What the Floor Podcast

What the Floor Podcast

What the Floor is a podcast for the flooring industry hosted by Holiday Van Erem and Michael Goria from T&A Supply Company Inc. We will explore the hot topics of the flooring industry, with a little humor and a new set of eyes. This show is produced by Jose Morales with help from Toni Collier and Jessica Riser. Check out a new episode at the end of each month. You can find out more about us at tasupply.com or tasflooring.com.

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November 28, 2022 45 min

On this episode of the What the Floor Podcast, we cover a topic that has been requested multiple times... sound abatement. What is it? What are IIC and STC ratings? Why do they matter, and how do you test for them? We had no idea…

So we spoke to an expert in the field, Daniel Mohler Acoustical Project Lead from Intertek and we learned so much!

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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 situatio...

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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. 

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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. 

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Laminate flooring o...

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On this episode of What the Floor we took a dive into the mysterious world of installation supplies. Michael and Holiday both review their favorite supplies and highlight a couple newer items. We talked about who you can go to for information on installation supplies and the must-have “Quick Guide”. We also gave a branch shout-out and listed the dates for our next Branch BBQ Vendor Fairs. 

Walk the Plank is back on this episode! Mic...

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On this episode of What the Floor we had the opportunity to interview Heather Bauer from the Ronald McDonald House Charity in Seattle. We talk to her about what RMHC is, how it works and how we have partnered with them through our new WPC product called Sparta. 

Our new product highlight segment “Fire in the Hole” focused on introducing our new WPC product called Sparta to the world.

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Ronald McDonald House Charities WW & Ala...

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On this episode of What the Floor we had the opportunity to interview Jason Surratt, President of Tarkett Home. We discuss who Tarkett Home is, why we are doing business with them and all the other tough questions you would have wanted us to ask. 

Our Walk the Plank segment focused on AC ratings and how much we love them!

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Tarkett Home website

Carpet Captain’s explanation of AC Ratings

North American Laminate Flooring Association w...

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This episode of What the Floor focused on PVC Free flooring. What it is and what it isn’t. We talked about why this category is important and how it is going to impact the flooring industry in the future. We also discussed how flooring with PVC impacts our environment and why it’s going to change. We talked specifically about Linoleum flooring from Tarkett, ORCA laminate from KronoFlooring, and Sono Eclipse, Elandura and Moto from ...

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