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Our Flooring Partners:

  • Dixie Home Carpets

    Bring beauty, style and warmth into your home with Dixie Home carpets. Dixie Home offers an array of high fashion, trend setting residential broadloom carpets which includes traditional velvets, contemporary patterns and a wide range of interesting textures all in exciting, fashion forward colors.

  • Congoleum

    Congoleum is the only USA flooring manufacturer that produces solely resilient flooring. This extreme focus on one category of flooring allows Congoleum to be intimately familiar with the most advanced technologies that can be incorporated with resilient sheet, tile and plank floors.

  • Sheet Vinyl by Mannington

    Mannington is known as the leader in style and innovation, particularly when it comes to resilient flooring.  We offer a complete line of wood, stone, and modular designs.  Our flooring patterns come in a wide variety of colors. They are easy to clean and maintain, durable, and stylish.

  • IVC US

    When it comes to choosing home flooring, what’s most important to you?  The look or color?  Whether it’s a wood or a tile?  How easy it is to clean and maintain?  If it’s durable enough to handle your household’s daily challenges?  Perhaps whether or not it will provide long lasting beauty?  All of the above?  Well you’re in luck because IVC US luxury vinyl flooring offers all those qualities and more!

  • Adura & AduraMAX by Mannington

    Adura® & AduraMax offers the look of real wood or tile with the exceptional durability and performance that only a luxury vinyl floor can provide.

    Get the look of wood with Adura®, AduraMAX Plank or the Distinctive Plank Collection which features realistic colors and surface textures in 5”, 6”, and variable-width planks.

    If you prefer tile, choose Adura® Tile, available in 16”x16” squares and new 12”x24” Adura® Rectangles. Design your floor just as you would with real tile by customizing your layout and grouting your floor for a more realistic appearance.

  • COREtec

    COREtec Plus represents the next revolution in luxury vinyl flooring. COREtec Plus is a great alternative to glue down LVT, solid locking LVT, or laminate flooring. The patent-pending* construction of COREtec Plus features our innovative COREtec core structure, which is an extruded core made from recycled wood and bamboo dust, limestone, and virgin PVC.

  • Laminate by Mannington

    Laminate offers beautiful looks that emulate the elegance of porcelain tile and the warmth of hardwood, but with the easy maintenance and super durability of a laminate.  Mannington has the most complete line of wood and tile designs that you’ll find anywhere.  And thanks to our proprietary technologies that produce precise embossing and texturing, it’s like you’re getting flooring in High Def.

  • Quick-Step

    QuickStep® floors offer stylish looks that are built to stay that way. Our residential limited lifetime warranty covers wear, staining and fading, as well as our Uniclic® locking system.

  • Horizon Forest Products

    Horizon Forest Products’ goal is to provide an exceptional customer service experience. With locations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Virginia, Horizon Forest Products will provide better service and ensure that our customers receive the highest quality, most hard-to-find hardwood products available in the market.

    Horizon Forest Products offers customers over 75 years of industry experience and one of the most comprehensive inventories of pre-finished and unfinished hardwood flooring, floor equipment, abrasives, finishes, fasteners, and accessories in the mid-Atlantic Region. We love our customers…and it shows! Give us a call, and we’ll show you why we’ re becoming one of the fastest growing hardwood distributors in the mid-Atlantic Region.

  • Bruce

    ENGINEERED WOOD FLOORING by Bruce

    Engineered wood flooring is built in layers, which makes it more resistant to changes in temperatures and humidity than solid wood. Engineered hardwood flooring can be installed in any room of the home. Browse our engineered hardwood which is available in a broad range of species.

  • Mohawk

    For over 130 years, Mohawk has crafted quality flooring for the American home. We build innovative design into all of our products to make life better…and bring you the best floor possible.

  • Somerset Hardwood Flooring

    Somerset manufactures flooring from the finest natural hardwood resource in America—Appalachian hardwood. With corporate headquarters in Somerset, Kentucky, and manufacturing facilities in central Kentucky, the heart of the Appalachian timberlands, our company is strategically positioned to give you the finest quality.

  • Hardwood Flooring by Mannington

    Designed to reflect the latest trends in American home furnishings and cabintery, Mannington hardwood floors offer beauty, durability, and performance.  And our floors are crafted with care to ensure that you get a floor you’ll love for many years to come.

  • Shaw Tile

    Shaw Tile also presents a dazzling assortment of tiles suitable for any imaginable use. Both floor and wall tile are featured here, often paired. When buying floor tile it is important to consider the use it will have before committing to a finish. Large, shiny tiles are not suitable to areas where people may walk with wet feet, as these are more likely to present a slip hazard than smaller tiles, where the grout lines provide traction, or tiles that are less smooth, where the texture will give the foot something to grip.

  • Marazzi Tile

    Marazzi Tile. Another thing to notice when shopping for any tile is a how resistant to abrasion it is. Tiles for different uses require different resistance factors. The PEI table is used to define the categories of of abrasion resistance.

