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What is the difference between Solid and Engineered Hardwoods?

This is a question we tend to hear alot, the difference between the two is this:

Engineered Hardwood is actually made from sheets of wood layered on top of eachother to makeup a dimensionally stable floor. This floor will hold up to moisture much better then sold wood allowing you to install it below grade. The last layer on the floor is a sheet of actual stained hardwood to provide a quality look to the floor.

What if I can't decide what flooring to choose?

At Apex we want you to feel comfortable with the selections you make, we offer in home design consultations to help you bring your design vision to life.

Ask for details.

Does Apex offer any warranties or guarantees on products and installation?

Yes, Apex Tile offers installation warranties and guarantees on all products installed in your home. Most manufacturers have warranties on their products to ensure top quality flooring and costumer satisfaction.

Does Apex charge for in home estimates?

At Apex, we are here to serve you, the customer, which means there is NO charge for an in home estimate and they are done with no obligations.

What is the difference between ceramic and porcelain?

The main difference between Porcelain and Ceramic is the materials that they are produced with. Ceramic is produced with a soft clay while porcelain is composed of fine sand formed at high pressure and temperature. Both tiles are water resistant but true porcelain is impervious to water with an absortion rate of 0.5% and lower.

What flooring option is best?

There is no answer to this question but there is some information available that will help you make an informative decision on what to choose:

- Where is the flooring going?

- Is it a heavy or light traffic area?

- Will there be moisture?

- And of course how will it look in the room

These are all points to consider when choosing your flooring.

 

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