offering a wide variety of floor type applications
A traditional choice for homeowners and high-end office spaces – hardwood can make a dramatic visual impact and give your space a feel of class and beauty. Hardwood is a great choice for those looking for a natural, healthy floor finish for their home or office space.
The floor material is made with multi-layers of wood; each layer is positioned in different directions. This prevents the engineered hardwood from bowing and warping the way a hardwood floor typically does in moist areas. Engineered Hardwood gives a natural beauty look to the floor just as a solid hardwood floor does. These floors are easy to clean and maintain.
LUXURY VINYL TILE
Luxury vinyl tile and plank (LVT / LVP), Often marketed as a product that combines the beauty of wood or stone with the durability and convenience of vinyl. With print options like ‘calacatta marble’ from the hills of Italy or ‘acacia wood’ from the red dirt of Australia, you can achieve an elegant look you desire without paying a premium for it. A very popular choice in the world of TI design.
Carpet tiles are extremely durable and versatile materials that come in a multitude of shapes and sizes. They fit together to create wall-to-wall applications or can be installed next to adjacent materials to create area rugs and way-finding spaces. Originally designed as a solution to occupied office flooring replacement, carpet tile has now become a popular choice for hospitality and residential applications as well.
CERAMIC & STONE TILE
Porcelain or Ceramic floor tiles are available in both glazed and unglazed forms, or in Stone. Stone tiles comprise several specific materials, each has a unique property and characteristic.
Polished concrete is fast becoming the ultimate no-wax flooring material. With the proper floor grinding equipment and experience, Aligned Floor Covering can grind concrete surfaces, whether new or old, to a high-gloss finish that never needs waxes or coatings. Factor in the superior durability and performance of concrete, and it's no wonder why more retail, commercial warehouse and office facilities, and even homeowners are catching on to the appeal of these smooth, high-luster floors.
Epoxy flooring is a unique floor material that has steadily grown in popularity. Once a concrete floor has been properly prepped, a resin and a hardening chemical are mixed together. The chemical reaction will turn the mixture into a hard plastic floor over a few days. So the compound is poured onto the concrete and allowed to harden before a second or third layer is applied. This liquid to solid process gives epoxy flooring the ability to be strong, stain-resistant, and more. Its most popular uses are in hospitals, schools, garages, and industrial environments.
Resilient floors are polymer floors engineered for comfort, flexibility and design. You often hear resilient associated with vinyl and Linoleum however can included cork and rubber flooring. Resilient floors are firm, but give or “bounce back” which make them the preferred choice of healthcare and education applications.