Alternative Wood Flooring

Do you like the look of hardwood but want an alternative to the cost, maintenance or durability? There are many alternatives to hardwood flooring that will give your space a sophisticated look while helping you to stay within your budget and hold up against the wear and tear of pets, children and daily life.
  • Luxury Vinyl Tile-LVT

    LVT flooring allows you to create the natural wood flooring look while avoiding damage that occurs to solid wood floors through the use of daily life. LVT is water-resistant, scratch resistant, anti-slip and anti-static which makes it a excellent product to use in high traffic areas and spaces where kids and pets are present. LVT is semi-permanent meaning it is easy to replace single planks if needed without having to re-do the entire floor. It is available in an endless array of colors, patterns and textures.
  • Laminate Flooring

    Laminate flooring has been re-formatted since it initially came out. No longer does it have to look like plastic and only come in 5 color options. Laminate flooring is seeing a re-insurgence since new technology allows us to create flooring with distinctive grains and textures that provide a realistic look and feel while still maintaining the durability and affordability you desire.
  • Wood Look Tile

    Tile that looks like planks of wood has become very popular in recent years. When combined with a coordinating grout color, most people are not able to tell it is tile and not wood, until they take a closer look. The tiles are available in a wide variety of plank widths and colors and even have natural wood grain textures. This is an excellent option for bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms where moisture is present as well as an high traffic area.
  • Cork Flooring

    Cork flooring is a product made from the bark of the oak tree. The bark is ground, processed into sheets and bake in a kiln to produce tiles and planks that can be used as flooring. It is often used in offices, light commercial locations, and even in the home. This product is softer than wood floors and holds up very well to moisture.