Each type of flooring material has its own unique benefits and service for your home. To choose the best types of flooring for your home, we first assess the needs of each room. From there, you can select between the wide range of flooring options by matching your style preferences to the size of your budget.
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Vinyl flooring is extremely durable and cost-effective. It’s made from plastic, usually consisting of acrylic, PVC, and similar polymers. It’s an economical option for homeowners looking for luxurious style and durability, without the high price point. Vinyl flooring is available in planks, sheets, or tiles. Since it is waterproof, scratch- and stain-resistant, and commercial grade in durability, vinyl flooring is both functional and stylish.
Laminate flooring delivers the look of real wood, tile, or stone flooring at an affordable price. However, laminate usually requires less maintenance than these traditional types of flooring. Scratch-resistant, water-resistant, and noise resistant are available in a variety of customized styles. For these reasons, laminate flooring has become a popular choice in many homes.
If your current flooring needs to be removed we can do that, no problem! We also often install new flooring on top of the existing flooring. Each project is different, and we will provide you with our expert opinion on the best way to install your new flooring. If the old flooring is removed, we may need to repair the subfloor if there is any damage.
We appreciate it if you clear the work area of furniture and other bulky items that may hinder our crew’s performance or pose potential safety risks or damage to your items.
This type of flooring comes in 12 ft wide sections cut to the length you require. For example, an 8×10 room would require a 12×11 piece of sheet vinyl. Typically, we add 1ft to allow for cuts.
If a room is large enough it might require more than one roll of sheet vinyl. In this case, a seam would be set somewhere in the room where there is little to no traffic and installed in a way to make it harder to notice.
– Some manufacturers require specific installation methods