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Flooring FAQs

When choosing flooring, it’s important to consider factors such as:

  • Color
  • Durability
  • Budget
  • Maintenance¬†
  • Style preferences¬†
  • Use of the space (high/low traffic)

1. Hardwood Flooring: Timeless and elegant, hardwood floors add warmth and character to any home. They come in various wood species, finishes, and plank sizes, offering versatility in design. Hardwood is durable and can be refinished multiple times, making it a long-term investment.

2. Laminate Flooring: Affordable and low-maintenance, laminate flooring mimics the look of hardwood, tile, or stone at a fraction of the cost. It’s easy to install and resistant to scratches, stains, and fading, making it ideal for high-traffic areas.

3. Vinyl Flooring: Available in sheet, tile, or plank forms, vinyl flooring is versatile and highly durable. It comes in a wide range of styles, including wood and tile looks, and is waterproof, making it suitable for kitchens, bathrooms, and basements.

  • Maple: Known for its light color and fine grain, maple is a hard and durable wood. It’s often chosen for its clean and modern look.

  • Cherry: Cherry wood offers a warm, reddish-brown hue that darkens over time. It has a smooth grain and is prized for its elegance.

  • Oak: Known for its strength and natural beauty, oak flooring adds warmth and character to any space. With its versatile grain patterns and rich hues ranging from light to dark, oak flooring complements a variety of interior styles.

  • Walnut: Walnut flooring is known for its rich, dark color and distinctive grain. It adds a touch of luxury and warmth to a space.

  • Hickory: Hickory is a very hard and durable wood with a varied grain pattern. It’s a good choice for high-traffic areas due to its resilience.

  • Ash: Ash wood is pale in color with a straight grain. It’s hard and durable, making it suitable for high-traffic areas.

  • Pine: Pine is a softwood with a light color and prominent grain. While not as hard as some hardwoods, it adds a rustic charm to a home.

We serve as your knowledgeable advisor and skilled partner throughout the process of selecting, installing, and maintaining new flooring, helping you make well-informed decisions and achieve you desired outcomes.

We work within your budget, offering cost-effective options that meet quality and aesthetic standards. We will provide pricing estimates for materials, labor, and any additional services required for installation.

We offer free estimates, color sampling, and a $100 referral bonus.

Contact us anytime to schedule a free estimate