Hard Surface Flooring
At our Mount Vernon Carpet One Floor & Home showroom, we have a wide selection of Hard Surface Flooring. With so many options to choose from, including vinyl, laminate, hardwood, and tile, it can be difficult to choose. Nonetheless, out wide selection means our sales staff needs to be on their game at all times. With options comes knowledge, and after that comes quality installation.
We may be the experts of hard surface flooring but that doesn’t mean you can’t be. Learn more about all of our hard surface products below.
Hard Surface Flooring Options
Bedroom Flooring: It's only common sense to start from the ground up when decorating your bedroom. Practically speaking, choosing and installing bedroom flooring first means you won't have to move all that bedroom furniture which tends to be heavy. From a design point of view, since the flooring can set the mood for the room, choosing it first will enable you to tie everything together for just the look you desire.
Pet Friendly: You love your pet to death, but he is also ruining your floor. It doesn't have to be that way though with these pet friendly flooring options.
Allergies: Selecting the type of flooring to install in your home is an important decision. This can especially be the case if you suffer from debilitating seasonal allergies. Because you can be affected by pesky allergens from both outdoors and indoors, choosing the right type of flooring is essential.
LVT & Laminate
COREtec: The rumors are true- COREtec has revolutionized luxury vinyl flooring. At our Mount Vernon Carpet One Floor & Home store, we pride ourselves on having the top flooring products for your home, and COREtec won’t disappoint.
Laminate Wood Flooring: At Carpet One in Mount Vernon, WA, we are here to help answer any questions you may have about our flooring products. We've compiled a great resource of FAQ's and our advice about laminate flooring, so take a look! If you have questions about any of our other flooring solutions, please give us a call today.
Hardwood & Humidity
Humidity: Hardwood floors and humidity is never a good combination, and both high humidity levels and low humidity levels can ruin your floors.