Luxury Vinyl

Luxury Vinyl flooring is a high end vinyl product that resembles wood, stone or ceramic, complete with gorgeous natural colors and surface texture that feels like the real thing.  It is highly durable and comes in two forms: tile (LVT) and plank (LVP).


Tile comes in many forms including: glass, metal, stone, ceramic, and porcelain.  It is becoming increasingly popular to use in rooms besides bathrooms and kitchens because of its innovative design possibilities.


Carpet continues to lead the way in providing comfort in household and commercial applications.  It provides a comforting aesthetic value, while also contributing to safety and insulation.  Carpet manufacturers continue to offer state of the art fibers that nearly eliminate the concern for moisture and stains.


Concrete is becoming more commonly used, both in commercial and residential settings, because of the competitive advantage it has when polished.  Decorative concrete in the form of polished floors delivers great value and it can compete against other types of flooring with its unique aesthetic.

Wood Flooring

Wood flooring is a healthy choice for interior environments and offers a traditional, higher end aesthetic.  It has no fibers, grout lines, or embossing that can trap dust, pollen, particles, animal dander, and allergens that occur with other flooring types.  Wood is a great choice for allergy sufferers and contributes to a healthier indoor air quality.


Cork is an increasingly popular choice for both residential and commercial installations because of its eco-friendly benefits and technological advancements.  It is resilient and able to handle heavy foot traffic yet provides a comfortable cushion underfoot because is "gives" when compressed.  Cork is also a natural thermal and acoustic insulator, meaning is provides a warmer and quieter environment.


Laminate flooring continues to be a common choice for flooring because it does not fade in the sunlight and is resistant to stains, impacts and scratches.  This is due to the incredibly durable wear layer manufacturers use for the top surface of laminate floors.  Easy installation and maintenance are other benefits.