Lexington, KY flooring

At Floor Coverings International Lexington, we take flooring seriously. Choosing a floor for your home can sometimes be an overwhelming experience. We take pride in providing all of the information you need to make an educated choice. Take a moment to review the following terms and then view each page for more detail. When you’re ready, call us, your local experts, for a free in-home estimate and design consultation.

Laminate Flooring: Laminate flooring is one of the most convenient and long-lasting floor coverings on the market, thanks in part to technology. Read more about Laminate Flooring here.

Hardwood Flooring: Hardwood flooring offers ageless beauty that increases the value of your home. Read more about Hardwood Flooring here.

Carpet: Carpeting can add warmth and style to any room. Before choosing a new carpet, review some of the styles and materials so you don’t become overwhelmed by the many choices. Read more about Carpet here.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring: Engineered hardwood flooring blends the easy installation of laminate floors with the durability of real hardwood flooring. Read more about Engineered Hardwood Flooring here.

Solid Hardwood Flooring: Solid hardwood flooring is a classic favorite among Lexington homeowners thanks to its durability and diversity of colors and styles. Read more about Solid Hardwood Flooring here.

Vinyl Flooring: Vinyl flooring is a variant of linoleum and is stain and water resistant, making it an ideal choice for bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, entryways and more. Read more about Vinyl Flooring here.

Bamboo Flooring: Bamboo flooring has been popular in Lexington for decades. While often grouped with hardwood floors, bamboo is actually made from a species of grass called “Moso.” Read more about Bamboo Flooring here.

Tile Flooring: Tile flooring is extremely durable, attractive, and appropriate for a wide variety of room décor styles. Read more about Tile Flooring here.

Berber Carpet: Berber carpet is a popular choice for high traffic areas because of its durability and stain resistance. Read more about Berber Carpet here.

Ceramic Tile Floor: Ceramic tile’s resistance to water and stains makes it a popular choice in kitchens and bathrooms. However, more and more people are choosing ceramic tile for other rooms as well, thanks to its nearly limitless options for style customization. Read more about Ceramic Tile here.

Plank Flooring: Plank flooring creates an aged look that stands out from contemporary hardwood floors. This style of wood flooring dates back to the early American settlers, who used plank flooring cut from old growth trees. Read more about Plank Flooring here.

Linoleum Flooring: Linoleum flooring is often considered a staple of the 1960s, but it’s making a comeback thanks to its rich color palate and environmental friendliness. Read more about Linoleum Flooring here.

Maple Flooring: Maple flooring provides a light, smooth look that can open up any room. Maple ranks high in hardness, making it a great choice for areas that receive a lot of foot traffic. Read more about  Maple Flooring here.

Walnut Flooring: Walnut flooring actually improves with age, its rich colors and swirling grain patterns deepening and developing more character over time. Read more about Walnut Flooring here.

Prefinished Flooring: This style of wood floor has the finishing process applied in the factory instead of on-site. In contrast, site-finished flooring is delivered to the job site and finished there. There are a variety of factors to consider when choosing a pre-finished floor or a site-finished floor. Read more about Prefinished Hardwood Flooring here.

Red & White Oak Flooring: White oak flooring has a consistent light to charcoal-grey hue. Depending on how the wood is sawed, white oak can have a straight grain or the flecks similar to those seen in Mission style furniture. Red oak flooring has a warm, pinkish hue with prominent grain lines. Like white oak flooring, it can be finished with a clear sealant or stained to nearly any shade. Read more about Oak Flooring here.

Green Flooring: We offer various green flooring options at Floor Coverings International Lexington, so if environmental protection is on your list of priorities, check out our selection for your next home improvement project. Read more about Green Flooring here.

Sisal Carpet: Sisal carpet and rugs are made from the fibers of a cactus plant native to Africa and Brazil. These fibers are cut, dried, and treated to produce twine that can then be woven into durable floor coverings. Read more about Sisal Carpet here.

Pine Hardwood Flooring: Pine is a soft wood that increases in beauty as it ages. While not as popular as it was 100 years ago, pine flooring is an affordable option that can add a unique distressed look to your home or office. Read more about Pine Flooring here.

Carpet Pad: A supportive padding placed under carpets and area rugs. The pad absorbs sound and cushions the surface so it feels more comfortable underfoot.