Hardwood Floor Installation

With its superior strength and beauty, a real wood floor is one home investment that truly lasts a lifetime.

Wood is both renewable & recyclable, and because wood floors do not collect dust and allergens, many leading health associations agree that wood floors are a perfect choice for a healthy home.
Benefits of Wood Floors
Wood flooring enhances any room and provides beauty that will increase the value of your home throughout the years. In fact, in a national survey of real estate agents, 90 percent said that houses with wood flooring sell faster and for higher prices than houses without wood floors.
• Renewal and Repairs
Unlike most other floor covering options, wood is very forgiving. Most problems can be prevented with proper maintenance, but when problems do occur, renewal and repair usually is possible.
• Engineered Wood Flooring
Consists of layers of wood pressed together with the top layer being the finished floor product. Many different species, colors, and finishes are available. It is perfect for those areas of the house where solid wood flooring is not suitable. Suitable for above grade & below grade. Basements, bathrooms, utility rooms and kitchens are perfect rooms to install this type of flooring.
• Floating Floors
Can be installed almost anywhere. Floating floors are made of multiple layers of wood constructed with tongue and grooves along all four sides. They are not nailed or glued to the subfloor hence the name floating floor. When the furniture is in place the floor is held down. It has a softer feel underfoot when you walk. Suitable for above grade & below grade. Basements, bathrooms, utility rooms and kitchens are perfect rooms to install this type of flooring.

Carpet Installation

Carpet provides warmth and insulation against the cold as well as that warm and cozy feeling toes prefer.

Flooring has the largest selection of carpet at competitive prices. Carpet provides warmth and insulation against the cold as well as that warm and cozy feeling toes prefer. Available in thousands of colors and styles, finding a carpet that is right for you should be a breeze.
To follow are the main carpet flooring installation categories – texture, twist, loop, and pattern:
• Texture: The velvety look and feel of smoothly cut yarns. Maybe deeply or lightly textured to create a fresh, easy-care surface
• Twist: The twist is back in this lighthearted carpet trend. It’s relaxed but elegant and sumptuous to the touch.
• Loop: A modern interpretation of handcrafted styling. For active areas, where you want sass and sophistication without worry.
• Pattern: Almost an art form. Cut and uncut loops form distinctive designs, for decorating with originality and flair.

Laminate Flooring

Laminate has come a long way in recent years and is now one of the most popular choices for flooring in America.

Are You Considering New Laminate Flooring?
For someone who is looking for a beautiful, practical solution to your flooring needs, the laminate may be the choice for you. Laminate has come a long way in recent years and is now one of the most popular choices for flooring throughout American home and it is easy to see why!
Just a few benefits of laminate floors:
• They can take a lot of impacts.
• They are durable and long-lasting.
• They are cheaper and easier to install.
• They are resistant to stains and water.
• There is little waste since there are no defects.
•There is a wide array of designs to match your tastes.
Professional Repairs for Your Flooring
Stop worrying about your floors! Instead of adding repairs to your to-do list, add it to ours. Just give us a call, and we will show up to your home on time, with the required tools, and fix any issues you may have with efficient work. We are trustworthy, experienced, and guarantee the job will be done right the first time.

Vinyl Floor Installation

Vinyl floors are a popular option among homeowners, particularly in kitchen and bathroom applications.

Vinyl Flooring Is An Excellent Choice
A synthetic cousin of linoleum, vinyl flooring is water and stain resistant, versatile, and provides good durability for the cost. Thanks to a number of advances over the years, today’s vinyl floors are attractive and economical. Call us for a FREE consultation and you are sure to find high-quality vinyl flooring that fits both your taste and budget.
Types Of Vinyl Flooring:
• Sheet vinyl flooring is large sheets 6 or 12 feet wide. It is more water resistant than vinyl tile since there are fewer seams if any.
• Vinyl tiles are better suited for do-it-yourself installations than sheet vinyl.
• Many homeowners prefer vinyl tile, which replicates the look of a ceramic tile floor at a more affordable cost.
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Vinyl Floors:
Vinyl flooring is a durable flooring product and stands up well to heavy foot traffic. It is comfortable underfoot and reduces noise, which can be important for homeowners with kids or pets. It is also less expensive than many other flooring options and is easy to install and maintain. Vinyl flooring comes in a broad range of colors and patterns to match every decor, including patterns that mimic hardwood flooring.
On the other hand, vinyl floors do not stand up well to heavy loads and can be damaged by sharp objects. Also, colors can fade with exposure to too much direct sunlight, and floors can be damaged by extreme temperatures. For that reason, vinyl is not recommended for outdoor uses. It is also not the most environmentally sound flooring option available and many may see this as an area of concern.
Vinyl Floor Installation:
The key to the successful installation of vinyl flooring lies beneath the flooring itself. Vinyl tiles require an extremely smooth surface because any flaws and imperfections will show through as bumps and indentations in your floor. Usually, the best sub-floor is a layer of well-sanded plywood. Some manufacturers offer do-it-yourself installation kits, but many homeowners choose to use a contractor in order to achieve a smooth, professional look.

LVT / LVP Floor Installation

Realistic looking hard surface floor with less maintenance. A floor that can hold up to the harsh conditions.

Vinyl Plank Flooring (LVP / LVT)
Vinyl flooring is made to look like natural hard flooring such as wood, stone, slate or ceramic tile and can be installed anywhere throughout the home in the kitchen, bath, basement and beyond. If you are looking for a realistic looking hard surface floor but want less maintenance and need a floor that can hold up to the harsh conditions, luxury vinyl flooring is for you. Two types of luxury vinyl flooring you’ll hear is LVP and LVT.

  1. Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP)
    LVP mimics the warmth and texture of real hardwood planks. It comes in a variety of widths usually 7-9 inches wide and is offered in a wide range of colors and species. Choose from species like hickory, maple, weathered gray, oak and more. Some styles include the look of hand scraping and embossing which lends to the realism of a natural wood floor. LVP, like LVT, usually comes with a cork or cushioned backing, a plastic filled core and a vinyl top layer.
    The cushion or cork backing results in a softer feel when walking. The plastic fill core is 100% waterproof or water resistant which is a major advantage over hardwood or laminate. The vinyl layer is the top layer that is designed to look like real hardwood. The product is designed to float over your subfloor or can even be floated over another hard surface floor if the existing floor is attached to the subfloor. There are several advantages when it comes to the floating installation method.
  2. Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)
    Made to look like real ceramic tile, stone or slate. It comes in a wide range of gorgeous colors and surface textures which gives it a natural look. LVT is composed of the same materials as LVP. It usually has a cork backing, a plastic filled core and a vinyl top layer. One complaint of stone or ceramic is that it’s very hard. LVT allows more of a softer feel. In addition, ceramic can be cold on the feet. This is especially true when installing directly on concrete slabs or in the winter time. LVT is also usually floated on the subfloor. This allows for it to be easy removed in the far future or in case of a repair.

Tile Floor Installation

We understand each project is as unique as the tile we install, and we are committed to turning your dreams into a reality.

We offer custom fabrication and installation of tile masterpieces for new residential, Commercial and remodel projects of all sizes. We have worked with a variety of designers, builders, and homeowners in the Portland area, and we are interested in working with you.
We understand each project is as unique as the tile we install, and we are committed to turning your design ideas into a reality.
We hold ourselves to the highest standard of quality care and customer service and we will work with you to meet your needs while exceeding your expectations. We stand behind all of our fabrication and installations while producing the highest quality of work for your tile masterpiece. As the focal point in your home, office or commercial space we are devoted to excellence and would love the opportunity to show you why we are the best choice for your project.

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