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Ceramic tile: Offers unlimited decorating possibilities.
With today's technology advancements manufacturers many new tile designs and tile applications are available for both homeowners and commercial facilities.  If you have never used ceramic tile before or it has been a long time since you have done so, you will be amazed at the wide selection of colors, sizes, shapes and new textures that are now available.  Ceramic tile is a natural product made up of clay, a number of other naturally occurring minerals and water.  Ceramic tile comes in both glazed and unglazed tiles. Glazed ceramic tile has a ceramic coating applied to the tile body that gives the tile its color and finish.  Ceramic tile is a popular choice for your interior floors and walls and offers unlimited decorating possibilities.      • Durable - a properly installed ceramic tile will outperform and outlast nearly any other floor covering product created for the same application.      • Easy care - glazed ceramic tile resists stains, odors, and dirt and can be cleaned up with a damp mop or sponge or common household cleaners such as Mr. Clean, Top Job or Spic and Span.      • Scratch resistant - Grade III and Grade IV glazed ceramic tiles are extremely resistant to scratching and you never have to worry about a cut or tear like you do with some other types of floors.      • Environmentally friendly - ceramic tile is manufactured using natural materials and does not retain odors, allergens, or bacteria.      • Beautiful and Versatile - modern ceramic manufacturing technology has created virtually an unlimited number of colors, sizes, styles, shapes, and textures that will add rich beauty and character to any room decor.      • Fire Resistant - ceramic tile doesn't burn nor emit toxic fumes. A lighted cigarette, when dropped on the floor, even if allowed to sit, will not do any damage to ceramic tile. Even hot kitchen pans or skillets will not scorch or melt the surface of glazed ceramic tile.      • Water Resistant - most glazed ceramic tile has a dense body that permits little or no accumulation of moisture. This means spills from common liquids found in a kitchen are not a big concern.

Travertine Tile: Has a natural rich beauty that has been adored and used as a building material since the Roman Empire. The beautiful, natural stone tiles have unique veining and a subtle blend of beige color variations caused by the sedimentary rocks, minerals and limestone deposits that crystallize over hundreds of years. These tiles are characterized by their irregular edges and surfaces. Travertine tiles can be used on both the floor and wall in both indoor and exterior applications. They come in filled (pores and holes filled) and unfilled stone tiles, as well as polished or tumbled tiles. Each tile is unique in both color variations and in overall surface appearance and veining. Tumbling the travertine tiles gives the tiles a more rounded, worn or ancient appearance. The recommended sealing the stone to prevent stains and cleaning is to dust and use neutral-based cleaners when needed. Do not use acidic type cleaners, such as vinegar. Special ph-balanced, stone cleaners are preferred to protect the stone's finish and should be available from where ever your purchased your floor.

Porcelain Flooring: Porcelain tile is an ideal floor material for custom built homes and high end remodel projects. Porcelain floors add an elegant touch to any home, and can be used in many instances where ceramic doesn’t quite give the effect desired. Porcelain floor tile comes in many different sizes, shapes and styles, and is available in nearly any color. Many porcelain tiles are painted with small designs or borders, and in some instances can be acquired in sets that form a larger picture or an artistic design.

Laminate Flooring: Combines natural looking designs with a tough, durable finish and can be used in almost any area of the home. Laminate floors also offer realistic designs and can replicate the characteristics of any popular wood design and stile. Distressed floors Distressed flooring and hand scraped style hardwood flooring is one of the more popular styles of authentic styled hardwood flooring available today. Add a heritage, character and history to your home with this exceptional and unique distressed hardwood flooring.

Bamboo floors: One of the latest products in the wood flooring market, imported exotic bamboo flooring has some remarkable qualities. As hard as Hard maple, 50% more stable and harder than Red Oak. Made from grass, not wood, bamboo flooring is a grass (with more than 1,000 species-worldwide), it rejuvenates itself to maturity within 4 to 5 years, thus being an environmentally friendly product by helping preserve our forest.

Solid Wood Floors: Are one solid piece of wood and are generally 3/8”-3/4" thick. Hardwood Floors are produced from the finest domestic and exotic hardwoods including red & white oak, American cherry, hickory, maple, and Brazilian cherry, and are available in several widths. Because solid hardwood floors are more susceptible to humidity and temperature changes than engineered wood floors they should only be installed above grade over approved wooden subfloors and must be nailed or stapled down. Solid wood floors can generally be recoated and refinished several times.

Engineered Wood Floors: These floors are produced by laminating several hardwood plies together to form the planks. Most engineered floors can be glueddown, stapled-down or floated over a variety of subfloors including wood, dry concrete slabs and some types of existing flooring. Engineered hardwood floors have cross-ply construction that reduces the expansion/contraction of planks caused by variations in humidity and allows these floors to be installed on any level in the home. Available in plank and long strip format, Engineered Hardwood Floors come in a wide variety of widths, thicknesses and colors in both, North American and Exotic hardwoods. Exotic Wood Species Today wood flooring is also offered in a variety of hardwood species that are not found in North America. Hardwood Flooring Collections include some of the finest exotic hardwoods from all over the world. These floors offer many unique and visually striking appearances that are distinctly different from the North American hardwoods. Many of these exotic species are photosensitive and may change color over time.

Cork Floors: A Truly Alternative Wooden Flooring Cork flooring is rapidly gaining recognition as one of the leading alternative types of flooring. Why? Because besides cork being an environmentally sound material it has a wealth of other natural features that appeal to homeowners. What's more, a floor made from this wonder of nature serves to provide style and class to any home that it is installed in. With a wide range of colors and stiles, cork is a great alternative to hardwood floors.