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Flooring you won't get board with

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Laminate Flooring

The best that wood can offer

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Ceramic Tile

Ceramic Tile

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Luxury Vinyl Tile

It's so close to the real thing, even our installers take a double look.

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Luxury Vinyl Plank

You need to have a floor that’s leak-proof, easy-to-clean and aesthetically appealing. Luxury Vinyl Planks covers it all!

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Vinyl Flooring

For the active household

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Frequently asked questions

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I’m concerned that vinyl flooring is not tough enough?

Vinyl is certainly not as resistant to tears and scratches as ceramic tile is, but most vinyl does have an inner layer built into it now which tends to resist tears quite well. I wouldn’t hesitate to consider it in a high traffic residential area.

Can I have ceramic tile installed directly over my vinyl floor?

We generally recommend that the underlayment be removed because the subfloor may not be adequate to support tile. However, if your existing vinyl floor was installed over an adequate subfloor using a full spread installation method then yes, it can be done if you use the proper installation products.

I’ve been told that tile is slippery when it gets wet. Is this true?

There are many types of tiles to choose from that provide a high slip coefficient. Keep in mind, the higher the slip coefficient, the more difficult the tile is to clean. Most tiles today offer a nice balance between ease of maintenance and safety.

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Flooring Transitions and Thresholds, Explained

I haven't ever set foot in a home with only one type of flooring throughout. Have you? More than one type of flooring in a house is common, though bridging the gap between them isn't something we often think about. That is until you complete a home renovation. Transitions between floors are essential for safety, functionality, and appearance. Here's how these commonly overlooked elements work. ˜

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Should I Put Carpet or Hardwood in My Bedroom?

Your bedroom is your sanctuary. The place is your home where you can relax and recharge. A bedroom also tends to reflect the homeowner's personality and design preference. The type of flooring you choose for your bedroom can significantly impact its aesthetic. Additionally, your flooring choice can have advantages and disadvantages regarding functionality, such as durability and ease of care. 

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