Wood Flooring is available in almost as many species as there are species of trees (Bamboo, Maple, Oak, Birch, Pine, exotics, to name a few). There is a multitude of colors, sizes, and thicknesses. Laminated wood is an all wood product that has layers (plys), each one turned opposite of the one below. This gives the wood stability for expansion and contraction purposes. This product has applications that are either glued directly to your sub-floor or a floating system. Laminate wood is a very different product. It has a wooden base with a high pressure plastic laminate applied to the top. Typically this is installed as a floating system. Check out the links to view the many choices offered in wood flooring today.
Of all the many types of surface materials used in buildings today, ceramic and porcelain tile are at the top of the list when it comes to ease of maintenance; they require no special treatment. Ceramic and Porcelain are either glazed or unglazed. They are made of kiln-dried clay. The surface is fireproof and very durable. Porcelain tile is an ideal choice for outdoor applications because of it’s low moisture absorption rate. There are various qualities of both, just as there are in all types of flooring and wall surfaces. Architectural Acoustics, LLC can help with your decision. We have many samples in our showroom for you to view.
For a warm, sound efficient space, carpet is a great flooring option. Many styles are available in both cost efficient broadloom and easily replaceable carpet tile. Architectural Acoustics can offer very economical lease space choices to plush CEO office selections. Click the links to find your perfect match or call us to set up an appointment to view the many carpet samples in our showroom located at 104 Tas Street, Scott, LA 70583