HARDWOOD, ENGINEERED, OR TILE FLOORING

Adding a hardwood floor, bamboo flooring, engineered wood, ceramic or porcelain tile or refinishing your existing floors can greatly add value to your home. Our team is experienced in all these materials and more, including technologies like sub-floor heating and soundproofing.

Types of Flooring

Wood Flooring

The biggest advantage of hardwood flooring is that it’s easy to maintain and clean. Dirt and stains to not sink into it like carpeting. The color of your hardwood floors will last a long time without fading. It can also be the most aesthetically pleasing choice. One of the main disadvantages of hardwood flooring is that it can be more expensive than other options.

Engineered Flooring

Engineered wood is real wood flooring that’s built in layers and bonded together. The top layer is identical to a traditional hardwood floor, giving you all the aesthetic benefits. Beneath the surface, engineered wood flooring contains layers of high density fiberboard. This gives it greater stability and strength than solid wood. Because of this, engineered wood is more resistant to humidity and temperature changes. You can even install it in a finished basement.

Tile Flooring

The biggest advantage of tile flooring is water resistance. That’s why you typically see it in bathrooms and kitchens. It’s also resistant to high humidity. Tile is a hard surface which makes it easy to clean, but can also make it uncomfortable to stand on for long periods of time. Subfloor heating works especially well with tile, keeping your floors toasty and your heating bill low. You can even have wood-look tile for the aesthetic of hardwood with a lower price.