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  • Is your flooring certified?
    Yes! FloorScore is the most recognized indoor air quality (IAQ) certification standard for hard surface flooring materials, adhesives, and underlayments. It was developed by SCS (Scientific Certification Systems), a third party certifier, with the Resilient Floor Covering Institute (RFCI), a leading industry trade association of flooring manufacturers and suppliers.
  • What to consider in choosing right type of flooring?
    Tired of your old, dingy floors? Your flooring options are plentiful, but which one is best for you? To help you decide, we've rounded up a few of the popular types of flooring so you can make an informed decision. -There are many flooring options when it comes to selecting a material, but which type of flooring is best for you? To answer this, we’ll review what considerations should be top of mind when picking a flooring material and then we’ll go over a few popular options. The type of flooring you select for your next project should be based on a few key considerations. Which room are you planning to re-floor? You’ll need different characteristics for your flooring depending on if you’re installing below grade (like in basements), or in other moisture-prone, high traffic areas of the home like kitchens and bathrooms.
  • Do you have matching moldings & trims for the flooring?
    Absolutely Yes! We carry matching moldings, trims, reducers and stair threads.
  • What is vinyl flooring?
    Vinyl flooring is a type of resilient flooring made from synthetic materials such as PVC. It is durable, water-resistant, and comes in a wide range of colors and patterns, making it a popular choice for both residential and commercial flooring applications.
  • What are the advantages of vinyl flooring?
    Vinyl flooring has several advantages, including its durability, affordability, and water-proof properties. It is also easy to clean and maintain, making it a popular choice for high-traffic areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.
  • How long does vinyl flooring last?
    The lifespan of vinyl flooring depends on factors such as the quality of the product, the amount of foot traffic it receives, and how well it is maintained. On average, vinyl flooring can last between 10 and 20 years with proper care.
  • Can vinyl flooring be installed over existing flooring?
    Yes, vinyl flooring can often be installed over existing flooring such as tile, hardwood, or concrete. However, it is important to ensure that the existing flooring is in good condition and free from any moisture, cracks, or other damage that could affect the installation of the vinyl flooring.
  • Is vinyl flooring suitable for commercial use?
    Yes, vinyl flooring is a popular choice for commercial applications such as hospitals, schools, and retail spaces due to its durability and ease of maintenance. Some types of vinyl flooring, such as LVT or LVP, can even mimic the look of natural materials like hardwood or stone.
  • How do I choose the right vinyl flooring for my home or business?
    When choosing vinyl flooring, consider factors such as the amount of foot traffic the room receives, the style and color of the flooring, and your budget. It is also important to choose a reputable brand and to work with a professional installer to ensure that the flooring is properly installed and will last for many years.
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