Time to update your flooring? We install ceramic tile, porcelain tile, marble tile, hardwood, laminate, luxury vinyl, and locking vinyl flooring. We move appliances and furniture, remove existing floor covering then install your new flooring.
Stylish and eco-friendly, cork has been around since the 18th century being used, as we most commonly see it, to stop bottles. Three hundred years after the first champagne bottle, it is now one of the most eco-friendly flooring options on the market.
Hardwood flooring has the unique ability to be both classic or cutting edge. When laying hardwood floors in a new home or addition, you have endless opportunities for customization to represent any style. Country chic or modern loft, hardwood has you covered.
Love the look of classic hardwood but don’t want to spend the money and time to have it installed? Then wood laminate flooring might be the right choice for you. When it comes to laminate installation, Blue Diamond Remodeling, Inc. is the team for the job.
Whether you’re inspired by the vinyl flooring in the kitchen of the home you grew up in, or you just learned about wood-look vinyl flooring that could be installed in a kitchen or bathroom, at Blue Diamond Remodeling, Inc., we have a wide variety of flooring options to choose from.
Are you building a new home, or your floors need a fresh start? Not sure exactly what you want? At Blue Diamond Remodeling, Inc., we have all the floor design ideas you could ever want! We pride ourselves on being able to work with every client to fulfill their unique residential flooring needs.
Whether you’ve just purchased an older home, or inherited one from a family member, one of the best things about your new old home will be the hardwood flooring. Many house-hunters are on the lookout specifically for hardwood floors throughout that haven’t been replaced or covered in carpet.
If you have a solid flooring system, you’ve got a solid home. At Blue Diamond Remodeling, Inc., we’ve been working with home flooring for many years. We construct joists and a subfloor, as well as the flooring on top.