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Laminate Flooring: We have Laminate flooring which consists of compressed fiberboards that have a wood grained design over them. The fiber boards are then covered with a protective coating to help prevent damage and add a finish to the flooring. An economic option with a sturdy resistance to wear and tear.
Makes for a more stable product and is made up of four layers of glued wood producing a 14mm thick plank. The top layer being a real wood surface about 4mm thick allows this flooring to be sanded and refinished a set amount of times to take away the signs of damage over time.
An excellent choice to add visual appeal as well as value to your home or business. Approximately 18mm to 20mm thick hardwood flooring allows for a greater resistance to scratches and damage. The floor can be sanded and refinished as many times as the depth of the tongue from the top of the plank always, in order to restore its shine and glow. Prices vary depending on the species of wood and design.
Ceramic Tile: Is one of the most common floor types, and is extremely dense making it useable in most rooms in your home whether it is your living room, hallways, or kitchen. The choice of ceramic tile offers a wide variety of design choices and colors to choose from. Here at Cabinet Experts we use Mohawk industry tile allowing for security and reliability
Since these stones are some of the softer varieties of natural stone materials, they have long been a popular choice for intricately carved features and moldings, as well as statuary. More subtle in color and variation than the typical marble, limestone colors are normally warmer beige hues or softer grays and greens.
Is one of the strongest types of tile, known for its excellent stain resistance and durability. From Monticino/Travino to Sorriso/Seguro, Riverstone/Stone Creek to Borghesi/alviano Mohawk’s porcelain tile flooring is highly recommended in bathrooms and outdoor spaces. They can be glazed or unglazed and can be highly decorative to any home or office. Strong enough for exposure to freeze and thaw, outdoor use should be confined to covered areas.
Because of its beauty and elegance, marble is a popular choice for floors, and fireplace facings. Marble has this inherent warmth that adds a sophisticated element to the area in which it is installed. Its naturally random appearance, engineering characteristics, and ease of maintenance make it a premium choice for floors, vanity tops and wall claddings. Many marbles are well suited for wet area application, which extends the versatility of this material to include tub decks and showers.
Throughout time Granite has been enjoyed as an exterior cladding and pavement material. It is extremely durable and, once polished it is capable of resisting scratches, making it an excellent choice for kitchen flooring and high-traffic areas. Its inherent strength and high durability are more than likely to satisfy your flooring needs.
Travertine is fashioned by underground springs and rivers. These water sources carry mineral elements such as calcium carbonate that build up over long periods of time in the same way stalactites and stalagmites in caves are formed. The resultant stone is a smooth and very hard substance further characterized by it’s porous surface. These pores are the result of gases escaping as the travertine is formed. By the time it is quarried, travertine exhibits a dense creamy color that evokes a certain old world refinement.