Best Hardwood Flooring Company in Chesapeake VA
Hardwood, laminate, engineered hardwood, waterproof, wood and vinyl plank flooring at cheap prices. Best Flooring Store Serving Chesapeake!
In search of hardwood flooring in Chesapeake, VA? Maybe you need waterproof floors, engineered hardwood, wooden or vinyl plank flooring for residential or commercial property? We carry all of those and also have a serious selection of laminate, carpet and artificial turf (fake grass).
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Hardwood, Waterproof Vinyl Plank, Engineered Wood Flooring
There are many types of floors to chose from these days, and it’s more important than ever to understand the big differences as well as pros and cons of the types of floors that you’re looking at investing in, here are some of the most popular ones we sell:
Hardwood is a well know, high quality type of floor. Many people will swear by it and reject any type of imitations like laminate and others, and often times it’s because hardwood tends to last longer and when you have guests over you can proudly tell them that “these are hardwood floors”. Another big reason people love them is because of the phrase “hardwood floor refinishing” also called restoration, repair or resurfacing. It’s a procedure that allows worn down floors to be sanded down and revived. If you reside in Chesapeake VA and have questions about anything we’ve described here be sure to give us a call or fill out the free estimate request form and we’ll be happy to help.
Waterproof Vinyl Plank Flooring
Vinyl planks are gaining popularity fairly quick these days and that’s no accident. Couple of the reasons are cost effectiveness, outstanding design availability and of course… waterproof and water-resistant properties. Vinyl floors are also often called LVT which stands for Luxury Woven Tile and LVP which is Luxury Vinyl Plank.
Engineered Hardwood/Wood Flooring
This floor type sounds very familiar and here’s why: it’s engineered to included both layers of hardwood and also plywood. It’s the ultimate difference between the two, but it does have it’s advantages when it comes to moisture resistance. Many people ask us the engineered hardwood vs hardwood question and structural difference and moisture resistance are the big ones. When it comes to basement flooring or other areas of your home with potentially higher moisture exposure (and Chesapeake does get it’s fair share), we definitely recommend going with the engineered wood flooring.