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Best service red stampLet me guess … you want a good deal on new flooring? And you’re wondering what is the best flooring for me that money can buy? There are plenty of places you can find information about flooring. But if you want honest answers with experienced guidance … Ask For Bill.

Service is my calling card. My goal is to help my clients find the best products, at the best value, and to assist you in selecting your dream flooring! A flooring purchase is a big project for most folks, and I want to make that process go smoothly from the beginning, as we select samples, all the way through the completion of the installation. I am there every step of the way, and you have my direct contact information, including my personal cell phone number. My goal is your complete satisfaction and together we will walk through this process . If you like personal service … one of a kind service …  Ask For Bill!

Carpet

When it is all said and done, what are the most important factors when choosing a carpet? For most people who have had carpet, “uglying” out is public enemy number one. We’ve all seen staining, soiling, crushing and matting. So what can be done to help prevent this? It’s a combination of things: fiber type, amount of fiber used per square foot, density of pile and twists per inch are all important factors. We will discuss all the factors and determine which solution will best meet your needs and budget. Ask me about our carpet starting at $1.59 a sq. ft. installed! In stock and available for immediate installation!

These are the basic types of carpet pile fibers:

  • Nylon: The most common carpet material. It’s the strongest fiber, making it an excellent choice for heavy traffic areas. It’s also the most durable of the synthetics, easy to clean and maintain. Nylon is soil- and mildew-resistant, resilient and non-allergenic.
  • Olefin (polypropylene): Olefin’s is resistant to water-based stains. It also stays true to color and is resistant to static electricity. Olefin is resistant to moisture, making it the primary fiber used in indoor/outdoor carpet.
  • Polyester: You will find that Polyester is luxurious and soft. It has inherent and permanent stain resistance, and the ability to produce bright colors. Other features include good abrasion resistance, fade resistance and cleanability.
  • Triexta: Also known for being soft, Triexta has excellent colorfastness and is good for producing bright colors. It is stain resistant. Other features include durability, resistance to fading, cleanability, texture retention and resiliency.

Hard Surfaces

Most folks ask me … is this “hard” wood? And they’re concerned if the wood will scratch. Hardwood has a finish on the surface that protects the wood. These finishes most often are referred to as urethanes or polyurethanes, and remain on the surface of the wood to form a protective coating. So how “hard” the wood is does not affect if the surface finish can scratch. These and other hardwood questions are what I am here to help you figure out to make the best decision for your living circumstances.

Types of Hardwood:

  • Solid Wood Floors are one solid piece of wood and are generally 3/4″ thick. Hardwood Floors are produced from domestic and exotic hardwood including red & white oak, American cherry, hickory, maple, and Brazilian cherry and are available in several widths.
  • Engineered Wood Floors are produced by laminating several hardwood plies together to form the planks. Most engineered hardwood floors can be glued–down, stapled–down or floated over a variety of subfloors including wood, dry concrete slabs and some types of existing flooring.

Other Hard Surfaces:

  • Laminate flooring is a great option for a hard surface for many rooms in your home. With many design options from tile to hardwood, laminate is known to be very scratch resistant and easy to care for. Laminate wood construction is made of four layers of materials, that when fused together, create not only durable but beautiful floors.
    1. Wear layer – A clear, top layer that provides resistance to stains and fading
    2. Design layer – A high resolution, highly-detailed photographic image that realistically captures the look of genuine wood
    3. Inner core – high-density fiberboard (HDF) made from wood fibers fused with resin. HDF is an engineered wood product that’s strong, hard and dense, and keeps the laminate board stable, flat and moisture resistant.
    4. Backing – A moisture barrier backing that protects the floor from warping
  • Sheet Vinyl is composed of four layers: a protective urethane top coat, a protective clear vinyl layer, a printed design layer, and a felt or fiberglass backing. Vinyl flooring is available in sheets, tiles and planks. Sheets generally come in 6- or 12-foot-wide rolls. Sheet vinyl can often be installed seamlessly, making it ideal in rooms with moisture. It comes in a range of colors and designs, including styles that mimic tile and wood.

 

Contact Bill Iampieri Jr.

Call Bill: 1-410-988-2834

Mailing address:
8775 Centre Park Drive #119
Columbia, MD 21045

Email:
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