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Our Flooring Products

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The following are the top benefits of choosing vinyl flooring for your home.

  • It's Budget-Friendly. 

  • A Vast Array of Finishes. 

  • More Durable and Resilient Than Ever. 

  • Easy to Maintain. 

  • Installation Has Advanced and Simplified. 

  • Water-Resistant and Insulating.

Even though it's not real hardwood, home and business will still appreciate the aesthetics and feel of these durable vinyl floors. This is what home and business owners really care about at the end of the day. So yes, installing new vinyl flooring in your home or business will raise your property value!

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Flooring FAQs

Do you install stairs or flooring first? Flooring should be decided upon before you finalize your stair design. Your flooring is typically not installed until after your mill-made stair is in. By planning ahead, you can allow for your flooring (thickness) when calculating the stair, and it will make installation cleaner and simplier.

Should stairs and floor match? It is not so much important for your staircase and flooring to match as they should coordinate. Coordinating the two has many options. Using like materials and finishes will give you a seamlessly blended design, but there are also other ways to get a cohesive and aesthetically pleasing look.

Which floor is easiest to maintain? Vinyl flooring is probably the easiest to clean out of all the options listed here and also one of the easiest to maintain. Also known as Cushion Floor, vinyl flooring is available at a good price and can take plenty of wear over the years, which is why many will come with a 15 year warrantee.

What are the points to consider when choosing flooring? Following are the factors to be considered while selecting material for flooring : * Durability. * Appearance. * Initial Cost. * Hardness. * Smoothness. * Damp resistance. * Cleanliness. * Slipperiness.

What is the safest flooring for seniors? Rubber Flooring Is Number One. Rubber flooring is a wonderful option for seniors because it is slip-resistant even when it is wet, making it the safest choice. Another great benefit is its absorbency. If someone were to fall on rubber flooring, it would most likely be less painful than hard surfaces

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