Selecting new floors can be daunting. You have to think about both your needs and your style.
And the choices! You'll see everything this year, from wood and stone looks to pattern play, textures, and decorative tiles.
Here are four standout trends.
It would not be easy to find something that offers so much value—vinyl's durable, waterproof, easy to care for, and has an uncomplicated installation.
It's also ultra stylish. Designs range from wood and stone looks to colorful geometrics, herringbone, chevron, and floral patterns.
Give your eyes a treat. Come into our flooring store to explore this product in any version.
Waterproof flooring is the engineered version of luxury vinyl. It's thicker, more durable, and constructed with wood plastic composite (WPC) and stone plastic composite (SPC) cores.
The cores never peel or ripple, no matter how much water there is or how long. It's the ultimate peace of mind!
Since it's luxury vinyl, it has all the same style. That includes wood, stone, and tile images, as well as depth, dimension, and textures.
Come into our flooring company to learn more.
American made flooring
Many American-made floors are manufactured sustainably. That responds to another trend, that of eco-friendly flooring.
American-made products provide a faster turnaround with all the latest versions. That results in continuous innovations with the latest trends and cutting-edge technology.
This version might look similar to the solid version, but it has a different construction. It's more stable and better able to handle water.
As a result, it's less prone to warping. Engineered wood floors are installed in higher-than-normal moisture areas where solid isn't recommended.
The area’s largest flooring company
At Cal-Coast Carpet, we’ve been flooring people for over 30 years, and we want to serve you with new floors too. Our knowledgeable staff will help you find the ideal surface for your home.
Visit our showroom in Oceano, CA, where you'll see brands like Quick Step and US Floor. We work on residential and commercial projects in San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Arroyo Grande, Avila Beach, Pismo Beach, Grover Beach, and Nipomo.