On Thursday, Ars Technic published a story based on the results of an analysis of over 3,600 pricing comparisons between flooring and home amenities that were performed by independent experts.
It was a rather thorough exercise, with many products that are now available to consumers costing far less than their pricier alternatives, and some that were selling for a fraction of what their cheaper cousins were.
For example, the high-end flooring by Brooks and Dunn is rated at $19,900 on Amazon, which is cheaper than some similarly priced homes, including a similarly priced $20,000 home by Lowe’s.
The same article also lists a home by a firm called Elta as having the best price of flooring at $20.3 million.
However, while Eltas is listed as having a home-improvement program in place, the company has not publicly released the program.
The company also does not publicly report how much of its product is actually used for its own home improvement.
The company’s website lists the flooring it offers for sale, which are listed as “a mix of hardwood and other durable materials, but not including a variety of finishes.”
It also lists the price of the floor as $19.8 million.
In the article, the firm lists three flooring options, which it says are “sold in the home improvement industry at lower prices than comparable home improvement products sold at retail.”
The first two are listed for $14,900 and $12,000, respectively.
A third option is listed for the same price at $16,800.
The flooring that was listed as being the most expensive was listed for a much lower price at just $15,000.
The article also noted that Eltanas is the only company in the United States to offer two floors in one unit.
This includes the Eltashop and Eltamare floors, which have both been around for a while, and are currently available for just under $12 million on Amazon.
Brooks and Dunn said that it has been unable to provide any information about how much the home-care product is used for, including how many people actually use the floor and how many are just buying the product to put in their homes.
It’s also unclear whether or not the product is being used for the home’s maintenance or to be sold as an add-on to other flooring or home accessories, the outlet noted.
A spokesman for Brooks and Dun said the company is currently working with the local home improvement supply chain to ensure that the company can provide a meaningful price comparison.