C&H Flooring – Retail and Commercial flooring Sales and Installation
Our flooring experts in Longview, Texas, are proud to offer professional advice and assistance with every detail of your remodeling process. C & H Flooring provides the industry’s best flooring and installation practices necessary for complete commercial and residential spaces. In addition, we sell quality Residential and Commercial Flooring using the finest natural and synthetic materials.
Best Selection of Quality Flooring Solutions in East Texas
Our expertise in helping you decide which type of flooring will work best for you sets us apart. We offer a large, curated selection of carpet, vinyl flooring, hardwood, and stone, ensuring we have the luxury vinyl option to match any project. Are you going for the classic luxury of original stone? Choose gorgeous large tiles in a white marble or travertine look. Want to let the light in? A light driftwood style in white or gray vinyl plank will bring an open, airy feel to any space. We can provide vinyl in tile, plank, and sheet formats. Our carpet choices may seem endless; however, we can help you narrow it down to just the right match for your custom environment.
Examples of Flooring Choices in East Texas
The floor is the largest surface in the home, and picking the best type of flooring for your space depends on your budget, lifestyle, and personal tastes. Each type has unique benefits, and determining which Flooring is best depends on each room’s needs and location. The experts at C&H Flooring can help you with every aspect of your design.
Popular flooring options include wood, engineered flooring materials, vinyl, tile, and carpet.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Vinyl flooring is highly water-resistant and won’t sustain damage even if the water sits on the surface for an extended time. Composed of plastic, it’s available in plank, tile, and sheet form.
Hardwood flooring comes from a solid piece of milled wood and contains solid wood throughout. Popular hardwood varieties include maple, oak, walnut, and cherry. Its versatility and quality make it a desirable flooring option for many home buyers.
Carpet is a favorite flooring option for homeowners, especially in bedrooms. It comes in a variety of colors, materials, and textures. Carpet technology has improved over the years, and modern carpets have stain-resistant qualities. It’s also the most cost-effective flooring option on the market.
Engineered Wood Flooring
Engineered wood flooring offers the look of natural wood at a more affordable price than solid wood. The floor features a thin layer of hardwood bonded over a high-quality plywood substrate. It’s as durable as solid hardwood flooring and can last as long with proper care.
Tile flooring is a popular choice for moisture-prone areas like bathrooms and kitchens. The most common tile materials are ceramic or porcelain. Tile is water-resistant, durable, and comes in various styles and colors. Tile will add value to a home and is very durable. The installation is somewhat more complex, but the results can be stunning.
Laminate is an affordable flooring option for homeowners who prefer an alternative to carpet but want to avoid the cost of hardwood or tiles. We have a large selection of options in the Laminate Flooring department and can install it in a timely manner. The floors contain a particleboard wood base topped by wood or tile photo beneath a transparent plastic protective layer.
Laminate Flooring is one of the most inexpensive ways to decorate a floor and is very easy to clean. The surface is usually scratch-resistant, and with Laminate Flooring, there are many styles.
Natural stones, such as granite, marble, travertine, and sandstone, are popular flooring choices for both indoor and outdoor spaces. Like ceramic and porcelain, stone is extremely durable and waterproof. Stone is a bold, elegant choice for interior or exterior applications and can be used in a kitchen or bath, and is waterproof.
Linoleum is a durable, eco-friendly flooring option made from linseed oil and cork. Linoleum flooring is affordable and easy to install. The Flooring comes in sheet form and a variety of colors and styles. It is resilient (made with elastic materials) and can last for decades if cared for properly. The downsides are that it is easy to dent or cut, and the colors tend to fade over time. It is also not suitable for moisture-prone areas.