Engineered & Solid Hardwood
When trying to decide which flooring option is right for you and your home, there are many factors to consider. If you've already narrowed down your choices to solid or engineered hardwood, you've already done the hard part. You must understand the difference in solid and engineered hardwood flooring to pick which type will work best for you.
Solid hardwood flooring is 100% hardwood milled from individual boards of lumber. You can install it in most rooms. It can be a bit more expensive than engineered hardwood.
Engineered hardwood flooring gives you the beauty of real wood at a more affordable price. Often these flooring options are more versatile than real hardwood floor due to their cross-ply construction. They can often be installed in areas not suitable for solid hardwood such as a basement or other humidity-prone areas.
All wood flooring is Lacey Act Compliant.
Luxury Vinyl Tile & Luxury Vinyl Plank
Luxury vinyl tile and planks are so versatile you are sure to find a style that will fit your needs. Our vinyl planks can give you the durability of vinyl with the beauty of hardwood. The vinyl tiles come in a wide array of styles that you can mix and match for a truly unique floor. They can capture the look of natural stone or ceramic while maintaining the comfort for everyday living. We have a huge selection of styles and colors to choose from, so stop down and take a look at all the wonderful options. (Vinyl 12 foot goods still available and in stock.)
Porcelain, Marble, Stone, Travertine, Ceramic Tile & Stack Stone
Tile comes in a variety of colors and materials. It is resilient and will last many years if cared for properly. Tile is an excellent choice for those high humidity areas such as bathrooms. If you like the wood look but need something more water-resistant, there are several tile options that will give you the wood look with the more durable surface of tile. You can combine different styles for a truly unique look. From porcelain and marble to ceramic and natural stone, the options are truly endless for tile flooring.
Laminate flooring has come a long way since it originated. Today's laminate comes in a variety of styles and colors. You can choose a wood look or go with more of a tile/stone look. Laminate is durable and easy to install. It comes in a variety of finishes as well as being water resistant, scratch resistant, noise reducing and more. If you want an affordable and elegant flooring option, laminate just might be for you!
One of the newer floor types available today is cork. Cork has excellent thermal and acoustical qualities. It's beautiful, lightweight, warm to the touch, hypoallergenic, fire and insect-resistant. If you haven't taken a look at cork as a flooring option, you really should!