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I have worked with this team specifically on multiple projects in the past and they have always been good to work with. They are fair, understanding and install quality work.
Balfour Beatty Construction
The team was helpful and never hesitated to work to solve any problems that we came across. The installation of materials went very well and they did a good job of meeting the schedule.
(When asked how the flooring looked after installation)
AT&T Performing Arts Center
Despite the complexity of the project (60,000-yard furniture lift job in 7 weeks), you made my life easy. Thank You!
Resilient is just that... resilient.
Resilient flooring is simply artificial composite floors such as rubber, plastic, PVC, linoleum and vinyl that have some give or will flex without cracking. Basically, if it is not fuzzy or hard, it is called resilient.
Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT)
High quality, high-performance vinyl composition tile. Known for its affordability and durability.
- Pro: Affordable
- Con: Long-term maintenance cost
- Best Use: Insets, borders, custom logos, high traffic, low visibility, institutions, cafeterias, K-12.
Sheet Vinyl: Continuous roll of vinyl flooring.
- Pro: Limitless design and pattern
- Con: Damage, difficult to repair & install
- Best Use: Medical
Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT):
High-resolution floor designs, often replicating natural materials such as wood or stone, in a resilient, easy to install and easy to maintain structure. LVT is manufactured in tile and plank formats.
- Pro: New design choices can replicate the look of more expensive products
- Con: “Low maintenance” angle is over-sold
- Best Use: Areas where you want high design for less cost.
- Pro: Strong, tough, resilient
- Con: Abrasive liquids can cause discoloration. Often not maintained correctly.
- Best Use: Sports floor, commercial, high-traffic areas, areas where people are on their feet for long periods of time
- Pro: Easy to maintain, keeps color, long life cycle
- Con: Can change color with prolonged exposure to light
- Best Use: Institutional floor, commercial high traffic areas
Cork flooring is made from the bark of a cork tree and provides a very unique look. When cork is dented, it will often return to its original shape over time.
- Pro: Soft and yielding underfoot, noise insulation
- Con: Gets scratches, easy to damage, can be dented
- Best Use: For locations with children or elderly