We appreciate the value of creative design and work with you to create a space that expresses your taste and lifestyle. Whether home owner, interior designer, builder, or in residential or commercial real estate, we can assist you with our full spectrum of flooring services.
We understand the importance of pre-planning. Our fully qualified associates work directly with you, your general contractor, architect or designer from the start of the planning and design stages of your project to assure that your final result reflects your vision regarding beauty, performance and functionality.
In installing floors it is important to understand both the product to be installed and the foundation it is to be installed on to. We hold a B-1 General Building Contractors License, C-15 Flooring Contractor License, HIC (Home Improvement Contractor) Home Improvement License and NWFA (National Wood Flooring Association) certification as a Certified Wood Flooring Inspector. Our knowledge in construction sets us apart as flooring experts and assures that your new floor will be aesthetically pleasing and perform the way it is intended.
In addition to 60+ years of combined sales experience, our installation crews are among the best in the industry and have been with us no less than 10 years. Poor installations can not only ruin the appearance but also shorten the life of your floor so we feel strongly about doing the job right the first time by taking the steps necessary to insure a quality finished product that you will be proud of years to come.
Besides a large selection of prefinished and unfinished wood flooring, our showroom offers laminate, linoleum, cork and a huge selection of carpet that will meet the requirements of a landlord or the discriminating needs of a designer. We also provide custom fabrication of area rugs for all your decorating needs. And with our sales staff having a combined 60+ years of flooring experience, we’re confident we’ll be able to serve you in a professional and informative manner.
Since there are inconsistencies in our industry in the quality of craftsmanship the National Wood Flooring Association has set forth regulatory guidelines. We know what it takes to produce a beautiful floor and make sure our crews do as well.