Flooring

Solid Prefinished Hardwood

Simple | Elegant | Finished
Popular for Any Room

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Durable, finish is guarenteed by manufacturer

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Uniform colorations

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Quick & Clean installation

In high traffic areas like kitchens or entryways, a prefinished floor provides more durability. Installation is quick and simple. We don't need to do any sanding or finishing on site. Keep in mind, resanding or refinishing this type of floor may end up damaging the floor, but there should never be a need. Add warmth to your home with these sturdy prefinished floor options.

Solid Unfinished Hardwood

Classic | Customized | Unique
Popular for Any Room

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Wide variety of woods

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Optional Custom elements

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Sealed once finished

Striving to achieve a specific aesthetic? Having unfinished floor installed gives the widest variety of options. Choose between many wood species, stain colors, finish systems, and saw profiles. We can add unique customizations as medallions, inlays, or borders finished into one smooth surface. These floors take more time to install as they need to be sanded, stained, and finished. Then additional time is needed for the floor to cure, so you will need to be careful not to damage the floor over the first while. But your beautiful results will be worth the wait.

Engineered Hardwood

Brilliant | Interlocking | Veneer
Popular for Lower-Traffic Rooms

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More Affordable Than Solid Wood

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Can be refinished 1-2 times in its lifetime

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Durable, Long-lasting floor

This option provides solid hardwood elegance without the extra maintenance. Panels are made with layers of either plywood, high-density fiberboard, or hardwood. These floors are stable and block most moisture problems and humidity changes, but they are not waterproof. Too much water may damage or shift the panels. Engineered hardwood is also more susceptible to scratches and dents than other styles of hardwood. If you have pets, they will look worn faster. But this is a good option for gentle businesses or households.

Laminate

Interlocking pressed wood flooring
Popular for Any Room

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Durable, water & stain resistance

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Easy for do it yourself projects

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Treated to prevent damage

Looking for a hardwood that is more durable and easy to clean? Laminate provides the warmth and appearance of hardwood without the higher costs. Some laminate wood floors can appear artificial, and repairs can be more difficult when doing it yourself. Replacing individual interlocking panels sometimes can have difficulties with color matching properly after time/sun exposure. This is a good option for frugal, clean clients.

Vinyl

Variety of click vinyl flooring
Popular for kitchens & bathrooms

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Easy Install

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Versatile

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Durable, water & stain resistant

Meant for high-traffic areas, these floors reduce noise and are comfortable underfoot. Homeowners with pets and kids will find this floor easy to maintain and will be happy with the wide variety of colors or patterns to choose from to match your home decor. The drawback to vinyl is that heavy loads may warp the floor and sharp objects can damage it more easily than other types of hardwood. Direct sunlight may compromise or fade the color, and vinyl is more affected by extreme temperatures. This type of flooring can be cost-effective for some businesses or home owners.

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