Engineered wood flooring consists of two or more layers of wood adhered together to form a plank.
Benefits are that it is less costly and difficult to tell apart from solid hardwood once it is installed.
A little more resistant to temperature fluctuations & humidity than solid hardwood.
It can be nailed, glued or floated depending on wood or concrete subfloor
It can also be sanded down and re-stained once or twice depending on top layer thickness.
Solid Hardwood planks are made from one solid piece of hardwood, ensuring that you are walking on a completely natural product.
As it is a piece of solid wood, it can be sanded and re-finished a number of times if and when required or desired.
Solid wood flooring has a long life expectancy and offers a timeless and elegant appeal.
Adds value to your home
Strong, Durable, Long lasting.
Can be glued down or nailed down.
Laminate has come a long way since it first arrived in North America.
It's durable, has an aluminum oxide top coating, holds up to scratches, dents, fading & stains.
Realistic wood patterns.
Cheaper to install than Solid Hardwood & Engineered Hardwood.
Not recommended for Bathrooms or Laundry Rooms.
Vinyl plank is durable, water resistant & made entirely of recycled materials.
It's perfect for every room especially Kitchens, Basements, Bathrooms..
Some come with lifetime residential warranty.
Can be glued down or clicked together depending on type selected.
Great for pets, or Rental properties
Easy to clean and maintain.
Luxury vinyl tile has the look of real tile but feels warmer on your feet & wont' crack over time like some tiles do.
It cost's less than tile and less to install as well.
Share's similar benefits to vinyl plank.
Easy to clean.
Cork is durable. It resists cracking and wearing away.
It's a natural product
It is resistant to mold, mildew and termites.
Is a natural Thermal & Acoustic insulator.
Can be floated or glued down depending on type purchased.