Natural marble or slate ledgestone is a great addition to any room! Use this product on a fireplace or even as a feature wall. This is a great way of adding texture and warmth to a space without breaking the bank.
Most often used for kitchen and bathroom applications, a mosaic is an arrangement of smaller pieces of tile that can elevate your design from wow to WOW. By simply adding an interesting shape, or playing with the scale of your tile, you can easily create detail, or even dress up a simple tile. Mosaics come in a huge array of shapes, patterns, sizes, colors, and materials suitable for both wall and floor applications.
These days we seem to have a love hate relationship with carpeting mostly due to allergens, and the challenge of keeping it clean. However, carpet does provide many great benefits to the home! With energy bills climbing higher each year, carpeting helps hold warmth, insulating against cooler temperatures. It is one of the safer choices to prevent slips and falls within the home, and happens to be the number one choice for stairwells. Carpet is a fantastic choice for noise reduction (especially with a high-quality underlay) due to its ability to absorb sound waves. With millions of color and pattern to choose from, it’s a highly versatile flooring option for any application.
Vinyl is an affordable alternative for areas that would typically require tile. Providing extreme durability, vinyl is perfect for high traffic spaces that still require a water-resistant surface. Available in a multitude of sizes, vinyl can be made to mimic the look of wood in a plank format, or even mimic concrete or tile. This durable man made product is most popular for use in utility rooms and bathrooms.
Laminate is one of the most popular flooring choices for durability and affordability. Made to look like real wood, a laminate is comprised of many layers: a wear layer, an image of a real wood product, a high-density core, and a melamine backer. This inexpensive alternative to wood holds up nicely to everyday wear, is stain free, and fade resistant. This product is very easy to install and comes in a multitude of options. Today’s laminate is so realistic, many people can’t tell it’s not a real wood product!
Engineered hardwoods are an affordable alternative to the traditional solid wood floors. A solid wood veneer on a plywood base creates an incredibly stable product more resistant to moisture than its solid wood counterpart. This stability allows for the wood product to be installed in a wider range of applications including slab concrete. It is also a safer choice for highly humid climates such as our own.
Available in a wide range of colors and species, this engineered product is warm under foot, provides character, and adds tremendous value to a home! An engineered wood is much easier to install than a traditional solid wood option, and tends to be more budget friendly.