Flooring

Flooring is a critical component of a home renovation project. Choosing the right type of flooring can not only add functionality to your home but also bring your design together.

From classic hardwood to luxury vinyl, we can help you find the floor that matches your

specific needs and your overall room decor.

All our flooring products, including laminate, engineered wood, SPC, WPC, and hardwood flooring,

meet the qualifications of CARB (California Air Resources Board).

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    Engineered Wood

    Made from scraps of lumber and byproducts that have been reformed using heat, glue, and pressure, engineered wood is a usable solid wood alternative. It is made to meet the demands for a construction material that is lower-cost but equally durable.

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    Laminate

    Also called floating wood tile, laminate flooring is a muti-layer synthetic flooring. The inner layer is made of melamine resin and fiber board materials. Laminate flooring is comparably less expensive than hardwood flooring, aesthetically beautiful and natural, and requires less effort to install.

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    Solid Hardwood

    Solid Hardwood is fabricated from 100% solid wood planks and shaped to have tongues and groove edges so they can piece together seamlessly. Known for its elegance and durability, hardwood flooring can be sanded and refinished multiple times to maintain the natural and warm aesthetic for your home.

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    WPC

    WPC stands for wood-plastic (or polymer) composite. Its core typically consists of polyvinyl chloride, calcium carbonate, plasticizers, a foaming agent, and wood-like or wood materials such as wood flour. WPC works well in commercial interior spaces as it is soft and quiet underfoot.

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    SPC

    SPC stands for stone-plastic (or polymer) composite and features a core that is typically comprised of around 60% calcium carbonate (limestone), polyvinyl chloride and plasticizers. SPC is usually more durable and offers better resistance to scratches and dents than WPC.

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