Choosing the right carpet type can be confusing. With so many fiber and pile types, it's difficult to know the differences between them.
Our staff will help you root through the confusion and point you in the right direction. Rest assured that not only will you end up with the right product, but also with the most cost effective choice. Keep in mind that padding is the most important part of the equation, but we make this very simple. We don't throw ten choices of cushion at you. Every one of our carpet installations includes a pad that exceeds all manufacturer's recommendations at no extra charge.
Carpeting your office or retail store? Tired of that fraying berber under your desk at work? Ask us about zipper lock or unitary back commercial level loop to make you look good at work and keep your CFO happy with many budget friendly options.
Fiber technology has come a long way over the last decade. Did you know that many carpets now come with a lifetime stain warranty? Find the latest in fine textiles or the most value driven builder grade. Let us guide you to the most appropriate option given your application.
There's nothing like a beautiful hardwood floor. In addition to being stunning to look at, it is arguably the only floor type to actually add resale value to your home. We carry a variety of species, including but not limited to, oak, maple, american cherry, hickory, birch, amendoim, jatoba, and walnut. Hardwood is available in several plank sizes and finishes.
We deliver our hardwood floors to your home prior to the day of installation to acclimate the product to the temperature and humidity level of the space receiving the floor.
You may have heard recent concerns about some imported products that do not meet CARB (ARB) 2 certification for indoor air quality. We can provide specifications for any hardwood product we sell upon request to assure you that what is going in your home is safe for you and your family.
Tile - Laminate - Vinyl - Composite - LVT/LVP
Synthetic hard surface is nothing new. What is new is how well these floors mimic natural wood, stone, and ceramic. There is a trend in the flooring industry pushing for more and more synthetic or recycled products to help reduce waste and the need for natural resources. Manufacturers are meeting this demand with truly exceptional products.
Our customers are always surprised for us to tell them that the Old English Oak sample they happen to be looking at is actually vinyl. You no longer have to let areas that are prone to wetness or elevated levels of humidity stop you from having the walnut look you've been after with Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP).
If tile is the look you're after but don't like how cold and hard ceramic or stone feels under your bare feet, then Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) is for you. From travertine to slate, there are many styles that will challenge any onlooker to spot the impostor. We use acrylic grout that doesn't require sealing with LVT, but if you prefer an un-grouted look the choice is yours.
LVT and LVP are also great for commercial applications. Our projects with managed healthcare facilities and private schools have proven that these floors can take a beating and even include features like silver and zinc to offer anti-bacterial properties.
Want to relive the classic look of grandma's linoleum, or spruce up your kitchen with a tile look for a fraction of the cost? Then vinyl sheet/roll goods are just for you. These floors are still around and better than ever.