Flooring in a New Home

Choosing flooring in a newly built home can be compared to a blank canvas for a homeowner to decide what colors or textures to use in manifesting their ideal look and feel. We had the opportunity to work with our customer to make their vision a reality.

The final choice for the main living areas was Mohawk laminate style Chateau Vista color Canyon Echo Oak. Laminate flooring is an excellent choice for active homes with kids, cats, and dogs. Laminate flooring is also easy to maintain, a must for any active home.

In the areas vulnerable to water a more resilient product was needed, Armstrong Alterna Athenian Travertine color Honey Onyx  was used for the kitchen/laundry areas and Armstrong Alterna Durango color Cream for the bathrooms. Alterna is an engineered stone tile which means it is a vinyl-limestone composite, this makes it more comfortable than cold hard tile.

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More about Mohawk laminate

From Mohawk’s Website:

“Our selection of laminate flooring, available in hardwood and stone looks, adds sophisticated style to your home for less. Laminate wood flooring is easy to install, easy to clean, and easy to maintain, making it a great choice for the way you live—and for your budget.

Even better, laminate is an environmentally friendly flooring option, often made with recycled materials and requiring no harvesting of rare trees. Laminate floors are exceptionally durable and resistant to both staining and fading, providing worry-free assurance that the floor you love won’t lose its looks.”

More about Armstrong Alterna
From Armstrong’s Website:

“Like stone, ceramic and porcelain, Alterna Engineered Tile flooring is incredibly beautiful and durable. But its comfortable surface makes Alterna warmer to the touch, kinder to your feet, and easier to care for in any room of your home.”