Durable & Beautiful
There’s a reason vinyl and resilient floors have stood the test of time and trends. They are easy to clean, resist scratches and scuffs, and are affordable.
Some vinyl floors are hard to distinguish from ceramic tile and wood. It’s a great look without paying a higher price. And linoleum is an environmentally sound flooring made from linseed oil. Our dedicated staff will help you choose from our extensive collection of stylish, durable vinyl and resilient flooring.
Today’s vinyl looks so incredible, you’ll find yourself asking, “Is it tile? Is it laminate?… or is it hardwood?” It’s vinyl, all right—the stylish result of continuing breakthroughs in modern technology and manufacturing methods.
Various shades and finishes allow you to choose the look you want in an affordable and stylish product!
We help you every step of the way!
After you’ve selected your new floor: professional on-site measurement, removal of old flooring, and skilled installation that includes moving your furniture and replacing trim. We do it all expertly, so your floor will look amazing and give lasting satisfaction.
It’s also a good idea to check with us directly to find out if there are other actions we recommend before installation. Just call a member of our friendly sales staff.
To ensure a hassle-free installation for Vinyl, here’s a checklist of things to do before the installer arrives.
Make sure you know who’s removing your existing flooring. If you wish, the installer will do it. If not, you should make arrangements to have it removed. To minimize dust, vacuum your old carpet before it’s removed and, after it’s up, vacuum the floor thoroughly.
Who’s moving the furniture? Decide in advance if you want to take on the responsibility or if you want the installer to handle it. Either way, be sure to remove all fragile items from the room, and don’t leave anything — such as drapery or plants — hanging over the installation area.
Measure door clearances before you have your carpet is installed. If the new floor is thicker than your existing floor, door bottoms may rub. Plan in advance to have someone shave or saw the correct amount off the bottom of each door so it does not drag.
Paint first. If you’re planning to paint, wallpaper, or do any other remodeling in the room, it’s best to do it before your carpet is installed. Keep extra paint to touch up any post-installation nicks.