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Residential and commercial carpet
- Designed with comfort in mind first.
- Residential carpeting typically has taller pile and a fairly loose loop design; combined with a top rated carpet pad and this will produce the plush feel that homeowners want from their flooring.
Because different carpet fibers have different characteristics, homeowners need to understandwhat it is made of. This is one of the most important things to consider when selecting the rightcarpet for your home. While there are no right or wrong answers when it comes to deciding which carpet fiberto choose, the type of fiber you choose will determine how long your carpet will last.
- Durability and economy are the most important priorities when producing commercial flooring.
- Commercial material generally has a short pile and tight looping, providing it with the density needed to spring back under pressure.
- Commercial carpeting can also be cut in a larger variety of sizes and is generally less expensive, so it is easier to incorporate into an expansive floor plan.
Sand and prefinished hardwood
- Prefinished floors offer more style and color options than ever before.
- Less mess than sand on site flooring, plus you can use it right away!
Sand on Site Hardwood
- Sand on site offers greater options with specific colors, textures & width;
- The better option if you are matching/ adding to other areas of your home.
Sports & Multi-functional Commercial Flooring
- Designed to work for all kinds of people performing all kinds of activities.
- Many options of colors, patterns, textures and thicknesses.
Depending on your needs, Interiors of Colorado can advise you on the best options.
Tile: floor, wall, backsplash
- Ceramic tile is manufactured through the process of heating and cooling natural clay and minerals. To achieve the desired look and feel, ceramic floor tiles come in a wide array of colors, sizes, shapes, textures, and finishes.
- Ceramic is the most common tile found in homes today & the most cost effective. Ceramic floor tile wears well, provides good traction, is essentially water and stain proof and easy to maintain using almost any cleaning chemical. As such, it can be installed in any room without any particular concerns.
- Nearly unlimited color and pattern choices are available making ceramic a versatile tile flooring, although it can look a bit “manufactured” or “plastic.
- Porcelain is a variety of ceramic tile that is certified by The Porcelain Tile Certification Agency (PTCA) as being either porcelain or not. Porcelain is manufactured tile from natural clay & is created by heating more refined clay to higher temperatures creating a denser floor tile that can be used indoors and outdoors.
- Porcelain is harder and more durable than ceramic… almost like stone. Porcelain also provides a better imitation of marble, travertine or other stone patterns, colors and textures.
- Like ceramic, porcelain tile is nearly impossible to stain, scratch resistant and easy to maintain. Install it anywhere you like.
- Porcelain is a better candidate for high moisture areas like next to bathtubs and showers.
- The fastest growing category in tile comes in both ceramic and porcelain. This wood like tile mimics the warmth and feel of natural wood but is much easier to maintain and more durable than natural wood. Our wood look tile can fit any design style.
- Like other tiles, glass tiles can come in regular geometric shapes and (generally hand-made) irregular shapes. While geometric shapes are used as field or border tile or decorative inserts, irregular pieces are most practically used in traditional mosaics and as decorative inserts.
- Glass offers so many options for finishes, colors & even textures! Plus, there are eco-friendly recycled products available too!
- Glass helps to make the interior of a room larger as it reflects light and keeps rooms brighter for extended period of time.
- Excellent choice for outdoor areas & high traffic indoor areas.
- Quarry tile has a rough surface, which means that it is perfect for flooring because it provides a good grip.
- “Natural Stone” refers to a number of products quarried from the earth.
- These products include Granite, Marble, Limestone, Travertine, Slate, Quartzite, Sandstone, Adoquin, Onyx, and others.
- Each stone has unique characteristics and maintenance requirements.
Vinyl & Laminate: sheet, tile, planking
- This Means: Superior resistance to moisture. You could submerge vinyl flooring in water for days, with no ill effect.
- Features: Forget the ugly vinyl tiles of the past. Plank shapes that are long and narrow, mimicking real wood boards; “click” joinery, allowing adjoining boards to snap together; and improved embossing techniques, vinyl flooring is gaining in popularity once again.
- 100% plastic
- This Means: Reasonably moisture resistant if planks remain firmly locked together. Will not be resistant to water in the event of flooding, such as dishwasher overflow.
- Features: Laminate flooring gained its foothold on the modern home–especially kitchens–for one reason: it was the first truly wood-look flooring that homeowners could install by themselves.
- 99% wood product.
- Cork flooring is a good option for play areas or commercial spaces.
- Suberin, a natural ingredient in cork, works as a mold inhibitor and it has natural insulation properties that can help reduce heating costs.
- Cork is a sensible solution for both their sustainability and comfort.
- Bamboo flooring that is of high quality will wear as well and last about as long as traditional hardwood floors.
- Bamboo is considered to be much more sustainable than traditional hardwood.
- Bamboo is natural product, has low maintenance and is SOMEWHAT water resistant.
- Bamboo can also be re-finished!