Your new carpet is a quality product that will add beauty and warmth to your new home. Caring for your carpet as early as possible, will prolong its life for many years to come. Proper care and maintenance is quick, easy and inexpensive.
Hard Maple is recognized as one of the best hardwoods found in North America, with a light colour, fine texture, straight grain, and a subdued attractive grain figure. With natural strength and stability, combined with good availability, Hard Maple has widespread applications, including furniture, flooring, and veneers.
Porcelain tiles have been reported as being the fastest growing floor covering in the industry for a variety of reasons. For years, porcelain had suffered for from the perception that it’s delicate and fragile (like porcelain teacups), but the reality is that it’s tougher than standard ceramic tile.
Your new carpet is a quality product that will add beauty and warmth to your new home. Proper care and maintenance beginning as early as possible, will prolong it’s life for many years to come and is quick, easy and inexpensive.
Most of us don’t notice it when we’re walking on it, but cork flooring has been naturally enriching interiors for over 100 years in notable buildings such as schools, hospitals, churches, museums, libraries and hotels. It’s warm honey-toned appearance, comfort underfoot and ability to soften acoustics often goes unnoticed by those of us who would not otherwise recognize it.
Laminate floors represent a new standard in consistency and performance and may be the best option for you depending on your lifestyle and preferences. Wood being a natural product, is subject to many variations in color, grain, texture, pattern and hardness. All characteristics that to many, enhance wood’s beauty and charm.
Wood is a natural material subject to many variations in color, dimensional stability, grain, pattern, texture and hardness. As a result, it’s NOT perfect. Hardwood flooring’s natural beauty and durability provide a unique identity that matures over time. For that reason, no two hardwood floors are exactly alike. Variation is even more predominant if you are dealing with exotic species of hardwood.