California Flooring And Design is San Diego’s largest hardwood supplier!
Why California Flooring & Design?
Here at California Flooring & Design, we know that purchasing a hardwood floor is a big investment, and one that can add a lot of value, functionality and style to your home. CFD installs a large variety of wood floor products, we take our commitment to you and your home seriously and guaranty our work. Request an appointment today with an CFD Representative to help you select the right flooring for your home and lifestyle.
Hardwood Flooring Selection
Our wide selection means that the hardest part about shopping with us will be deciding which option you like best. Our experienced staff will help you decide on the right floor for you and your home. With us you will get the finest selection of top quality hardwoods to choose from. This includes a full selection of all the major national and international brand names. Unique and exotic wood species including Brazilian Cherry, Merbau, Walnut and more. So many hardwood species, color ranges, and gloss levels to pick from, you can trust CFD to meet all of your wood flooring needs.
Wood flooring brands we carry
TILE & STONE
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.