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COMMERCIAL FLOORINR SERVICES

R&R COMMERCIAL FLOORING SERVICES

CARPET

SOLID HARDWOOD FLOORING

A solid hardwood floor is the most traditional wood floor. It is the only wood floor that is permanent. Solid flooring is ¾ inch thick. This is the only flooring we consider “Real.”

PREFINISHED HARDWOOD FLOORING

Solid prefinished floors are usually ¾ inch thick. The main advantage to these floors is that they are real, but no sanding is required in house. This is popular for home owners that live in their homes and do not want to be out of the house during sanding and finishing.

ENGINEERED FLOORING

Engineered flooring is several layers of plywood with a veneer of real wood on the top. The advantages and disadvantages of this product are very similar to solid prefinished flooring. The main exceptions are that they are more competitively priced.

LAMINATE FLOORING

Laminate flooring is not hardwood or engineered. This product is a veneer of Formica type material on a composite substrate, with a printed pattern that resembles wood.

TILE

SOLID HARDWOOD FLOORING

A solid hardwood floor is the most traditional wood floor. It is the only wood floor that is permanent. Solid flooring is ¾ inch thick. This is the only flooring we consider “Real.”

PREFINISHED HARDWOOD FLOORING

Solid prefinished floors are usually ¾ inch thick. The main advantage to these floors is that they are real, but no sanding is required in house. This is popular for home owners that live in their homes and do not want to be out of the house during sanding and finishing.

ENGINEERED FLOORING

Engineered flooring is several layers of plywood with a veneer of real wood on the top. The advantages and disadvantages of this product are very similar to solid prefinished flooring. The main exceptions are that they are more competitively priced.

LAMINATE FLOORING

Laminate flooring is not hardwood or engineered. This product is a veneer of Formica type material on a composite substrate, with a printed pattern that resembles wood.

HARDWOOD

SOLID HARDWOOD FLOORING

A solid hardwood floor is the most traditional wood floor. It is the only wood floor that is permanent. Solid flooring is ¾ inch thick. This is the only flooring we consider “Real.”

PREFINISHED HARDWOOD FLOORING

Solid prefinished floors are usually ¾ inch thick. The main advantage to these floors is that they are real, but no sanding is required in house. This is popular for home owners that live in their homes and do not want to be out of the house during sanding and finishing.

ENGINEERED FLOORING

Engineered flooring is several layers of plywood with a veneer of real wood on the top. The advantages and disadvantages of this product are very similar to solid prefinished flooring. The main exceptions are that they are more competitively priced.

LAMINATE FLOORING

Laminate flooring is not hardwood or engineered. This product is a veneer of Formica type material on a composite substrate, with a printed pattern that resembles wood.

SPECIALTY FLOORING

R&R CUSTOMS

The term Specialty Floors is just another way of saying floor surfaces designed with a specific set of practical conditions and applications in mind. These kinds of spaces may be commercial spaces, or even ones you’re looking to create in a residence. Some common examples might include gyms, weight rooms, yoga studios, garages, lobby’s, machine shops, and more.

PREFINISHED HARDWOOD FLOORING

Solid prefinished floors are usually ¾ inch thick. The main advantage to these floors is that they are real, but no sanding is required in house. This is popular for home owners that live in their homes and do not want to be out of the house during sanding and finishing.

ENGINEERED FLOORING

Engineered flooring is several layers of plywood with a veneer of real wood on the top. The advantages and disadvantages of this product are very similar to solid prefinished flooring. The main exceptions are that they are more competitively priced.

LAMINATE FLOORING

Laminate flooring is not hardwood or engineered. This product is a veneer of Formica type material on a composite substrate, with a printed pattern that resembles wood.