No matter how large or small the space you need flooring for, luxury vinyl flooring
can make the most of them. With a wide assortment of looks to choose from, including all natural materials as well as colors, styles, and patterns, you’ll literally be able to choose absolutely any look you can imagine. This makes it easy to match existing decor, or create something you can build a whole new look around. Either way, you’re going to be incredibly pleased with the results.
Carpet Station works from our Chino, CA showroom as a family owned flooring store that places customer satisfaction as our number one priority. You, our customers, are the reason we offer the wide selection of floor coverings and related products and services, as well as the unbeatable prices. If you’re not happy, we’re not happy, and that’s the way we’ve always done business for the residents of Chino, Chino Hills, Pomona, Ontario, and East Vale, and it’s how we’ll continue to do things when you stop in for a visit as well. We look forward to seeing you soon.
If you’ve decided it’s time to take things up a notch where your flooring is concerned, luxury vinyl is certainly a great way to do that. With the option to create looks such as solid hardwood, ceramic and porcelain tile, and even all natural stone, you’ll be stepping into a realm of sophistication you might not have been able to breach before. The materials are represented in such a realistic and authentic way, your guests will hardly believe they’re walking on anything less than the real thing.
No matter what flooring type you go with, one of your main concerns is durability and functionality. The good news is, luxury vinyl planks and tiles can stand up to some of the busiest homes, resist stains, scratches, and fading, and still look as good as they did when they were first installed. They work just as well in the bedroom or living room as they do in the kitchen or bathroom. Add the waterproof option, with a solid vinyl core, and you’ll have a peace of mind you only ever dreamed of before.
Installation and maintenance couldn’t be easier, and you’ll have an average lifespan of about 20 years or more, to find out how true that is.