We carry the some of the area’s best selection of vinyl and luxury vinyl flooring!
If you're looking to remodel a room or are building, and are considering hardwood or laminate flooring, you definitely need to take a look at our lines of LVT by Shaw, Metroflor, Konecto and Freefit, all are top quality waterproof/resistant vinyl flooring products.
Types Of Flooring We Offer!
After years of research and development, the innovation team at Freefit invented the click-less, glue less luxury vinyl tile. Freefit is designed with the best-in-class wear layer and warranty in the LVT market. Freefit first appeared on the United States market in 2009 and today boasts global distribution.
Metroflor Luxury Resilient Flooring
MODERN, ELEGANT & DURABLE!
Our Metroflor LVT product offering is designed to let you make a personal style statement while meeting your performance and budget needs. And you can rest assured knowing that all Metroflor LVT is made to last because we never compromise when it comes to quality.
Luxury Resilient Flooring by Shaw
Most Array luxury vinyl tiles (LVT) & planks have fiberglass-filled bodies and are made from virgin vinyl, which provides the stability needed to be a high-quality product. Many styles feature Shaw ArmourBead surface technology, which is up to 5 times more durable than the typical polyurethane surface.
Konecto represents the newest generation of high-quality floating resilient plank and tile flooring: the first to introduce a patented glueless, innovative Grip-Strip technology.
Requiring no adhesives and moisture resistant, Konecto leads the category in fast, easy-to-install flooring capable of floating over virtually any sub-floor with minimum disruption. Its high-style coupled with outstanding performance is suited for both residential and commercial applications.
Konecto is built to last. Most collections have a tough ceramic bead finish that makes it appropriate for residential, multi-housing, education, retail, healthcare, assisted living, hospitality & corporate environments.
Install an entire floor in just a few hours with no mess. Lays directly over your sub-floor with minimal prep. Looks and feels like real wood, plus it is Durable and water resistant. Great for high traffic areas!
You have two choices on how to install your luxury vinyl flooring: glue down vs. floating. Driving your decision is the fact that each method features its own set of benefits that may make more sense depending upon your needs, as well as your overall approach to your interior design project and the amount of expected traffic.
The glue down installation method involves the use of an adhesive to adhere your dry back luxury vinyl flooring to its base. Using an adhesive creates dimensional stability that ensures the flooring maintains its natural characteristics. The glue down method involves two distinct types of adhesives: hard set and pressure sensitive.
When deciding whether to use the glue down installation method or a floating floor for your next project, it’s important to consider how much foot traffic the area typically gets.
Generally, commercial spaces like office spaces, restaurants or retail stores which experience heavier than normal foot traffic and therefore can benefit from vinyl flooring that is glued down. With most residential applications a floating floor is more desirable for its ease of installation and feel under foot.
Derived from the laminate flooring business, the floating flooring category encompasses two different products with different installation options: loose lay and click flooring. Floating flooring was once the go-to installation strategy, roughly 10-15 years ago in the residential marketplace. This “floating” installation method remains a very popular choice today, especially for luxury vinyl flooring.
Depending on the type of floating product, floating installations involve little to no adhesive that can either be installed directly over the subfloor or using a cushion or vapor barrier system. To install loose lay flooring, planks or tiles around the perimeter of the space may be glued down, while the rest of the planks or tiles loosely stay in place once laid down. Click flooring, on the other hand, is installed using a click-locking system that snaps the planks or tiles into place without the use of an adhesive.