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480 E Warner Rd #4 , Chandler- 85225
Arizona , United States  United States
Today (Sunday) : Closed

Carpets of Arizona - Chandler

Carpets of Arizona Flooring Store serving Chandler, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Phoenix. Featuring carpet, hardwood & laminate floors, tile flooring, luuxury vinyl plank & tile flooring and window coverings.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday Closed


Product and Services

floors, flooring, carpet, hardwood floors, laminate floors, tile floors, luxury vinyl, window coverings Acrylic monomers are injected into the cell structure of the wood to give increased hardness and then finished with a wear layer over the wood.

Acrylic Urethane A slightly different chemical make up than Polyurethane with the same benefits.Aluminum Oxide Added to the urethane finish for increased abrasion resistance of the wear layer, which is becoming extremely popular on the better grade wood floors.

Below Grade A cement slab poured below the level of the surrounding terrain. Better A quality of oak. Better Oak has some small knots and very little dark graining.Beveled Edge These products have a very distinctive groove in them. Beveled edge planks lend themselves to an informal and country decor. With the urethane finishes applied at the factory today, the beveled edges are sealed completely, making dirt and grit easy to be swept or vacuumed out of the grooves.

Buckle In the summer months, when the humidity is higher, wood will expand and gaps will disappear. If there is too much moisture it may cause the wood planks to cup, or buckle. Ceramic Advanced technology that allows the use of space-age ceramics to increase the abrasion resistance of the wear layer.

Clear A quality of oak. Clear Oak has no visual blemishes or knots and is extremely expensive. Cross-ply Construction Engineered wood plies that are stacked on top of each other but in the opposite direction is called cross-ply construction. This creates a wood floor that is dimensionally stable and less affected by moisture than a 3/4” solid wood floor.

Cross-ply construction allows the plies to counteract each other which will stop the plank from growing or shrinking with the changes in humidity. The other advantage for you is versatility. You can install these floors over concrete slabs in your basement as well as anywhere else in your home.

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