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Bamboo

Get the traditional look of a hardwood floor, but with a twist. Bamboo floors are environmentally friendly, sustainable, and tough. This wood is rated harder than red oak. Bamboo is a cutting-edge trend that’s also here to stay, and it comes in a range of colors and styles. Take a look at our comprehensive selection today.

Cork

We are proud to offer cork flooring—one of the hottest trends in floor covering. Cork is made from the waste of cork wine-stopper manufacturing and is therefore a recycled product. It is also sustainable, because cork is harvested from the cork oak tree, which is replanted. And we’re not talking boring beige corkboards. Today’s floors have a variety of custom designs and vivid colors to suit every need and taste. In addition to its durability, cork produces a cushioned feel and sound reduction, and it’s easy to install. Ask us about cork!

Flooring Supplies

Come visit our store to browse through all of our flooring supplies.

Paint

Need help picking the perfect color? Our experts will be happy to consult with you and find the one that showcases your taste. With a wide variety of brands and a wonderful selection, it's effortless and easy to choose a color that complements your design. Don't be afraid of paint color — it's the easiest design element to change.

Vinyl / Resilient

There’s a reason vinyl and resilient floors have stood the test of time and trends. They are easy to clean, resist scratches and scuffs, and are affordable. Some vinyl floors are hard to distinguish from ceramic tile and wood. It’s a great look without paying a higher price. And linoleum is an environmentally sound flooring made from linseed oil. Our dedicated staff will help you choose from our extensive collection of stylish, durable vinyl and resilient flooring.

Underlayment

The right underlayment can enhance the long-term wear and performance of many types of floors. Some companies even give substantial extensions to warranty coverage when the recommended underlayment is used.

Ask our sales staff about the different types and grades of underlayment—we’ll be glad to advise you so you’ll be sure to have the best performance and most satisfaction from your new floor.