Welcome to Lone's Hooring and Tile
Carpet creates a feeling of luxury and comfort in a room. After all, what other type of floor is so inviting that you would actually want to lay down on it? Whether you are looking to compliment an elegant, formal room or create a base for a casual space for your family, there is a carpet that is right for your lifestyle or business needs. Carpet is still the most popular flooring choice for many homes and businesses. This is because it is generally faster to install or replace (than other hard surfaced floors), it's relatively inexpensive, and it's comfortable.
The laminates of today have come a long way from the laminates of the '90's. Laminates are now much quieter and solid under foot and really do resemble the "real thing". Laminate is often considered to be the most versatile type of flooring as it can be installed anywhere in your home or business, on all grade levels. Laminate is an ultra-durable, long-lasting product that is perfect for any room with a lot of traffic, or areas frequented by children or pets. Not only can you achieve the look of rustic, hand-scraped, or exotic hardwoods with laminate, but there are also stone and ceramic tile versions available.
Tile & Stone
The possibilities are truly endless with tile or stone. A perfect choice for floors, counter-tops, back-splashes, showers and bathtubs, walls, fireplaces, porches, decks, and patios. From a classic look to old world to modern designs, a new tile project presents the perfect opportunity to add personal expression to your home or place of business. Tile provides the ultimate in function and beauty, and our tile jobs are built to last a lifetime.
Vinyl & Linoleum
Often used in kitchens, baths, and laundries, Vinyl and Linoleum offer the most variety of all hard-surfaced floors. Performance, ease of maintenance, affordability, and broad selection may also contribute to the reasons why vinyl or linoleum may be the right choice for your project. Thanks to new technologies, vinyl can now mimic the look and texture of resilient stone, tile, and wood grain patterns. You can create a custom floor by choosing contrasting colors or creating patterns, borders, medallions, and/or inlays to personalize your home or workspace.