Carpet offers much more than other flooring choices. Wood, vinyl, and tile can’t touch the versatility, comfort and style that carpet delivers. It’s simply a great foundation for your feet and your room décor.
From traditional…to trendsetting. Tiles have proven the test of time. A popular flooring choice for centuries, they have more than proven their longevity and esthetic values. Offering an amazing array of design flooring possibilities, tile will make a stylish and dramatic impact within any room.
If you are looking for an alternative to hardwood or laminate, cork is a viable and excellent option. In addition to its environmental benefits, there are many practical advantages to cork flooring. Cork is waterproof, and the natural waxy substance inherent in cork, called suberin, makes it mold and mildew resistant.
There is no other material that surpasses the elegance, quality and aesthetic appeal of Granite. Virtually indestructible, granite countertops are scratch, stain and heat resistant. This makes them ideal for perfect kitchen countertop and bathroom vanity surfaces.
Hardwood offers a wide variety of design options. Hardwood has a character that really shines through…and there’s a hardwood for every look – from smooth, glossy traditional strips to wide, weathered planks. Having been around for thousands of years, the esthetic qualities and strength of hardwood flooring have more than proven the test of time.
Laminate flooring is one of the fastest growing flooring categories. It combines a realistic impression of wood and tile with an extremely durable finish. These floors have become a popular alternative to real wood and vinyl floors. Today’s laminate puts the style in lifestyle.
Remnants are a great solution for the budget conscious consumer with a small area to cover.
Arnprior Floor Covering has a large selection of carpet and vinyl remnants in-store to choose from at great prices!
Nothing brings style, durability and comfort together quite like today’s vinyl. And talk about affordability. That flooring in your kitchen may look like expensive hardwood. But it’s vinyl. Yes, vinyl allows you to incorporate the look and feel of tile, hardwood or stone into your décor without the cost.
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