    P.E.I. ( Porcelain Enamel Institute) WEAR RATING
    Group I: Tiles suitable only for residential / commercial walls.
    Not suitable and/or recommended for foot traffic
    Group II:Tiles suited to general light residential traffic, except kitchens, entrance halls, and other areas subjected to continuous foot traffic.
    Group III: Tiles suited for all residential and light commercial areas such as offices, reception areas and boutiques.
    Group IV: Tiles suited for residential, medium commercial and light institutional applications such as restaurants, hotels, hospital lobbies and corridors.
    Group V Tiles suitable for heavy traffic both residential and heavy commercial applications such airports, malls and subways.

  • Interceramic Tile

    Interceramic also has a wide variety from which to choose. Among the options is their High Density Ceramic, the newest alternative to porcelain tile. With a vast array of styles, colors and decorative pieces suitable for commercial and residential floor applications, Interceramic’s HD Ceramic provides the benefits of porcelain tile at a lower cost.

  • Florida Tile

    Florida Tile has a fine selection of tiles that usually includes some inexpensive tiles that are perfect for residential use. Tile floors can be very inviting in a beach house where they evoke a feeling of the Mediteranean. Their simple upkeep is ideal for a casual beach life. For glazed tile, simply sweep or vaccuum with a soft brush. Mopping may be required from time to time, but the tile will not stain. If an epoxy grout is used, the grout will also remain stain- free. Unglazed tiles will absorb some stains as they are used and will develop a patina over time.

  • Conestoga Tile

    Conestoga Tile has a very broad selection of tiles in many patterns and colors. When looking at Conestoga – or any other tile – look for a rating for the degree of color variation the tiles will contain. Tiles with a high variation of colors may have very dramatic differences of colors in a single box. Those with a low degree of variation will have tiles which are virtually identical, though there will be very small differences from box to box. Your installer will blend tiles from several boxes while installing to be sure that differences are well-blended throughout the project. Be careful that you select a tile with a color variation that is in line with the project you have in mind.

  • American Olean Tile

    American Olean tile is a name that is well known to those who design interior spaces with tiles. The American Olean display has a good variety of tiles in varying hardness, size and composition to help you find what you need for your design needs. Some of the porcelain tiles have color that goes all the way through, “through-body” porcelain tile. These tiles will wear extremely well and any small chips will be less noticable because the body of the tile is the same color as the surface. Because they are unglazed, they also have greater slip-resistance. On the other hand, they may be more difficult to clean than glazed porcelain.

  • Shaw Carpet

    Shaw Clear Touch has R2X stain resistance. R2X is resistance times two. R2x application yields total fiber coverage. The yarn is treated from top to bottom, instead of just the surface, so any absorption from the base is minimized. The increased repellency of R2X keeps liquid stains on the face of the carpet where they can be easily removed. Stains do not penetrate to the back of the carpet and do not wick back up to the surface after initial cleaning.

  • Mohawk Carpet SmartStrand

    Mowhawk SmartStrand with DuPont Sorona carpets provide superior stain protection, even for pet urine and bleach. DuPont Sorona is a renewably sourced polymer. With Sorona, the stain resistance is built right into the entire fiber. It is part of the Sorona DNA. Since it is not a topical application, it won’t wash or wear off like typical stain treatments often do. The Sorona Polymer also has a unique kinked crystal structure that gives it the resilience to allow your carpet to resist the crushing and matting that can occur with other carpets.

    Mohawk Wunda Weve carpets are made only from the best components, so every aspect is of superior quality. Wear-Dated fiber with Scotchgard Protector Advanced Repel Technology combines enduring performance with impressive stain resistance, so you can relax more while enjoying your space. Stainmaster carpets maintain their reputation for stain resistance, texture, and color; with Wunda Weve’s superb styling, they offer all you’ve ever wanted. But the outstanding quality doesn’t stop with the fibers. Wunda Weve also offers OptiBack backing, which resists buckling and delamination, to provide you with even greater peace of mind.

  • Dream Weaver Carpet

    Dream Weaver has proprietary PureColor solution-dyed fiber which is superior to traditional piece-dyed fibers in that the color penetrates the fiber.  The carpet won’t fade from prolonged exposure to harsh sunlight and won’t wear, even in high-traffic areas and has built-in soil resistance. Additionally this carpet resists staining, even from things like red wine, chocolate and pet stains.  Dream Weaver Carpet also offers PureBac, the first premium backing system on the PureColor Fiber system and is applied to select Dream Weaver styles.  PureBac offers flexibility and dimensional stability, has NO latex which increases the ease of installation.

  • Engineered Floors

    The Engineered Floors family of brands provides flooring for homeowners, builders and commercial spaces. Brands in this line are Dream Weaver (residential carpet), Dwellings (carpet for builders) , Engineered Floors (multi-family market), Pentz (commercial flooring) and Engineered Floors Hard Surfaces (residential engineered flooring).

  • Southwind Carpet & Hard Surface

    Southwind Carpet & Hard Surfac offers both a wide variety of carpet and hard surface flooring products, including luxury vinyl plank, hardwood and authentic tile. Southwind provides a complete range of residential and Main Street commercial carpets throughout the U.S. and abroad, proudly made in the U.S.A.