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Mobile Showrooms

We bring the retail flooring experience right to your home, office or cottage with our fleet of mobile showrooms equipped with quality hardwood, laminate and vinyl flooring options.

 

Allow our expert estimators to provide you with an in depth consultation of your project areas, answer any questions you might have, and show you a range of product options to suit your lifestyle, taste and budget.

 

Following the consultation, you’ll receive a detailed electronic estimate right to your email.

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Floor Services

Need help selecting the right product for your lifestyle?  Not sure where to find a trust worthy and skilled installer?

Our Mobile Showroom will bring quality product options to the location of your choice, and help you navigate through the process so you choose something that’s not only beautiful, but also functional and long lasting.

We specialize in hardwood, laminate and vinyl flooring supply and installation as well as baseboard, trim and flush mount vents.

Supply and Install services available. 

Stairs & Railings

Interior stairs and railings continue to be a focal point in many homes, meaning the design and quality of the product is very important.  Updating a staircase into an eye-catching statement requires installing new treads and railings, and our installation specialists are at your service.

 

We specialize in full stairs and railings services, providing quality and workmanship and helping our customers realize their design dreams. 

 

Contact us today for a free quote!

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Trim & Moldings

Although often used interchangeably, trim is essentially filler where there are gaps, like where baseboards meet flooring and ¼ round fills the gaps.  Molding technically is a little more decorative, while chair rail protects the wall.

 

Think of trim and molding as the finishing touch to your flooring project, adding elegance and design to the finished result.

 

Call us today to book your in home estimate!

Different Flooring Types

Hardwood

This option is milled from a single piece of timber, common types include walnut, maple and hickory.

 

PROS: Extremely durable, this flooring type can be sanded and refinished many times over their lifespan. They are also extremely easy to clean, sturdy and very wear resistant. They will give your house a very earthy yet luxurious feel.

 

CONS: On the more costly end of the flooring spectrum, these floors do not retain heat and will not damper sound. The may also shrink or expand depending on the season and temperature.

Laminate

A multi-layer synthetic flooring fused together with a lamination process, it simulates the look of wood.

 

PROS: Perfect in a functional setting where practicality is your priority (think kids playroom, family den or dog trafficked areas). It’s attractive, quickly cleaned and hard wearing too.

 

CONS: Where style is concerned, you may want to stick to a more quality hardwood floor. It’s cheap because it’s a largely synthetic flooring that’s easily mass produced using low cost materials.

Vinyl

This option is a fully synthetic polymer option with pigmentation added for colour.

 

PROS: Extremely inexpensive, can be glued or nailed over sub-flooring. Durable and flexible, easy to clean and highly water-resistant.

 

CONS: The soft quality of vinyl flooring means sharp objects can easily gouge it, after which it is extremely difficult to repair.

Bamboo

Much like hardwood flooring, this option is an ultra-durable natural alternative that is eco-friendly and a highly renewable option for modern homes.

 

PROS: Hypoallergenic, remarkably durable and easy to clean.

 

CONS: The coloration is vulnerable to sunlight and may fade over time. Also susceptible to water damage.

Cork

Made from the bark of the cork oak, makes for highly sustainable flooring option that adds an earthy, natural look.

 

PROS: Highly sustainable and eco-friendly. This flooring option is durable and ‘springs-back’ from wear in high traffic areas. Stain resistant and resistant from mildew.

 

CONS: May absorb water if improperly finished. Durability is highly dependent on type of finish used. Typically more expensive than other flooring options.

Engineered

PROS: Typically comes pre-laminated, this option can be ideal for basements as it is much more resistant to the effects of moisture than Hardwood and can be installed over any subflooring type relatively easy.

 

CONS: Quality and durability can vary greatly according to the brand, and there are limited refinishing options available as this type can typically only be sanded and refinished once. Does not last as long as real hardwood.

Hardwood

This option is milled from a single piece of timber, common types include walnut, maple and hickory.

PROS: Extremely durable, this flooring type can be sanded and refinished many times over their lifespan.
They are also extremely easy to clean, sturdy and very wear resistant.
They will give your house a very earthy yet luxurious feel.

CONS: On the more costly end of the flooring spectrum, these floors do not retain heat
and will not damper sound. The may also shrink or expand depending on the
season and temperature.

Laminate

A multi-layer synthetic flooring fused together with a lamination process, it simulates the look of wood.

PROS: Perfect in a functional setting where practicality is your priority
(think kids playroom, family den or dog trafficked areas).
It’s attractive, quickly cleaned and hard wearing too.

CONS: Where style is concerned, you may want to stick to a more quality hardwood floor.
It’s cheap because it’s a largely synthetic flooring that’s easily mass produced using low cost materials.

Vinyl

This option is a fully synthetic polymer option with pigmentation added for colour.

PROS: Ranging from inexpensive to pricey, Vinyl flooring can be
nailed over sub-flooring. It is also very durable and flexible, easy
to clean and highly water –resistant.

CONS: The soft quality of vinyl flooring means sharp objects can
easily gouge it, after which it is extremely difficult to repair.

Bamboo

Much like hardwood flooring, this option is an ultra-durable natural alternative
that is eco-friendly and a highly renewable option for modern homes.

PROS: Hypoallergenic, remarkably durable and easy to clean.

CONS: The coloration is vulnerable to sunlight and may fade over time.
Also susceptible to water damage.

Cork

Made from the bark of the cork oak, makes for highly sustainable flooring option that adds an earthy, natural look.

PROS: Highly sustainable and eco-friendly. This flooring option is durable and ‘springs-back’
from wear in high traffic areas. Stain resistant and resistant from mildew.

CONS: May absorb water if improperly finished. Durability is highly dependent on
type of finish used. Typically more expensive than other flooring options.

Engineered

PROS: Typically comes pre-laminated, this option can be ideal for basements
as it is much more resistant to the effects of moisture than Hardwood and can be
installed over any subflooring type relatively easy.

CONS: Quality and durability can vary greatly according to the brand, and there are
limited refinishing options available as this type can typically only be sanded and refinished once.
Does not last as long as real hardwood.

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360 Degree Program

Did you know?  We are also your one stop shop for the selection and purchase of your new floors.

With the 360 Degree Program, you’ll work directly with your Regional Installer who will help you choose the perfect design, colour and look for your lifestyle.  

When it comes time to order your floors, your Regional Installer will help you choose the perfect design, colour and style for your lifestyle.

 

This program is an easy-to-navigate solution for your new floor from start to finish.