Bay Area Floors & Design is your one stop Carpet One flooring center. They specialize in sales and installation of all types of flooring. Their craftsmanship is truly one of a kind and they go above and beyond to make you, the customer, overjoyed with your new flooring. They are unique because they have full design services and can assist with any custom job as well as maintenance, repairs and offer complimentary in-home estimates.
From the moment you walk into their showroom, their friendly and extremely knowledgeable staff will assist you and point you in the right direction to get your flooring project started. They are by your side throughout the entire process, so any questions that might come up will be quickly addressed. If they are gong to install your flooring, they always offer complimentary measures. When they go out to install, their crews are perfectionists but also work very quickly to minimize the interruption to your lifestyle.
All of their installation crews are employees and not sub contracted out. Most of them have been working there for over 20 years. They stand behind their products and their labor. Every project is backed by a labor warranty and individual manufacturer’s warranty.
Bay Area Floors & Design has been in business for 26 years and service all over Northern California residentially and commercially.
New technology has made flooring more durable, and available in many colors, textures and finishes. So what type of floor covering is right for you?
Carpet. Today’s carpet manufacturers have taken various lifestyles into consideration, resulting in developing the most foot-friendly, softest carpets ever made. Fiber weave and backing advancements in technology have created carpet that combines both refinement and durability. Carpet comes in a variety of colors, patterns and styles and adds a warm feel to any space. Some carpet styles are made specifically for rooms that have heavier foot traffic, while others are made to resist almost any spill.
Hardwood Flooring. Generally, there are two types of hardwood flooring – solid or engineered. Solid hardwood comes in a variety of stains, plank size, edges and gloss. Engineered hardwood on the other hand, is made of 3 to 5 layers laminated together. While engineered hardwood looks like solid hardwood, it is actually more structurally stable and can be used virtually any place hardwood is used.
Laminate. Do you prefer the look of slate, wood or tile? Laminate duplicates the look of more expensive natural flooring, yet it is budget friendly. It is tough, durable and easy to maintain. Laminate is aesthetically pleasing and can make a room pop. It is a great choice for high-traffic areas.
Vinyl. The latest digital designs and cutting-edge technologies have allowed for the possibility of natural- looking textures and greater visual depth in today’s vinyl flooring. Luxury Vinyl Flooring (also known as Luxury Vinyl Tile or LVT) is the newest and most popular floor category in the market today. It’s known for its versatility- getting the look of wood or ceramic for a lot less. It can be used in so many different rooms throughout your home.
Tile. No matter what your architectural or home décor style, there’s a tile solution that will bring your design vision to life. All tile is modular- this allows you to be creative in how you assemble your floor. Tiles can be ceramic, natural stone, porcelain or bamboo. Utilize large floor tiles for a grand look or set tiles at angles to help grow small spaces.
To learn more about the many choices in flooring for your home, you can visit Bay Area Floors & Design Carpet One at 2225 S. El Camino Real in San Mateo or call 650-515-3955. In business for 26 years, their friendly and knowledgeable sales staff can assist you and point you in the right direction to get your flooring project started. They do it all from material to installation and all of their installation crews are employees not sub contractors. In addition, they have full design services and can assist with any custom job as well as maintenance, repairs and complimentary in-home estimates. For additional information you can visit their website at www.bayareafloors.com or email email@example.com.