Heritage Floor Coverings
Heritage Floor Coverings – "For all your flooring needs”
Our family has been helping Cleveland area customers select new carpet and flooring for over 50 years. We have a huge selection of carpet, hardwood, laminate and area rugs to choose from. Some of the carpet mills we deal with are Shaw, Mohawk, Beaulieu, Dixie, and Gulistan to name a few. We offer a large selection of decorative carpet from Sphinx and Stanton Carpet mills. We have in our warehouse many rolls of carpet and pallets of tile to offer at a discount.
Besides carpet, we deal with Armstrong flooring, Bruce floors, Wilsonart laminate flooring, BR-111 hardwood floors, Dal-Tile, American Olean tile, Marazzi, and just too many more to mention. Give us a call!
Please view some of our photos to see a glimpse of what your new floor could look like. Whether it is carpet, tile, laminate or a beautiful new area rug, we are your source for new flooring. Please feel free to look around and get some ideas. If you would like to set up an appointment, please give us a call or just stop by.
We are a full service flooring company and look forward to working with you to make your floors beautiful.
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