America Remodeling

Flooring Installation

Flooring Installation

We offer bathroom tile installation, kitchen tile installation, fireplace tile installation, floor tile installation & bathroom tile repair. We follow tile industry standards and use quality tile materials. With a team of qualified sub contractors we are capable of complete kitchen & bathroom remodeling.

As tile installers we have incorporated such materials as granite slabs, metal tile, bath tile, pool tile, stainless steel backsplash, kitchen tile backsplash, California tile, Mexican tile, hand painted tile, hand made tile, American & European cabinets, glass mosaic tile, glass subway tile, glass shower tile, porcelain tiles, stones tile: travertine, marble, limestone, stone veneer: el dorado stone, glass block: Pittsburgh corning, epoxy grouts, epoxy thin set, and numerous tile waterproofing and crack isolation membranes.

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Kitchen Remodeling Contractor Near Me

Hardwood is about a certain style, the way the wood gleams in the sunlight, how it feels under your feet, and its versatility. Wood floors can match any style from old world to contemporary just by changing the décor of the room. It’s easy to keep clean and there are many finishes that hold up well to high household traffic.

Kitchen Remodeling


Luxury Tile Installation & Wood Flooring

Not all wood is the same, though. The wood we most commonly work with are:

  • Brazilian Cherry
  • Hard Maple
  • White Oak
  • Red Oak
  • Southern Yellow Pine
  • Douglas Fir

These run the range of very hard to soft wood. The biggest consideration when choosing wood is what you want the end product to look like. The oak flooring is the easiest to stain if you want to have color in your floor.A second consideration is foot traffic. Softer woods like pine and fir can be treated to withstand hard use but for entryways and stairs, consider a harder wood that won’t end up showing the scuffs and dents of everyday activity. Think about these woods for bedrooms or other places in your home that have less usage. Harder woods take longer to sand which can extend the project an extra day if you want to stain the wood before finishing but the end result is worth the wait.