Solid Hardwood Flooring
Made to use over wood sub-floors, Solid Hardwood Flooring is a product that stays in style. Natural hardwoods provide beautiful character, highlights and low-lights as well as the durability expected of a solid hardwood. Every species used to make solid flooring is given a Janka Rating, which determines it's overall durability under foot traffic. Solid wood is often categorized by Janka rating for those more concerned with how a product will hold up in active homes.
Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Offering the more installation possibilities, Engineered Hardwood Flooring is made up of several layers to create one plank. While the top "wear" layer is manufactured out of a slice of real hardwood, the underlying layers are generally ply wood or particle board. You'll find Engineered Hardwood available with many of the same textures, stains and durability expectations of a Solid Hardwood at a fraction of the price.
Generally known as an Environmentally Friendly hardwood, Bamboo Flooring provides an unmatched, wide variety of colors, stains and detailing. This broad category includes Solid Bamboo, Engineered Bamboo, Handscraped Bamboo and Strand Woven Bamboo. Basic plank colors include natural (pale yellow) and carbonized (pale caramel), as well as an even larger selection of stains ranging from white to black. This Eco Hardwood is made from a rapidly renewable resource, and is aged 5-7 years to harvest in order to insure durability as a flooring product.
While it may seem similar to engineered hardwood, Laminate Flooring couldn't be more different. While it is made up of layers like an engineered product, Laminate uses a sheet of laminated graphic tissue paper to provide it's wood-like characteristics, coloring and charm. Laminate is produced with smooth, handscraped, wirebrushed, glossy and matte detailing. The graphic tissue used underneath the finish is printed with knots, swirls and mineral streaks found on planks of real wood.
Luxury Vinyl Tile
When other products won't work due to moisture issues or the like, Luxury Vinyl Tile (also known as LVT) can be a great alternative. LVT is most commonly used in rock and ceramic patterns in place of actual stone tile when maintenance might be an issue. However this vinyl tile can now be found featuring the pattern of hardwood flooring, much like that of Laminate. LVT is 100% virgin Rubber, moisture resistant, and features the colors, detailing and unique characteristics you'll see in natural hardwood. Our Luxury Vinyl Tile is the Cadillac of commercially rated LVT, making it the perfect, durable flooring for your bathroom, kitchen, etc!