Welcome to our gallery. As you can see we aren’t just a flooring company. We are your one-stop-shop for all your remodeling needs. Whether you are a DIY person, and just need product, or if you need everything from beginning to end help. We are here for you! We have an in-house designer who can help put your ideas together. We have built local relationships to offer you counter tops, backsplashes, showers, kitchen, bath remodels. You might see wood in our name but we also offer; carpet, tile, luxury vinyl planks (LVP), pre-finished wood, as well as our sand and finish installations. We look forward to seeing your projects in our gallery!!
When narrowing down a choice for bath or kitchen countertops, it usually comes down to two materials: quartz (engineered stone) vs. granite (natural stone). This is not an easy decision because the distinction between the two countertop materials isn’t apparent. After all, quartz and granite are each loudly touted by their respective manufacturers as being purely natural, straight from the earth, hard as stone.
When it comes to your kitchen’s form and function, the two most important aspects to think of are flexibility, as well as an aesthetically pleasing landscape to work and relax in. Gone are the days of dingy shelving and dark cavernous cupboards – today we live in an age where functional is also beautiful!
Today’s modern family use their kitchen in many different ways. A specialty chef may need specific places to store ingredients, families with small children may prioritize safety cupboards above all else, people who love to entertain may want cabinet storage options for collections of glasses and table settings for different occasions. So, instead of trying to squeeze your needs into your an old kitchen, why not design something that works for your needs today?
Cabinets – Sinks – Facets – Knobs & Pulls
Bring your floors back to life with good sand and finish the on-site job. Custom floors achieved with on-site installations. Custom colored stains by Bona Stains. Custom-designed hardwood floors.
Rift-sawing is a woodworking process that aims to produce lumber that is less vulnerable to distortion than flat sawn lumber. Rift-sawing may be done strictly along a log’s radials—perpendicular to the annular growth ring orientation or wood grain—or as part of the quarter sawing process. By definition, quarter sawn lumber is the angle that the annular growth rings intersect the face of the board. When cutting this lumber at the sawmill, each log is sawed at a radial angle into four quarters, hence the name. After that, each quarter is then plain sawn.
What is the difference between a chevron pattern and a herringbone?
The main difference between the Herringbone pattern and the Chevron pattern is that the end of the Herringbone planks are cut at a 90-degree angle, while the end of the Chevron planks are cut in a different angle.
Hand scraped wood flooring is an extremely popular wood flooring option with anyone seeking something just a little bit different. This type of wood flooring, as the name suggests is wood flooring which has been made to look old, somewhat distressed and worn, using a technique called hand scraping.
What are hardwood inlays?
Hardwood floor medallions, inlays for new and existing floors. You may customize any floor medallion with elements from other flooring medallions or borders. Floor wood inlays are an elegant and easy way to beautify the existing floor.
Flush mount floor registers sit flush with 3/4” hardwood flooring. Each frame is grooved on the outside to accommodate most 3/4” tongue and groove flooring. It is recommended that this floor register be installed during the installation of your hardwood floor.
Recoat for a longer floor lifetime. Your customers work hard to ensure their wood floors look beautiful, but over time, the finish is slowly worn down by the friction of daily foot traffic. If the necessary steps to properly maintain them are not met, eventually, bare wood will be exposed requiring a complete refinish. Every few years floors can be recoated to maintain their protective layer with the Recoat System. This proven recoat process safely removes contaminants from the floor, rinses the floor clean, and refortifies the wood floor with a new coat of Bona Traffic® or Bona Traffic HD®. You can have a new coat of finish that restores the beauty and prolongs the life of their wood floor.
In most households, wood floors should be cleaned at least four to six times a year. Professional cleaning is the best way to deep clean hardwood floors and has been perfected by Bona to extract dirt and grime from your floors while being perfectly safe for your family and your home.
Glitsa Clean is an excellent cleaner for wood floors and other interior wood surfaces. Glitsa Clean contains no surface-dulling oils that collect dust and dirt, nor does it contain any waxy polishes that may cause buildup on the surface of your floor finish.
Tile is a great way to change your space up with pops of color or neutral colors. Whatever your pallet we can help you achieve the look you are wanting. Backsplashes, walls, and floors!
Install beautiful new floors using luxury vinyl planks. Get the look of tile & wood. Water-resistant, waterproof & beautiful.
The classic elegance and intricate detail of small stones combined with the simplicity of a panel system give this stone the appearance of a precision hand-laid dry-stack set. This stone type makes installation easy for expansive walls and column fascias alike.
Pre-finished wood can be solid wood or engineered wood. Makes an easy installation without the dust.
Prefinished hardwood flooring involves hardwood planks that have been factory-finished before being sold in stores. This factory finish includes sanding, staining, and coating the hardwood with polyurethane, which is a finish that is commonly used to protect hardwood floors from scratches and spills. When you purchase unfinished wood flooring, you will need to go through the steps of sanding, staining, and coating the wood with a finish on your own.
Seasoned remodelers know the deal: Making one design decision leads to what seems like a million other to-dos. (So you want tile in your kitchen? What color tile? What pattern? How much will you need?) It’s certainly true when it comes to your staircase. You might have penciled it onto the blueprints, but that’s just the beginning. We’re not even talking about the style of the steps or the risers or the banister here. No, the first thing you’ll need to think about is the actual shape of the staircase. Read on to see eight popular types of stairs, ranging from no-frills to in-your-face elaborate. Bring your favorites to your architect and contractor to discuss what makes the most sense for your home.
They say that Rome wasn’t built in a day—and neither was your dream home. If we’re being totally honest, very few domestic endeavors compare to the time, energy, and sometimes stress of tackling a home remodel| renovation.
No matter which term you use, We will be there every step of the way. From starting with a plan, a design, choosing products, and installation.