Choosing the right floor can be overwhelming.
We’re here to help you make the right decision.
Some of the factors that should be considered when choosing your floor are how much traffic does your room get? Is the room exposed to moisture? How does the color of the floor look in natural light vs artificial light? What is the condition of the subfloor? The answer to these questions and others will allow us to make recommendations for a floor you will be happy with for many years to come.
We encourage you to browse our distributer’s sites using the links provided and email us some of the products you like. We will happily to bring some samples right to your home or office when we come to give you an estimate.
Laminate flooring is a material made to look like natural products such as wood flooring or natural stone, yet are made up of either synthetic materials or synthetic materials combined with natural and recycled components.
These floors are installed using a ‘tongue & groove’ technique. The planks are created to lock into each without the use of staples, nails or cement compounds. Because no adhesive or nails are used during installation, Laminates are referred to as floating floors. This feature makes laminate floors a good option for people who do not want to damage sub-flooring or hardwood floors underneath.
Laminate floors come in a wide range of selection and different levels of quality. Most high quality Laminate Floors guarantee against staining, wear and fading. Unlike traditional hardwood, laminates are strong and therefore are more resistant to dents, scratches and everyday wear and tear.
Carpets come in a wide variety of textures, colors, patterns and fibers. They can be installed wall to wall, meaning that it is affixed to the floor underneath to cover the entire floor of a room, or they can be cut to a specific size to create an custom sized area rug. Many carpets today are stain resistant making them easy to care for.
When choosing a carpet, you will need to decide on look and feel, density and quality. We carry all types of carpeting, so we are certain to be able to help you find the right carpet for your home or office.
Vinyl & Linoleum
Vinyl floors come in large sheets and individual tiles. They and are installed using an adhesive that is spread onto the sub-flooring and then the vinyl is affixed to it it. These floors are a popular choice for kitchen and bathrooms due to their water resistance and easy maintenance. We offer different levels of durability and a large selection of colors and patterns.
Any type of hardwood flooring is an investment in your home or office. Today, there are several options to consider when choosing the type of hardwood floor you would like to install. More and more hardwood floors today are pre-finished. This means that they arrive at your home already stained and ready for installation. Choosing to install a pre-finished hardwood eliminates the health hazards and inconvenience associated with traditional, unfinished hardwood floors. Hardwood floors are natural, non-allergenic products.