Flooring Options for Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Arcadia, Scottsdale, & Surrounding Areas
The flooring options today provide countless options for your home, which creates even more questions for customers about what the best flooring options are for living rooms, kitchens, and bath areas. Our flooring experts will help you explore the benefits of each selection for you and your home.
Solid hardwood floors are a classic and elegant flooring option that adds unique character to any space. Wood flooring adds not only to the beauty of a home but to its value as well. With a wide variety of hardwood types—some of the most popular are red and white oak, maple, cherry, white ash, and hickory — hardwood floors can be tailored to your individual taste. Solid wood flooring adds not only to the beauty of a home but to its value as well.
Vinyl Plank Flooring
Vinyl Plank Flooring has become popular over recent years. It looks very much like hardwood flooring with all the advantages as it is waterproof, dog-proof, kid-proof, and it can go anywhere in your home, staircases, floors, walls, etc. Arizona Floors has the largest selection in the valley and we carry 8 different manufacturers and hundreds of samples.
A carpet is a classic option for bedrooms and family rooms. Arizona Floors is Phoenix’s top retailer of carpet. We are certain that we will find for you the carpet that will not only fit your style but also your budget as we have carpet for any type of space including commercial carpet, cut loop, berber loop, saxony, and textured plush carpet.
Arizona Floors carry a huge selection of tile flooring products. The most common floor tile is Ceramic tile. Ceramic tile can be either porcelain or non-porcelain. Traditional ceramic tile is non-porcelain and is made from white, red, and/or brown clay and other minerals. Porcelain ceramic tile is made from clay and minerals as well, but it also contains 50% of a white dust or sand called feldspar. Both can be glazed or unglazed.
We also carry glass tiles. Glass tiles are designed for floors come in a wide variety of sizes. While some people prefer the mosaic look of small one inch tiles, other people prefer larger tiles for floors. Since glass tiles are available in many sizes and shapes, ranging from the small one inch to larger ones, such as those which are eighteen inches in size, there are a lot of design possibilities available when designing a floor.