Our goal is to help guide you in every step of the design. From the width of the board, to the wood species, texture, color, and grading, we will help design a floor custom to your style.
Engineered hardwood doesn’t require a plywood sub-floor. Engineered flooring can be installed below grade (e.g. in a basement that is below the ground). Note: if there is a moisture issue in the area, hardwood is probably a poor choice, but assuming moisture is not an issue, engineered hardwood is more flexible as to where it can be installed.
Engineered hardwood is often more stable. Because of its layers, it’s often stronger than solid hardwood. And, because the layers are perpendicular to each other, there is usually less expansion and contraction, so it allows for a tighter fit, especially during the winter when it’s more dry. In addition, because it’s more stable, you can often go wider in the planks.
Engineered flooring can be installed over radiant heat.
Hardwood flooring is constructed with 100% hardwood and each plank is a single solid piece. It generally is 3/4″ in thickness.
Hardwood floors can last for generations. This long-lasting quality makes them a cost-effective flooring option.
Vinyl flooring is durable and stands up well to heavy foot traffic. It is comfortable under foot and reduces noise, which can be important for owners with kids or pets. It is also less expensive than many other flooring options and is easy to install and maintain.
We proudly serve the Tri-State area of Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey including the following:
Connecticut: Norwalk, Darien, Westport, Greenwich, New Canaan, Ridgefield
New York: Rye, Larchmont, Scarsdale, Bedford, Mamaroneck, Pound Ridge.