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Ho Ho Hoods - the DIY Guy

YUP, it's that time of year again! The time when family gatherings and holiday events keep the traffic flowing in and out of our houses—our floors take a beating. The snow, rain, and even grandmas eggnog can get all kinds of moisture trapped in your floors, and if you have standard laminate or wood flooring down—wet anything can permanently stain or ruin your floor. It's Waterproof Drop-Lock Flooring to the rescue—the ultimate DIY project for your home, guaranteed to increase your home's value.


The DIY Guy, Jason Buchanan, manager of the local Farmington Hoods. He's like Santa—kinda knows all... (about flooring).

That's right, 100% waterproof rigid core Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring, just drop and lock. No nails, glues, toxic adhesives, special tools, or training are needed. Hassle-free and perfect for DIY installation at a fraction of the cost. I'm pretty sure with a little bit of gumption, you can do this, and many brands at Hood's are guaranteed for life. It's the perfect way to get ready for late-night Christmas visitors!


Your spills just patiently wait until you have time to clean them up—Santa doesn't do spills.

Okay, it's time to get with the DIY guy, Jason Buchanan, over at Hoods Discount Store to get the scoop on waterproof flooring before Santa comes stomping around with snow, chimney soot, and reindeer droppings on his boots. Last year was a nightmare.


...the DIY guy, Jason, at Hoods Discount Store to get the scoop on waterproof flooring before Santa comes trashing things up!
The quality and finish of the Waterproof Drop-Lock will bring a tear to Santa's eye. A little spilled milk and some cookie crumbs are no problem.
Waterproof Drop-Lock Flooring snaps and locks together with ease—it's a no-brainer for any Elf.
Miles Barnes, Flooring Manager, gives a DIY lesson on drop-lock installation.
Installing Drop-Lock Flooring requires only a few simple tools.

At Hood's, they carry more than 250 colors and types of lock flooring. They buy big, and they do not spend tons on showroom creature comforts—that translates into huge savings and higher quality products for under the tree—you want that.


They buy big, and they do not spend tons on showroom creature comforts—that translates into big savings...

At Hood's, not only do they have discounted prices on all of their quality stocked materials they also have extremely knowledgeable staff always willing to help you figure out your DIY project—the best way to save and build equity into your home. The money you save and the quality you get make a drive to Hoods worth it, even coming from Perryville or Cape Girardeau.


Now, Get Out There before they get you!


-Das Editor


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