California Flooring And Design simply won’t be undersold.
Price Match Guarantee
California Flooring & Design will not be undersold! We will match any advertised price plus receive a complimentary floor care kit with any purchase. See store for more details.
Please give us a call here at California Flooring & Design, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding any questions you may have about our price match guarantee.
We will be glad to review any price from any authorized vendors, so don’t hesitate to contact us.
If by chance you find a better price, we’ll match it plus receive a complimentary floor care kit with any purchase, and you’ll have the added security and service that only the largest and most reliable flooring provider can offer.
Offering the total package
Customers who receive damaged or defective products, will receive a full refund and replacement and no additional cost. We will solve any problem’s you may have and replace any damaged or defective floors.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between an LVP product and an SPC product?
Luxury vinyl planks (LVP) are made of compressed layers of vinyl, with a high resolution image overlaid onto them, to mimic the look of another material. Stone polymer composite (SPC) flooring is similar, in that it includes a high resolution image, overlaid onto vinyl and coated with a transparent wear layer to protect the floor from scratches, stains, fading, etc. However, the core material in SPC is a hybrid of plastic and compressed limestone powder. This makes the planks hard and rigid, rather than soft and flexible.
What are the best flooring options for a concrete substrate?
Here is our list of the top 6 flooring options to install over a concrete substrate: Laminate, wood, rubber tile, carpet, ceramic tile, and vinyl tile.
What is the most popular flooring in homes today?
The newest trend is flooring that is clean and natural—from materials, to colors, to patterns.“Lived-in” wood flooring is at the top of the list. Carpet is fading in popularity but is still 2nd on the list.