Hardwood creates a timeless beauty in any home. It is a growing trend not only in style but in health and in investments. Extending from the traditional White Oak to the exotic Brazilian Cherry, Hardwood flooring can match and fit any home color and style.
Hardwood has been shown to create a healthier living environment as opposed to most other flooring alternatives. Its smooth surface hardwood does not trap most allergens such as dust, pollen, and mold. This in turn helps the estimated 50 million Americans who suffer from allergies.
Maintaining hardwood flooring is as simple as vacuuming or sweeping with a soft broom. However, for hardwood to keep its shine and luster, it is recommended to use the appropriate cleaner for your particular hardwood choice with the use of a mop or terry cloth.
Laminate flooring is a multi-layered flooring product that is making its impact in homes as well as the environment. Each layer is made from recycled materials, where the top layer is created to simulate wood. Made to imitate wood, Laminate flooring has helped with keeping popular endangered materials away from homes.
This green flooring option is also a quick and durable solution to your flooring needs. Made so that the pieces can literally click together, this can be done either by a professional or by yourself.
Luxury Vinyl flooring is ideal for keeping those high traffic areas clean and aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Luxury Vinyl flooring is generally made into sheets and tiles but are also made into planks to simulate wood flooring. Luxury Vinyl comes in many different colors, textures, and patters that allow the creative within to express how their home is to be portrayed.
Luxury Vinyl is one of the most durable flooring options in the market. It is also water resistant and the color doesn’t fade. When installed, each tile, sheet, or plank is glued on and like carpet it can go on to a subfloor without having the floor prepped so that it’s leveled.
Warm … quiet … cushy and comfy! Carpet makes a home, well, homier. But it also serves as a striking design element. With so many colors and textures to choose from, there’s one perfectly suited for your budget. Find the carpet that helps you express your unique style.
The benefits of carpet are wall-to-wall.
Think of your inspired choice in carpet as the canvas on which to show off the rest of your home’s design elements. Walls, window treatments, furniture, even artwork can pull visual cues from the carpet you choose as your home’s design foundation. And with today’s stain- and wear-resistant carpets, it is styling you can count on for years to come.
Carpet stands up to foot traffic and resists life’s spills like never before. So, there’s no reason to put off buying new carpet because you have small children or pets. The carpet you buy today is going to keep you smiling in the future.
Today’s carpet manufacturers have your lifestyle in mind, which is why they’re developing the softest, most foot-friendly carpets ever. Advances in fiber, weave and backing technologies have resulted in carpet that brings both durability and refinement to any room.
Figuring out the right shape and size for an area rug can differ with each room in your home. Here at Pruitt’s Flooring not only do we have over hundreds of carpets in different style and shape, but we can help with any questions you may have about area rugs, please consider the following:
There’s good reason area rugs should carpet a room. They’re practical, providing cushion, comfort and warmth over a concrete, tile or wood floor. But they also provide artistic value to a room’s design. Considered artwork for the floor, which acts as the frame, size does matter — and it’s often a big concern for the homeowner unsure of how to create that well-balanced space.
So designers say start with the area rug first. From its design, you can choose colors to paint your walls and find throw pillows and paintings to complete the decor. Just make sure to follow this rule of thumb: The area rug should be a minimum of six inches and no more than two feet away from the wall. When you take into consideration the different uses, shapes and design preferences, other factors weigh in as well.