Solid hardwood: Traditionally homes in our area have had either maple or oak hardwood installed in the past. These species are a domestic product and have graced many a home. Again this is raw wood that is nailed down - sanded and the finish is applied. It gives a home a beautiful continuous look. This floor is 3/4" thick and can be sanded and refinished again down the road. In recent years, the same solid boards come from mills that already have the finish applied. This enables the customer to be living in their home during the time of the installation.
Engineered hardwood: This hardwood floor is similar to plywood-type construction, with the top layer consisting of the selected hardwood. A plus to this selection is stability of product - you get less movement in the floor. This can be quite important in some species of hardwoods. Another aspect of this floor is that overall it is not as thick as solid hardwood boards. Pricing can vary, but usually the cost is less than solid hardwood. The selection of coloration and species is endless.
Laminate flooring planks: This is sometimes called hardwood flooring, but actually there is no hardwood in it. The planks can look very much like hardwood and offer some incredible benefits. They can be the perfect choice in various applications, and we offer these laminate planks with pride. They are frequently a wonderful choice for durability and pricing. They stand up to the abuse from large dogs and active children (not that active children are abusive). These floors can be installed over concrete.
TILE. Tile is perhaps the one choice which has just exploded over the last few years with endless design options. From tile shape and coloration to quality and durability, tile has it all. We have tile for your entry floor - master bathroom shower - kitchen backsplash and so much more. Some in natural stone with the traditional look of nature. Another choice is porcelain tile, which has many looks and is very durable. Granite tile is used around fireplaces and on countertops, which offers an undisputably polished look. Talking about polished looks, consider glass tile for its incredible Wow factor.