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Which flooring products are right for you?

When it comes time to refloor your home, it’s obvious you’re going to have to consider your options in available flooring products. You’ll need something that is able to stand up to the specific amount of foot traffic you regularly have, the type of wear and tear that will be placed on it, and that will still be pleasant to look at for you and your guests.

Redrock Flooring Designs knows how important your floors are in your home. That’s why we are prepared to always go the extra mile in helping you to find the perfect floor covering for your home. Of all the available materials to choose from, the fact is, some are going to be more suited to your needs than others are. We service the areas of Sedona, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Camp Verde and Flagstaff, with a showroom located in Sedona, AZ. We invite you to stop by anytime to speak with a flooring professional.

Types of flooring products

There are many flooring products to choose from, and at first glance, it might seem like an overwhelming process. If you’re not sure what you’re looking for, that overwhelming feeling can surely grow. But that’s where we come in, and we’ll make sure you get exactly what you need.

But what are your options? Well, we can think of three that make a great floor covering, and are likely to both meet your needs and suit your existing décor all at once.

  • Carpet - Carpet is a great flooring that has overcome a lot of obstacles, thanks to modern manufacturing processes. These days, it’s not all at uncommon to find this material to have stain resistance built right in to the fibers, as well as fibers that are manufactured to be hypoallergenic.
  • Luxury vinyl - This floor covering has the amazing ability to so closely resemble natural resources, that it’s hard to tell it from the “real thing”. It can match the grain, color and texture of solid hardwood, the sleekness of ceramic and porcelain tile, or the grittiness of stone.
  • Laminate - Laminate is another material that has come a long way over the years. It’s still just as beautiful, with the real wood look, and still just as durable as it’s always been. Now, however, you also have the option of choosing waterproof laminate, giving you an all-in-one package you can’t afford to miss.

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