Flooring and Floor Covering

Services for the flooring installation, repair, improvement, flooring decor, or removal of materials that are common in the flooring industry. This includes, wood and wood composite flooring, tack strips or other products used to secure carpet, vinyl and linoleum, ceramic, marble, stone, and all other types of tile, and includes the installation or replacement of sub-flooring, leveling products, or other materials necessary to facilitate the installation of the flooring  or floor covering. Contact us to get an appointment book.

Vinyl : The most popular type of resilient flooring, vinyl is durable, low maintenance, and easy on the budget. Vinyl floor has more depth and texture today than it did a generation ago, so it can look like hardwood, tile, and stone, and it comes in a variety of colors. Vinyl is soft underfoot, so it’s comfortable to stand on for long periods. It’s also warmer to the touch than hard surfaces like tile. Vinyl comes in various levels of gloss so you can get a range of looks.Vinyl Flooring

Hardwood :Hardwood just the word evokes images of charm, richness, and classic looks. Wood floors last a lifetime and gain “character” with age.

Hardwood

Laminate : Laminate is the chameleon of the floor world. It can emulate hardwood, tile or stone, and it gives you those looks at a lower price. This durable, affordable floor surface resists stains, fading and moisture, and installation is a snap. It won’t develop character the way wood does and it can have a hollow sound when walked on, but its sturdiness makes it a favorite for many homeowners, especially those with kids and pets.

Laminate Floor

 

 Tile :

Ceramic Tile. Crafted from a mix of clay. Because the material is porous, it is finished with a protective glaze. Ceramictile is slightly more prone to wear, cracking, and chipping than porcelain tile.

Porcelain Tile. Made by firing finely ground clays and minerals at extremely high temperatures, is harder and denser than ceramic. Porcelain is better at resisting water and stains and is often used outdoors as it won’t crack in cold temperatures. However, it is harder to install than ceramic tile.
Natural Stone Tile. Usually made from travertine, limestone, marble, granite, or slate. Stone is the most durable, improves with ages and lasts a lifetime. However, it is the most expensive option.Tile Flooring