Give any area of your house a new look by installing new, quality flooring. Want to install hardwood or laminate flooring? 1st Wholesale Flooring and More has you covered. Looking to install carpet or tile? We can help with that too.
Unlike a typical flooring company, Pro Source can work with you to find the best type of flooring that will fit your unique needs. So how do you know which type of flooring you need? While carpet, tile, hardwood, and laminate flooring are all great options, each of them has different advantages.
Carpet is quick and easy to install, and has a massive selection to choose from. If you go to just about any carpet warehouse or flooring store, they will be able to show you tons of different options that vary depending on thickness, color, and quality. Most people find carpet to be a great option for bedrooms and other low traffic areas of the home.
Tile is perfect for areas such as the kitchen or bathrooms. Quality tile is extremely easy to install and clean. Most importantly, tile requires very little maintenance which allows it to last for years and years.
Hardwood flooring has always been the more traditional option. Aesthetically, it looks great in just about any room. This type of flooring is easy to clean and it does not collect dirty and dust as easily as some types of carpet do. Because of this, hardwood flooring is perfect for high-traffic areas such as the foyer, dining, living room, and even the kitchen if you opt not to have tile flooring.
If you like the look of hardwood flooring but don’t have the time or patience to properly maintain it, laminate flooring is the perfect alternative. Although it can resemble hardwood, laminate is made out of pressed wood. As a result, it is much easier to clean and maintain. In addition, any laminate flooring company will point out that this material is resistant to scratches and moisture—elements that can often cause damage to hardwood flooring.
Still not sure what type of flooring is best for you? Call us today at 1800-991-6546, or click HERE to schedule and appointment and leave the rest of the work to the expert flooring professionals.