Flooring

We are excited to launch our new Flooring division!

We specialize in Laminate, LVT, LVP, Engineered Hardwoods, & The refinishing/installation of Solid Hardwood floors. We are always excited to bring new products to our customers and with our new team of experienced installers & reputable distributors, we are able to bring the savings directly to you! Please use our digital showroom in each category to view samples and styles that we offer! Our Sales consultants will also have physical samples for home consultations!

Laminated Wood

Laminated Wood floors combine the beauty of a wood floor with the easy maintenance of vinyl. Laminate floors stand up to furniture dents, high-traffic scuffs, and will remain beautiful with years of normal wear with the proper care. Laminate consists of a tongue and groove interlocking flooring system that floats on top of the existing subfloor. In the past, laminate floors have been easy to spot, but today’s technology allows manufacturers to create realistic visuals and textures. See our styles and colors below:

THE BENEFITS OF LAMINATED WOOD:

  • Exceptional durability
  • Easy to clean
  • Superior stain resistance
  • Superior fade resistance
  • Installed on all grade levels
  • Installed over many different types of subfloors
  • Great impact and indentation resistance
  • Exceptional realism at affordable costs

Luxury Vinyl

Luxury vinyl is a durable, water-resistant flooring option with the beautiful look of hardwood, tile or stone. Also referred to as LVT (luxury vinyl tile) or LVP (luxury vinyl plank), vinyl flooring is made up of multiple layers that aid in its design, durability and ease of maintenance. And unlike some natural materials, vinyl is soft underfoot and warm to the touch. Luxury vinyl is available in numerous patterns, colors and gloss levels, which means there’s a style perfect for any room. And because of its surface layer, water and spills won’t affect this flooring making it the ideal solution for spaces such as basements, kitchens and bathrooms and one of the most popular flooring options available.

Luxury Vinyl Plank

From color to species, LVP looks just like wood flooring. Many LVP products feature the look of scraping or embossing, which adds to the realism. But because the planks are made of vinyl, they’re easier to maintain—and a better option than wood in rooms with moisture, like kitchens and bathrooms.

Luxury Vinyl Tile

LVT looks like stone or ceramic tile, complete with the vibrant natural colors and detailed surface textures that feel like the real thing. LVT can often be installed with grout for an even more authentic look. This can be a great flooring option if you love the look of natural tile but are concerned about damage due to dropped dishes or other objects.

Hardwoods ( Engineered & Solid)

Making a decision between what type of hardwood flooring can be a very difficult one. You will want the wood to be both suitable for the location as well as complement the style and decoration of your home. Both solid wood floors and engineered wood floors display gorgeous striations and natural variation. However, their respective structural differences make for specific home applications. The two biggest factors to help determine which type of hardwood planks will work best are location within your home and the type of subfloor.

Below, you will find a comparison between solid and engineered hardwood flooring to help make a decision about which to put in your home. If you’ve got any reservations about making this decision, let one of our experts come in and give you a free consultation to help you determine what type of floor will be best for your home and your unique application.

SOLID HARDWOOD FLOORS
  • are one solid piece of wood and are generally 3/4″ thick
  • are produced from the finest domestic and exotic hardwood floors and are available in several widths
  • can generally be recoated and refinished several times
  • are more susceptible to humidity and temperature changes
  • should only be installed above grade over approved wooden subfloors and must be nailed or stapled down
ENGINEERED HARDWOOD FLOORS
  • have cross-ply construction which reduces the expansion/ contraction of planks caused by variations in humidity
  • are produced from the finest domestic and exotic hardwood floors and are available in several widths
  • are available in plank and long strip format, in a wide variety of widths, thicknesses and colors in both North American and Exotic hardwoods
  • can be installed on any level in the home

PREFINISHED VS. UNFINISHED

ADVANTAGES OF PREFINISHED FLOORS
  • Less time to install: flooring arrives already sanded and finished
  • No drying or curing time required – floors are ready to walk on immediately after installation
  • No strong odors or dust from sanding during installation
  • No need to relocate family during finishing
  • Prefinished floors come with a manufacturer’s warranty against board defects
  • Can be sanded and refinished multiple times
ADVANTAGES OF UNFINISHED FLOORS
  • Easier to match existing hardwood flooring or other interior decor
  • Custom color staining
  • Easier for installer to do customized elements, like inlays
  • Some plank widths and exotic wood species are available only asunfinished hardwood flooring
  • Can be sanded and refinished multiple times
  • Less expensive than prefinished boards, but there are additional expenses associated with finishing on site