What Flooring is Best for Me?
The following information is provided for a general guide to flooring. If you have any questions on what type of flooring is best for your renovation project or new home build, please call us to discuss your options.
Engineered Hardwood is resistant to temperature change, suitable for use over in-floor heating and offers a reduced eco-footprint. Construction of this material consists of three to ten glued layers, including a moisture resistant top layer for durability, easy maintenance and scratch resistance.
You have literally hundreds of species to choose from with this product – each with its own characteristic colour, texture and style. White Oak creates a traditional wood floor look with many variations in colour. European Oak absorbs stain very well, highlighting delicate grain patterns. Hickory heartwood suggests a farmhouse or Craftsman architectural style. Domestic Walnut ranges from a dark, rich brown to purplish black. These floors create a stunning soft ambiance. For design eloquence, match your flooring to the moldings in your home.
Carpet by Aspire Floors can create a quiet room that is soft on the feet and easy to clean. Every colour is available to match your home’s palette from new trends in soft greys to designs that add artistic elements to any room in the house. Our displays and catalogues will give you inspiration for your renovations and home design planning.
Ask us about our Stainmaster – PetProtect Collection for worry-free carpet maintenance if you have pets in your home. This carpet can resist the most difficult pet stains and pet hair and dander is easy to vacuum.
The Green Label Plus Certification is your assurance that you are purchasing the lowest VOC-emitting product on the market today and is proudly made in Canada. The warranties are incredible on carpets with this certification, including 20-years fade resistance and lifetime soil resistance.
Our Mainstreet collection is a perfect choice for commercial carpet installations in board and conference rooms, hotels and apartment buildings for greater noise control and easy maintenance. These carpets are made with Nyluxe nylon – a superior product exclusively by Beaulieu Canada, one of our main brands.
Vinyl Flooring is popular for kitchens and bathroom installations. Water and stain resistant, vinyl flooring is easy to clean, durable for heavy foot traffic, and economical to install. It also reduces noise and comes in a broad range of patterns to match your taste. Vinyl flooring can be installed over plywood or smooth concrete, making it a great choice for basements.
- Engineered Luxury Vinyl
- Luxury Vinyl
- Sheet Vinyl
Laminate is a great choice for active households and comes in many different finishes, colour and patterns. Laminate flooring is scratch and water resistant, super durable and economical. This flooring material is suitable for use over in-floor heating systems and comes in amazing finishes that add realism to your floor. Available in several patterns, hand scraped texturing, mat finishing and stone embossed planks.
Tiles have been used in flooring since antiquity, and continue to be a popular choice for new home builds and commercial architectural design. Modern manufacturers have developed flooring and wall tiles in ceramic, porcelain, glass, metal and natural stone that add stunning elements when applied. Each tile material has its own unique qualities to match the demands of the underlying architecture, and to increase the aesthetic and economic value of any room they inspire. Tiles rely heavily on the expertise of skilled tile setters; we understand the techniques required for each tile product and have the experience to complete complex installations.
Come & Visit Our Showroom
A flooring trend is to use eco-sensitive manufacturing materials, certified for superior air quality and healthy living. We invite you to call us or come into our showroom in Kelowna for inspiration and a consultation with our knowledgeable staff. Our goal is to serve our customers with the best flooring available in the industry, from residential homeowners to general contractors and commercial building managers.