Carpet - Tile - Hardwood Flooring - Family Owned and Operated - Serving the Greater Phoenix area for over 40 Years

Vinyl: ​A very durable and cost-efficient product. Vinyl comes in sheets that can be placed over most floors. Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP), or Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) which is a highly popular product for many reasons. It is 100% waterproof, perfect for high-moisture areas. It is extremely durable, great for high-traffic areas of the house. Luxury vinyl gives you the look of natural wood or stone, at a better cost and better durability. Vinyl is very resistant to spills and messes, perfect for bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms.

Types of Flooring

Carpet: A classic option for comfort in bedrooms, living areas, or even dining rooms. We install many different types of carpet, as well as many samples so you can dig your hands in and get a feel for how comfortable your options are. We sell and install carpet for homes and commercial buildings. Make sure you ask about our types of carpets and get a feel for them!

Tile:​​​The perfect option for places exposed to moisture. Tile is popular in bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and basements. We install all types of tile: ceramic, porcelain, mosaic, natural stone. We also specialize in showers/baths, bathrooms, and kitchens/backsplash. 

Hardwood:Known for elegance and class, hardwood has always been a popular product for both home and commercial spaces. It can be refinished up Hardwood is very durable, though it is not ideal for places prone to excessive moisture, such as bathrooms or laundry rooms. Engineered hardwood is another option available that is more cost-efficient. Engineered hardwood is also less sensitive to moisture that regular hardwood, and is relatively low-maintenance. 

Laminate: Looks like wood, but less costly! Unlike hardwood, you can feel comfortable about using laminate in kitchens and bathrooms, since it is a lot less prone to water and moisture damage. Laminate usually comes in planks and tiles. Many laminates are entirely waterproof, and unlike engineered wood, the top layer of the laminate is a picture of wood, not actually wood. This helps save money, while still keeping an elegant hardwood look!  

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