2V?si=dff36ec5f2ae46bb Leave us a message or text us at 972.454.0581Follow @ChattyDaddies on Instagram and Twitter and hit us up to ask us a question or tell us we're terrible parents. And click subscribe, so you can get a new episode of Chatty Daddies every Dadurday.

Two Old Bucks
Ep 95: Del lays flooring, Nice mailboxes, Del invades Cuba, Dive bars, Tooth story, more

Two Old Bucks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 23:57


Del is coerced into laying [not lying on] a new kitchen floor.Dave searches for a "nice" mailboxDave relates his  cycling adventuresDel proposes we invade Cuba and hopes to raise an army on Twitter. Dave has just left the building.Dave discusses Portland's brew-pubs and dive bars.Dave  cracked a crown and immediately thought of Del, Mr Medical MouthDel readsVonnegut's  Galapagos.  Two more thumbs up.

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast
Keep Your Yard Beautiful While Conserving Water | Decorative Ceilings | Easy and Affordable Terrazzo Flooring | Ep #2230

The Money Pit Home Improvement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 38:41 Very Popular


SHOW NOTES: Conserving Water in Your Yard: Can you have a healthy yard while conserving water? Here's how to keep it growing through dry conditions. Decorative Ceilings: When adding architectural details to a room, don't forget to look up! We've got tips on creating an eye-catching decorative ceiling. Terrazzo Flooring: Love traditional Terrazzo flooring but can't afford the cost? Find out about an affordable alternative that offers the same beautiful look.  Plus, answers to your home improvement questions. Toilet Noises: Why is Kathy's toilet squealing when she runs her washing machine? Tom has ideas about what's causing the noisy plumbing. Concrete Walkway Gaps: Are the spacers in your concrete walkway starting to deteriorate? Here's what Robert found out about filling the gaps. Smoke Smells: Did the former homeowners leave behind the stench of smoke? William learns how to clear the air and get rid of smoke smells. HVAC Odors: When the air conditioning comes on, Jeff's wife detects strange odors in their house. Cleaning ducts and replacing filters may do the trick. Refinishing a Patio: Portions of Grace's beautiful concrete and brick patio are starting to pop up and turn colors. We've got tips on restoring her patio and preserving the pattern. Bathroom Walls: Besides tile, what are some other options for finishing a bathroom wall? Janet may want to consider a bathroom surround. Chimney Repair: After having her chimneys repaired, Lisa is advised to get them resealed, too. But Tom's not so sure it's necessary.   Do you have a home improvement or decor question? Call the show 24/7 at 888-MONEY-PIT (888-666-3974) or post your question here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Floor Academy
I Was A Single Mom and Entreprenuer - Angie Halford Ré

Floor Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 86:57


Angie Halford Ré knows what it takes to make life happen. As a single mom raising five kids life is no joke when you are the sole provider. Add in being a business owner on top of that and many of us couldn't even imagine keeping the wheels on the bus. Many of us have the luxury of a spouse to back us up with our journey through owning a business, listen in to Angie's story to hear how she has built such a successful brand and was her daughter's choice to be a prom date after her plans fell through.Unique MosaicsNeed new headphones for working and listening to Floor Academy? Check out ISOTunes using the link below. Amazing Bluetooth headphones that are OSHA certified. http://bit.ly/2P5A9pRCheck out our sponsorsThe International Surfaces EventJohns ManvilleLaticreteCheck out our website and storeSupport the show