Picking the right flooring for your home is important. The floor you pick will have a huge impact on the look and feel of every room.
Floor Coverings International, serving Broome County and surrounding areas, can help you determine what type of vinyl flooring is best for your home. We offer free in-home consultations and offer many popular styles of vinyl floors. Broome County residents should look no further – we do the hard work so you don’t have to.
Our design consultants come to your home with a huge variety of options. They will work with you to find the perfect flooring solution for each of your rooms.
Our designers are also well educated about all types of flooring so they can answer any questions you might have.
In addition, our instant visualization software enables us to show you how your room will look with the flooring you choose, without actually having it installed yet. The technology is stunning and you’ll instantly be impressed when you see images of your rooms with different types of flooring! Our software provides a great way to view many different flooring options for each room to help make decisions. A tough decision just got a lot easier and we provide flawless installation. You won’t be disappointed.
Setup a Free Consultation with our quick and easy online scheduler or call us at (607) 235-0944.
Why Choose FCI in Broome County NY?
- Free In-Home Design Consultation – We take the hassle out of getting beautiful new flooring. With thousands of selections to choose from, our design associates can help you narrow the choices considering your lifestyle, personal tastes and existing décor
- Our National Buying Power – It allows us to pass along savings with factory direct pricing from names like Shaw, Armstrong, Bruce, Mohawk, Daltile, Kraus, Gulistan, Beaulieu and more!
Want to learn more about Vinyl Flooring? We’ve got you covered…
Across the U.S. and here in Broome County, vinyl flooring is the most popular flooring surface. Over the years, manufacturing processes and technology have evolved to enable significant product improvements.
Generally speaking, vinyl flooring comes in two main types – tile and sheet forms. The majority of Broome County vinyl flooring tiles have an adhesive backing that peels off for quick and easy positioning on the floor. Others vinyl tiles have felt backing and require glue for installation. Glue-down vinyl can be tricky if you’re installing the floor yourself. Vinyl-backed tiles only require glue on the edges and can be removed as needed. Sheet vinyl on the other hand is shipped in rolls and is typically installed by professionals.
Vinyl flooring has a cushion backing that provides for a surface that is soft and comfortable under foot. Therefore, vinyl is especially well-suited as a kitchen floor where people spend a large amount of time on their feet. When dishes and glassware are dropped on a vinyl floor, the result may be a dent instead of broken glass. Choose a textured Broome County vinyl flooring surface to camouflage these dents.
As vinyl is water-resistant, this flooring choice is also ideal as a bathroom floor vinyl flooring is also not as chilly under your feet on cold mornings than some other flooring types. Some vinyl can be a bit slippery when wet so be sure to choose a textured vinyl floor to mitigate this risk.
With advances in technology, vinyl flooring can have the life-like appearance of wood flooring, natural stone or tile, slate, and more. Vinyl floors can even be artistic and fashion-forward.
In the end, be sure to talk with the professionals at Floor Coverings International about vinyl flooring. We also provide free, in-home consultations for residents in Broome County. Contact us today!
Broome County is home to the county seat of Binghamton, NY. It was named in honor of John Broome, who was lieutenant governor in 1806 when Broome County was established. Broome County is also home to Binghamton University, one of the four university centers in the SUNY system. As of the last census, the population was 200,600. For more information, visit the official website of Broome County.