Flooring FAQ's

Find answers to your most frequently asked questions here!

Vinyl and laminate flooring is best for busy homes with children and pets. The durability of both options is unbeatable. If you’d like to look into this more, take a look at our blog on the advantages and disadvantages of different flooring types.

This is a great question! The answer is that it’s different for everyone. We know that’s not the answer you were looking for here, but we do have details on how to figure out what determines the cost. You can read more about that here.

This is based on how many rooms you are getting new flooring, the condition of your home and current flooring, and what type of flooring you purchased. Our managers are happy to give you an estimated time based on your situation. Our goal is to always get your new floors installed as quickly and efficiently as possible!

When you’re looking for soft carpet, it’s best to determind what feels best to you during your in-home consultation. Just because you want your carpet to be soft, doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll prefer the softest carpet that is sold. We suggest going with a type of carpet that is most comfortable to your touch. If, after that, you would like to add an element of more softness, a nice faux fur or luxe shag rug is the perfct touch!

Frequently, people struggle between choosing between colors because they’re afraid their new flooring will will quickly go out of style. Luckily, there are colors that encompass many of the most recent styles in one. Our gray and tan mix-toned vinyl flooring is a great choice because you get both brown and neutral tones so if one becomes more popular than the other,  you can decorate accordingly and the matching tone will stand out in your floors. 

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