Our Services

Refinishing

Bring your old floor back to life…and be amazed by the results!! Allow us to sand your existing floor to remove years of wear and tear. We finish all our floors with 3 coats of water base non-toxic finish which dries in hour. New York Wood flooring will move and protect all furniture and fully clean upon completion.

Installation

Tired of that old floor? Come to our showroom and choose from a countless selection of pre-finished and un-finished flooring. Clemmons Carpet will remove and dispose of your existing floor and install a new one in no time at all.

Repair

Broken planks? Unsightly holes? Clemmons Carpet can remove 1 or more planks in existing flooring for a seamless repair.

Products

Floor Tips

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5 Tips for Choosing Bathroom Tile

Lately I’ve been up to my ears in choosing bathroom tile.  We are smack in the middle of renovating the kids bathroom and I’ve also been helping my aunt who is completely renovating all 3 of her bathrooms at (almost) the same time. That means that in the last few months I’ve selected tile for 4

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The 6 Best Home Flooring Ideas and Options

By Casey Slide Recently, my husband and I were faced with the task of replacing the flooring throughout our home. We had carpet that was 15 years old; it was stained and warn out. After doing a lot of looking around, we opted for laminate wood floors for the kitchen, dining room, living room, foyer,

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Wood Floor Maintenance

Cleaning wood floors is easy. Regular maintenance includes sweeping with a soft bristle broom or dusting with a dry microfiber mop. If the floor has beveled edges, vacuum with the beater bar turned off to remove dust from between the floor boards. Clean the floors periodically with a professional wood floor cleaning product recommended by

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8 No-Sweat Tricks to Clean Any Type of Floor

Don’t break out the knee pads and scrub brushes just yet. Whether your floor is laminate or tile, linoleum or cork, we’ve got the simplest and safest ways to keep them looking spotless and new. By Melanie Mannarino 1. Cleaning Laminate Flooring Your laminate may resemble hardwood planks or natural-stone tile, but you still need

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