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Durable Flooring

Durable flooring comes in many styles and options – whether you’re choosing carpet, hardwood, laminate, vinyl, tile, or even window treatments. You probably want flooring that can stand up to high traffic and look great doing so. That’s why we've selected highly durable products that are built to last and resist stains, soil, and wear.

Factors to Consider with Durable Flooring

  • How Does the Floor Handle Spills and Stains?
  • Is the Flooring Abrasion Resistant?
  • Does Wear Resistance Matter?
  • Does the Room Have Excess Moisture?

A Flooring Professional can help you choose highly durable flooring, as well as blinds and shades. During your FREE In-Home Estimate, he/she will explain choices to fit your home, budget and lifestyle, so you can enjoy beautiful floors for generations to come.

Recommended Durable Flooring Products


Wear resistance, or how well the carpet stands up to foot traffic, stain, and soiling, is a major factor to consider when selecting a durable carpet for your home. When you consider how much use an area gets on a daily basis, the style of carpet might differ. learn more


Many species of hardwood flooring are designed to be extremely durable, especially for high-traffic homes. Look for protective coatings such as Aluminum Oxide and extended Wear Warranties for the best bet. learn more


Laminate flooring works well in higher traffic areas of your home. It can resist abrasions, stains and fading. It’s also equipped with a multi-layer finish to add enhanced surface protection. learn more


Both ceramic and porcelain tile flooring are extremely tough. From natural stone to wood looks, authentic tile floors are hard to beat in the durability department. learn more

Vinyl Tile

Vinyl tile provides the beautiful look of stone or porcelain tile, and also includes scratch, moisture, mildew, and tear resistance. It’s highly durable and easy to clean, even in rooms with extra foot traffic! learn more

Vinyl Plank

Vinyl plank is also highly durable, looks and feels like real wood, and is friendlier to budgets than solid hardwood or tile. It’s easy to install in any room, even the rooms you frequent the most. learn more

Durable Blinds and Shades

Your options for durable window treatments are many. Choose from resilient fabrics to sturdy, quality construction on both blinds and shades. learn more

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