Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood can be solid wood or engineered (where the wood is assembled over an artificial core). Oak, maple, cherry, walnut, and pine are common woods used for hardwood flooring.

Vinyl Plank Flooring

The biggest advantage of vinyl plank flooring is the fact that it is 100% water resistant. This means surface water and spills won’t affect the flooring. This makes it the ideal flooring solution for spaces such as basements, kitchens and bathrooms.

Tile Flooring

Ceramic tiles are made of natural materials like clay, sand and water. The elements are molded into a tile shape and baked at a high temperature in a kiln. Ceramic tiles come in both glossy and matte finishes and are used in kitchens, bathrooms and entryways.

Sheet Vinyl Flooring

The biggest advantage of vinyl sheet flooring is that it’s water resistant. It’s made with waterproof materials, such as PVC, which makes this flooring option perfect for water prone areas of the home. Sheet vinyl flooring is a great fit for any room in your home, but it exceeds expectations in the kitchen, laundry room, basement and the bathrooms.

Laminate Flooring

Durability is a huge advantage of laminate flooring. With an aluminum oxide top coating, laminate flooring holds up to scratches, dents, fading and stains. The construction of laminate flooring is not only cost effective, but it’s been engineered to have these advances for busy households and pets.


Carpet has been installed in homes since the early 1800’s and experienced peak popularity in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Synthetic fibers make carpet a reliable and inexpensive flooring option. Carpet seems to have gone out of style in recent years, but many people still prefer carpet in their home.