Hardwood flooring is durable and provides a timeless, elegant look. While hardwood flooring is one of the most expensive options to install, many homeowners choose it for its longevity and return on investment.
Laminate flooring delivers the look of real wood, tile, or stone flooring at an affordable price. Laminate also usually requires less maintenance than traditional flooring. Scratch-resistant, waterproof, noise-resistant and heated options are available in a variety of attractive, easy-to-install styles.
Vinyl flooring is extremely durable and cost-effective. It’s made from plastic, usually consisting of acrylic, PVC and similar polymers. It is an economical option for homeowners looking for luxurious style and durability, without paying the highest price point.
Tile flooring is perfect for high-moisture rooms like bathrooms and kitchens. They can last for years with little maintenance required.
Carpet is a great choice for rooms where you want extra warmth and comfort, such as bedrooms and family rooms. Some carpet textures and piles are more durable than others.
We offer a number of other flooring options, like epoxy flooring, cork flooring, rubber flooring, gym flooring, and more. We like to be unique, just like our customers!
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How do I choose the right flooring for the right room?
For a bathroom or kitchen where there will be lots of moisture and potentially water on the floor, something like tile or vinyl flooring is ideal because it is durable and water resistant. Hardwood flooring is always a classic choice for any home, but even then, you’ll need to choose between solid or engineered hardwood. Before choosing, make sure to consider the upkeep and the wear of different types of flooring.
Can you install new flooring over old flooring?
It really depends. Laminate and vinyl flooring can be installed directly over existing flooring, and solid hardwood can be glued directly onto concrete. It’s also important to consider factors like the age and condition of the floors, and whether it will serve as a sturdy base for new flooring.
Is it hard to maintain hardwood flooring?
Believe it or not, it’s NOT difficult to care for at all. As long as you remember to vacuum/sweep and mop, your hardwood floors will last you a long time.