floor selector

Find your floor in 3 quick steps

1Floor types

The type of floor refers to the way the floor was built. Indeed, a floor can be designed in different ways from different materials. Our complete collection of floors allows you to choose according to your taste and the use you wish to make of them. For more information, consult our website, which contains all the information you need to make an enlightened choice.

Engineered

XEngineered wood floors bring beauty to your home, they are also solid and easy to maintain. Engineered hardwood has great stability that makes it a universal product that can be installed on all types of above or sloping subfloors, but be aware that there are standards to be met. Giving the same irresistible feel and unrivalled natural appearance, engineered wood is an excellent choice in most areas of the house. Engineered wood flooring is the most common type of parquet flooring in Europe and its popularity continues to grow in North America.Learn more

Solid hardwood

XHardwood flooring remains one of the best options for flooring in a home. For homeowners who want to add beauty, style, value and comfort to their home, the choice falls mainly on solid hardwood flooring.Learn more

Laminate

XDecidedly, you can easily change the look of your home by placing new planks on existing flooring. In addition to their ease of installation, floating floors offer many other advantages. You can find a wide range of styles, colors and textures in flooring materials floating.Learn more

Vinyl

XVinyl floors are a very popular option for homeowners, especially in kitchen, basement and bathroom applications. Vinyl floors are water and stain-resistant, versatile and durable for the price. Thanks to the many advances made over the years, today’s vinyl floors have become more attractive and economical.Learn more

2Application areas

The installation area simply means where the new floor will be installed. Depending on the installation location, you will need to choose the appropriate floor covering. Before installing your new floor, here are some factors to consider: relative humidity and temperature and/or sunlight variations. These criteria are essential because they can influence the durability of your floor in the short or long term.

XFloor coverings for basements must be less sensitive to moisture. Among the floors proposed for this type of room, we have engineering floors and vinyl floors. Solid hardwood and laminate flooring can also be installed in a basement, provided that the necessary moisture tests are carried out before installation. You may need to install a membrane or subfloor before installing a more moisture-sensitive floor covering.
XEngineering floors are often used in condo spaces. By installing a floor of this type, you install a real layer of wood, which enhances the value of the condo. The engineered floor can be glued directly to the concrete or to a membrane. It can also be floating. Its main advantage is that it is no longer necessary to install plywood before installing it. You can have real hardwood without the need to nail it down and lose height. There are also economical solutions such as laminate floors and vinyl floors. In any case, it is prudent to check with your administrator or condo trustee to determine the soundproofing standards before considering installing your floor. If you do not follow this procedure, you may have to remove your floor that does not comply with the rules of co-ownership.
XOn the floor or ground floor, you can install all types of flooring available. However, make sure you always keep an adequate temperature and humidity and have the appropriate subfloor before installing your floor. Note that vinyl can deform when exposed to strong sunlight or high heat sources.

3Colors

The shade of the floor defines the color of stain that can be applied to the floor, among the range of possibilities available to you. The so-called "colour of natural wood" is the colour of wood without stain. To preserve the natural colour, simply apply a transparent varnish without any staining. The most popular floor stains are white, brown, red and grey. The most important thing is to find the colour that best suits your personal taste.

Light

XLight-coloured floors can be suitable for all types of decor because they blend easily into the decor without darkening it. Traces of dust or other stains are less visible on a light floor. It also has the advantage of making the rooms look larger and brings light to a darker room. It is an excellent choice if you want a versatile floor that will not go out of style over time and that you will not get tired of.

Medium

XMedium-coloured floors are well suited to most decorations. It is a good choice for a person who wants to enhance the look of their floor without over-darkening it. An average floor colour will be easier to maintain than a dark colour. A medium color will have the effect of making the grain of the wood uniform without giving the impression of shrinking your room.

Dark

XDark-coloured floors add richness and character to your room even if it tends to darken your space. Its maintenance is more difficult because the dust is more visible to the naked eye.