Arkansas is one of the larger states located in the lower half of the continental United States. The majority of Arkansas is known for its humid subtropical climate. Arkansas is home to many state parks, as well as part of the Ozark Mountains, making the weather vary a great deal throughout a lot of the state. Temperatures can range from upper 90s in the summer to below freezing in the winter. However, much of the climate seen throughout Arkansas is fairly mild. Because of the somewhat neutral climate throughout the state, homeowners have a certain amount of flexibility when choosing floors. Drastic temperatures and precipitation are not necessarily a factor in this reason. Because of this, homeowners choose a wide range of flooring from hardwood to vinyl, carpet and natural stone.
While there is a lot of industry in Arkansas, including the WalMart headquarters and Tyson Foods headquarters, much of the state prefers to associate themselves with the universities and art culture throughout the area. The University of Arkansas, located in Fayetteville is home to some of the oldest buildings throughout the state including “Old Main.” Because of this a lot of the architecture is home to natural stone buildings that have been renovated and restored. Other cities, such as Little Rock are also home to major industries but are growing known for museums, art culture and university settings. Because of this, Arkansas is home to some of the oldest buildings in the country as well as more modern architecture.
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