Hardwood flooring adds beauty to living areas. It is versatile and comes in an array of shades from the lightest pines to the deepest cherries. Because hardwood is a natural product, it is more sensitive to water than other flooring substrates. While it is perfect for living rooms, bedrooms, and hallways, it is better to avoid hardwood in moist areas like bathrooms.
Tile Flooring is both beautiful and versatile. Tile comes in every color and almost any texture. Once you have chosen tile as your flooring, the options are endless. There are several things to consider when using tile depending on the room, the amount of foot traffic, and the coloring and lighting of the rest of the room, that our experienced designers can assist you with.
Carpeting is a beautiful, economical option for many homes. Carpet is comfortable, easy to install and easily replaced. It’s a great option for homes with kids, as carpeting is easy on small knees and makes for more forgiving falls than hardwood or tile. Carpet can soften a room, from both a visual and noise perspective; carpeting adds a sense of warmth and absorbs sound better than harder flooring options. You can install carpet over many kinds of surfaces and it can often help hide irregularities in your subflooring.
Laminate flooring is a popular choice in the consumer market, and comes in a wide range of finishes from wood to natural so you can craft the look and feel of your room. This product is great for entry ways, hallways, and living rooms. Contrary to popular belief, laminate flooring is not made out of plastic. In the early years laminate looked as if it were made of plastic, due to appearance and design being sacrificed for affordability. Now, due to innovative manufacturing, laminate looks as if it is solid hardwood or stone, but is much more affordable.
Natural stone tile comes in a variety of options. Natural stone tiles are, essentially, one of the more popular tiling applications. Loved for their unique aesthetic and natural appearance. Depending on the desired color and texture, there will be a perfect natural stone tile option for you, including: Travertine, Slate, Marble, Quartz, and Granite.
Vinyl is another great and inexpensive type of flooring. Instead of being installed in individual tiles, vinyl is most often placed in one large sheet (hence the name). Because it is nonporous and can be sterilized, it is often used in areas where the floor might get wet often, like bathrooms and laundry rooms. Vinyl can come in many patterns, most common being a faux tile look.