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Better Homes & Gardens has two short articles that briefly cover stone flooring. We also found good general information about stone flooring from syndicated home-improvement columnist Tim Carter and retailer WolfeFlooring.com.
A Guide to Flooring, Editors of Better Homes and Gardens
This report discusses a number of flooring options, including stone. It includes a list of features to consider and a set of cost guidelines.
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Flooring Ideas for Problem Spots, Editors of Better Homes and Gardens
This short article offers suggestions for areas that see a lot of use in your home. It suggests concrete as a cheaper alternative to stone.
Flooring, Tim Carter
Nationally syndicated newspaper columnist Tim Carter answers readers' questions about different types of flooring, including stone flooring.
Common Flooring Types, Editors of Essential Industries, Inc.
Essential Industries produces polymers and resins for floor finishes, so it's not an unbiased source of information. But it also offers a decent overview of various tile and stone flooring types.
Flooring Type Comparison, Editors of WolfeFlooring.com
Wolfe Flooring sells various types of flooring, and thus is not unbiased. But this site has a lot of useful information about flooring choices, including a chart comparing tile and marble to other types of flooring.
Flooring, Editors of SeeMyDesign.com
SeeMyDesign.com seems to exist in part to direct readers to flooring manufacturers and resellers, but it also presents useful information about stone flooring.
Flooring, Editors of FlooringGuide.com
FlooringGuide.com has several useful articles about selecting and purchasing stone flooring, as well as articles on stone flooring maintenance.