Our Floors Will Never Let You Down

Flooring not only brings value to your home or business, but it changes the entire design aesthetic of a room. When choosing your flooring design you want to keep the material consistent. On top of that you want to consider the type of foot traffic the rooms will have because it will help you determine which material is best for your home and/or business.

Questions To Keep In Mind

  1. Where will your floors be installed?
  2. Do you need a pet-friendly floor?
  3. Do you need low maintenance flooring?
  4. Does your family or clients have allergies?
  5. What aesthetic do you like?

Our Storm Damage Process

Types Of Flooring

  • Laminate: Resists warping, scuff and scratch resistant, and can mimic any other type of flooring.
  • Hardwood: Long-lasting, can be refinished multiple times, susceptible to moisture, and requires constant maintenance.
  • Vinyl: Water-resistant, inexpensive, can mimic real wood and tile, has a synthetic look, and not ecofriendly.
  • Bamboo: Hard flooring, durable, renewable resource, and green credibility.
  • Ceramic Tile: Comes in a variety of colors and stylers, glazed ceramic tile is durable, impervious to moisture, resists stains and scratches, and grout lines require constant maintenance.
    • Glazed Ceramic: Glass like coating that can give the tile any color or texture and is practically maintenance-free.
    • Porcelain: Extra-hard and durable, comes in glazed/unglazed options, and stain resistant.
    • Quarry Tile: Slightly rough texture, slip-resistant, and not available in a wide range of colors.
    • Terracotta: Comes only in earth tones, less durable, needs regular sealing to prevent stains.
  • Cork: Harvested from trees, it’s ecofriendly, comes as tiles or planks, sharp objects my tear or dent it, needs to be refinished with sealers on a regular basis, and it’s susceptible to moisture.
  • Linoleum: Made with biodegradable materials, ecofriendly, resists stains and wear, can be dented by objects, can turn yellowish if repeatedly exposed to sunlight, and is susceptible to moisture.
  • Rubber: Comes in variety of styles and colors, blocks sound, and is moisture-proof.
  • Concrete: Durable and lasts a lifetime.
    • Overlay: Thin layer of concrete to put on top of an existing slab.
    • Polish: Polished with abrasive pads to make the concrete shine like a gloss.
    • Acid-Stained: Made to look like marble or resin.
    • Dyed: Makes concrete one solid color.
    • Texturized: Can be brushed, stamped, or embedded with materials like glass to look textured.
    • Mural: Option to use several painting techniques.
  • Engineered Wood: Stabile, top veneer is real wood, can be installed in basements, some varieties include parquet flooring tiles, my scratch and dent, and can’t
  • Stone: Great for both indoor and outdoor spaces, durable, and waterproof.
    • Granite
    • Marble
    • Travertine
    • Sandstone
    • Soapstone
    • Slate
    • Limestone
  • Terrazzo: Made of natural stone chips and resin, durable, water resistant, stain resistant, and can be repolished.
  • Carpet: Check out our Carpet page and see what option would be best for you.

Our Process

Your flooring lasts you years, let us help you chose the design and style for your home or business. 

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