You’ll save up to 40% … for our 40th!

We’re here to help you get started on your dream project and save … And we’re saying “thank you!” to our Oregon community for our 40 years (wow!) with savings up to 40% on select products in our store … from March 26 to April 8.

Spring is just around the corner … And after the winter we’ve had, aren’t you ready for a refreshed home? Share your vision and we’ll help you bring it to life. Don’t know what material to use in your updated living room or refreshed kitchen? We have lots of ideas to show you. Looking for options? We’ll amaze you with our selection! Whatever your project, we’ll help you find the perfect floor for your home and lifestyle.

  • Want water-resistant, beautiful, easy-to-clean flooring in your kitchen? We’ll show you why LVT or tile could be the perfect fit!
  • Ready to upgrade your dining room with hardwood floors? We’ll help you choose the right species, finish, and color.
  • Need a durable, scratch-resistant alternative to hardwood for your living room? We’ll surprise you with just how great wood-look laminate can look.
  • Want a healthy, environment-friendly home? Ask us about cork, bamboo and marmoleum!

Tell us about your home ideas for spring. Let’s make it a reality together

From choosing the right flooring for your décor and lifestyle through meticulous installation, we’ll take care of all the details so you don’t have to worry. Get started with your free in-home measure and estimate.

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Wait, I have some questions…

We’re here to help. Our showroom is filled with samples to see and touch and our project consultants know their stuff! We’re open Sundays, too.

We also have oodles of excellent information on our website to answer some of the questions you might have.

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