Hardwood flooring 


We only sell and install Canadian hardwood floors

The very latest trend, which has been in full swing since about 2012 is hardwood installed on the upper hallway.

While most would prefer to have hardwood flooring installed thoughout thier enire house, having hardwood flooring just in the hallway is more economical. 

Not to mention, the bedrooms are less travelled, therefore not many will even know if you have hardwood or carpet anyhow. SO what the average guest will see is beautiful hardwood stairs and an equally stuning hardwood floor in the hallway.


Another trend that has not only been  holding its own, but is  actually increasing in popularity is Hardwood floors installed in the kitchen. To some having hardwood floors installed in a kitchen just doesn't seem  practical, especially when  considering sources like a refrigerator, dishwasher and kitchen sink plumbing.

In reality, if you were to leave standing water on any flooring surface, the water will eventually compromise the sub-floor. In order to access the sub-floor, the finished floor must be removed regardless. This holds true, unless you have one piece linoleum flooring of course. Unfortunately linoleum went out of style with bean bag chairs. If proper care is taken upon a discovery of a leak or spill, hardwood floors in a kitchen works wonderfully.





Floating floors come in many shapes and sizes

The options are plentiful when choosing a floating floor.

Floating floors do not need to be fastened in any way. They are "Clicked" together locking them firmly in place. They only need an underlay to minimize airborne and foot traffic noise.

Once a "Floating Floor" has been completely installed and locked together, you will never know that your floor is actually floating. As long as the installer knows what he/she is doing, a floating floor is as stable as can be.


Engineered hardwood flooring

Engineered hardwood with "Spring-lock system"

Engineered hardwood is a great choice when considering a floating floor. If you are looking for a real hardwood floor to be installed over a concrete substrate, like a basement or a condominium, then Engineered hardwood should be on the top of your priority list.

Engineered hardwood flooring is comprised of a real solid hardwood top layer, followed by an offset tongue and groove layer in the centre, finishing off with the bottom or backing layer which is plumb (vertically level) with the top layer. Each layer typically has the same dimensions, which ensured that the tongue and groove line up perfectly once milled.



Bamboo flooring

Tiger-wood Bamboo click flooring


Environmentally speaking, Bamboo floors are by far the flooring material of choice. And we can tell you, aesthetically speaking  they no longer take a back seat to Hardwood floors.

You will not find distinctive characteristics in stand and woven bamboo floating floors, like you will see with Oak hardwood floors, for example. Instated you will find a more sleeker look, more like maple hardwood.

Strand and woven is a very popular choice not only in condominiums and basements, but looks beautiful in all levels of the home. Bamboo floating floors can be installed over just about any substrate.




Laminate flooring


Tiger-wood Bamboo click flooring

When facing the decision of choosing the material for your new wood floor, if finances are a key factor, laminate floating floors is the sure winner. That "used" to mean, lowering your standards aesthetically. Not anymore. You can beautifully and economically install a laminate floor anywhere in your home, over any substrate.

Laminate flooring is made using Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF). Which is the same material that much of our furniture is made from. It's very durable. We can provide laminate that will suit any ones taste, and that carries a 25 year warranty.