Flooring Products Utica NY

Rikett's 70 percent quartz crystal composition adds flexibility and strength to vinyl tiles. Natural pigments carry through the material, which means no waxing, stripping, or harsh cleaning is needed to preserve the slip-resistant satin sheen.

Local Companies

Heritage Hardwood Floor Company
(315) 866-5985
212 Graham St
Herkimer, NY
Rochester Hardwood Floors of Utica Incorporated
(315) 735-6834
2278 Broad St
Frankfort, NY
Enhance Revolutionary Wood Renewal
(315) 738-1113
432 Lafayette St
Utica, NY
Northern Floors
(315) 894-5069
130 W Main St
Ilion, NY
Meelan Floors Carpet One
(315) 736-7723
5126 Commercial Dr
Yorkville, NY
Enjems Floor Covering Specialists
(315) 337-2121
271 E Dominick St
Rome, NY
Johnsons Carpet Center Incorporated
(315) 866-6000
216 N Main St
Herkimer, NY
Oneida Floor Co Inc
(315) 735-0840
600 Rutger St
Utica, NY
Enjems Floor Covering Specialists
(315) 733-0421
201 Oriskany St W
Utica, NY
Little Falls Carpet
(315) 823-3685
556 E Main St
Little Falls, NY

Source: residential architect Magazine
Publication date: August 1, 2004

By Shelley D. Hutchins

tile tale

Rikett's 70 percent quartz crystal composition adds flexibility and strength to vinyl tiles. Natural pigments carry through the material, which means no waxing, stripping, or harsh cleaning is needed to preserve the slip-resistant satin sheen. The 12-inch and 24-inch squares resist cracking, scratches, and indentation. Marbled and solid color choices include espresso, jelly bean, butter cream, and raindrop blue. Rikett, 800.356.0740; www.rikettquartz.com.

Courtesy Whirlpool

gray matter

Gladiator Tile flooring features locking tabs for quick installation and nonporous PVC construction for heavy-duty uses. The 12-inch-square tiles have a textured surface excellent for wet areas. An antimicrobial additive keeps mold and fungus at bay. Choose silver or charcoal or create a geometric configuration using both. Whirlpool, 866.342.4089; www.gladiatorgw.com.

Courtesy Mountain Lumber

aged beauty

Twenty-foot-long Ancient Chinese Elm timbers are being reclaimed from demolished 400-year-old Ming Dynasty structures to be milled into exquisite flooring. Nails were never used, so nearly all of the 25-inch-thick logs can be recycled into especially wide planks. Milling yields a rich butterscotch color with a deep chocolate swirled grain. Mountain Lumber, 800.445.2671; www.mountainlumber.com.

green tree

Courtesy Teragren

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