Nothing compares to the soft, luxurious feeling of carpet under your feet. Carpeting provides a safe, comfortable spot for kids to play and may even reduce the risk of injury during a fall. Sure, carpet requires a bit of extra maintenance compared to vinyl or tile, but there’s simply no substitute in terms of sound absorption, warmth, and overall comfort. With so many different colors, materials and designs available, it can be difficult to choose the best carpet for your home. Our team of design professionals are available to guide you through your new flooring purchase.
Whether it’s a residential interior, or a commercial installation, hard wood floors add an air of class, as well as structural strength. Hardwood floors are said to lend a sense of permanence to an interior and remain to be the most popular flooring choice for those who value tradition the most. With hardwood floors, if you are tired of the color, you can sand and refinish them several times. Another big advantage is that if you decide to sell your home, hardwood floors will increase the value of your home and help the home to sell faster. It is very versatile and can be used with any type of décor or style.
Ceramic and natural tile flooring is a versatile architectural resource that can be employed in a variety of environments without having to worry about the constraints of water, stains, and design. There are a number of artisan tile designs available, and our customers can choose from a wide range of colors, patterns, and designs exclusive to only a few select Colorado stores. Especially creative homeowners may mix and match tiles to come up with own unique design. This makes it possible to integrate a tile floor into the general decor of the room much easier than other floor covering options.
We love the historic appeal of floors covered with wood, stone, or ceramic. But let’s face it: These materials can be high in cost, low in comfort, and often require more care than we have time or energy for. That’s why the smart money is often on vinyl. This durable flooring shrugs off street grit, pointy heels, and sloppy spills while providing a slip-resistant and often cushiony footing that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. No wonder you find vinyl in almost every American home—usually in kitchens, baths, and entryways.
This category of resilient flooring encompasses an array of products, including sheets, tiles, and planks made of flexible PVC; rigid tiles that combine vinyl and ground limestone; and soft, ruglike sheets that are woven from vinyl-coated fiberglass strands.
Laminate flooring benefits your wallet more than any other flooring option on the market. It is less than half the price of hardwood and often cheaper than carpet. It will also save you money in the long run because you won’t need to replace it for years. Unlike hardwood or carpet, laminate flooring does not fade in the sunlight and is resistant to stains, impacts and scratches. This is due to the incredibly durable laminate flooring manufacturers use for the top surface of laminate floors. When you combine this with the tough core-board beneath which can withstand up to 1,200 pounds of pressure per square inch, you will start to see how truly versatile this product is.