Our Flooring Suppliers
Conway Furniture is also home to Conway Custom Floors - featuring a fully stocked flooring showroom with numerous options for carpeting, hardwood flooring, ceramic and stone tile, vinyl roll, luxury vinyl plank, and laminate flooring options. Conway's experienced salespeople can help you make the best flooring selections for your project, measure your area, and provide top-notch insured installation service too!
Conway has options from many Canadian, North American and International flooring brands. Below is an outline of the many types of flooring we carry, and the suppliers we deal with.
Carpet. Warm, comfortable, and able to install on any surface - carpet is still a great option for your home! Whether nylon, or polyester, the fibres are engineered to wear and avoid staining by design. Carpet is a great way to refresh your room on a budget - and carpet is often a-lot more comfortable than tile! We source our carpets from Coronet, Shaw, and Anderson Tuftex.
Ceramic Tile. Conway has a fantastic selection of ceramic, stone, porcelain and glass tile from our Canadian suppliers; Centura, and Cera-tec. Whether you are tiling your kitchen, bathroom, or are looking to floor your entire new-build project, Conway has the team that can make your vision a reality.
Conway has a great selection of Hardwood floors to choose from - from suppliers like Preverco, Mannington, Goodfellow, Beaulieu, Shaw, Kraus and Bruce. There are many options of traditional ¾” solid wood floors like the “old days” with modern finishes that are very resistant to normal wear. Engineered hardwood boards (with layers of hardwood) are much more stable to changes in temperature and moisture and can be used on concrete floors and 'below-grade'.
Laminate floors can be a less expensive alternative to hardwood while providing a great look and feel. Conway supplies laminate from Kraus, Beaulieu, Mannington, and others! Good quality laminate floors are essentially a counter top (laminate) in click together panels for your floor. Moisture is a concern for laminates and a vapour barrier should be used below grade installations. Laminate flooring does require a thin pad to be layered under the installation, to reduce sound and help “float” the floor. Be careful of very cheap laminates that may only be a paper image on questionable core.
Sheet vinyl does require a good sub-floor for installation but the trade-off is that it looks and feels very good at a great value as compared to other hard surface flooring options. Mannington’s Luxury Vinyl Flooring is available in three different wear levels and are made with a fibreglass backing that is a lot more flexible and resistant to damage, especially during the install. The surfaces of the products are also incredibly strong and resistant to regular wear. Check out products from our suppliers Mannington and Congoleum.
The most recent and very well received category of flooring is Luxury Vinyl. LVP (plank) and LVT (tile) are available in strips with very realistic wood images, or in tiles with stone and ceramic images. Luxury Vinyl is very resistant to moisture and can be installed below grade. Some products can be installed without adhesive and removed and reinstalled. Conway has Luxury Vinyl options from most of our suppliers including: Mannington, Kraus (Cleo), Shaw, Congoleum, Karndean, and Coronet.