There are two types of Waterproof Vinyl Flooring: SPC (composite limestone core) and WPC (vinyl core). Unlike earlier versions of laminate flooring that have an MDF core, Waterproof Vinyl Flooring is hard-wearing, less prone to dent, and completely waterproof. It has the look and texture of hardwood, but at a lower cost. It is made up of multiple layers that aid in the design, durability, and ease of maintenance of this practical and affordable flooring choice. A rubber or cork backing is applied to each plank which provides sound-buffering, resilience, and elimination of the dreaded “clicking” of older laminate floors.
Uses: Whole house including areas with water exposure such as kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms. Can also be used on stairs. Ideal for homes with pets or kids, and for businesses that need a sturdy flooring option.
Composed of a venner of genuine hardwood on a multi-layered plywood core, Engineered Hardwood flooring offers the natural beauty of wood without the cost and performance drawbacks of solid hardwood. The temperature and humidity fluctuations of our coastal region cause expansion and contraction of solid hardwood flooring. This can lead to cracks between boards, cupping & crowning, buckling – none of which are a concern with Engineered Hardwood.
Uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, businesses.
Nylon / Polyester / Wool / Carpet Tile / Other
Porcelain Tile is durable and versatile. It comes in a wide variety of designs and sizes to suit any style, and can be installed on walls or floors. It is made of refined clay and other natural elements. After being kiln-fired, the tiles are either left in their natural state or transformed to look like stone, wood, concrete, or other materials. They come in glazed and unglazed finishes, and are available as individual tiles, or as large thin slabs that can be applied to wall surfaces.
Uses: Floors, backsplashes, shower stalls, bathtub surrounds, fireplace surrounds.
Sheet vinyl is vinyl flooring that comes in large, continuous, flexible sheets. It is a good choice when seeking flooring that is water-proof, fairly durable, resilient and insulating, easy to install and inexpensive. Unlike older versions, it is now available in many newer designs to mimic popular tiles and woods.
Uses: Any room, laundry rooms, crafts/art spaces, garages, workrooms, businesses
Stock cabinets are premade cabinets that are a more affordable alternative to custom cabinets. They are available in a large variety of sizes and configurations, and be combined to accommodate just about any layout. The Shaker style door is a versatile design that can complement many interior styles. You can also choose from more traditional raised-panel doors, and modern flat-panel (European) door styles. White is still the most popular color for both kitchen and bathroom cabinets, but warm greys and even shades of blue are interesting options. Cabinet colors can be combined in in a kitchen, with white cabinets often chosen for the uppers and a darker color for the lowers or island.
Uses: Kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, crafts/art rooms.
Counter tops are the “workhorse” of your kitchen. Depending on the style and color of your cabinets - and how you prep and cook – there is a perfect counter material for you. Although granite is still a desirable choice, the durability and vast number of colors/styles for quartz make it the go-to option for more and more people. Without any maintenance, quartz will deliver its heat and stain resistance for years to come. If you love the elegance of marble – and are prepared to provide a bit more upkeep – then you can pick from many shades of this timeless material. All these products are available in sizes that will be perfect for the smallest kitchen counters to the largest island.