Choosing the right type of new flooring is one of the biggest decisions you can make when investing in your home or business. It is important to match the type of flooring with your lifestyle, to ensure years of beauty and durability. Picking a long-lasting floor that will maintain well and retain it’s appearance is a critical step to building a “sustainable” interior.

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Hardwood Floors

Choosing hardwood floors can be a daunting task. Using the links below, take a few moments to answer some questions for yourself.



Wicanders-Cork-InstalledWicanders-corkNatural characteristics of cork make this an outstanding flooring option for almost any application in residential settings, as well as many commercial or retail settings. Cork is a highly renewable product– it is the bark harvested from a cork oak tree, but the tree is not cut down, allowing it to be continually harvested for years.
Cork floors can be used in almost any room in your home, including the bathroom. It’s appearance creates a warm and inviting feeling, while it’s insulating characteristics actually help to retain thermal energy. Cork is impact-resistant, thereby reducing step-impact in foot traffic, while its sound-deadening qualities reduce impact noise & step noise in and between rooms. Cork typically can be floated over a subfloor or glued directly to the subfloor in a tile or plank form. Color selection ranges from natural-looking “cork-board” to dyed patterns, making cork a versatile floorcovering for most any style, from traditional to simple to contemporary.


Ideal for softness, comfort, and warmth. New fiber technology today allows for a stronger, more durable floor while keeping your new carpet soft to the touch. Nylon fibers are highly durable, and several manufacturer’s use the same or similar fibers in their products. Colors abound, and trends seem to be pointing towards using carpet as accents on stairs, in hallways, or even being made into area rugs to complement other floorcoverings such as hardwood or cork.
LeBlanc Floors has chosen a small selection of wool & synthetic carpets for our showroom, however, we are able to provide more options through our local distribution partners.

Linoleum Floors

Linoleum flooring has been widely used for well over 100 years, and continues to be a strong contender in today’s residential and commercial market. Linoleum is extremely durable, and can be maitianed for many years with relatively simple methods. Linoleum is typically available in sheet form, but can also found in a variety of tile sizes depending on the manufacturer. With a wide array of patterns, colors, styles, and installation formats, linoleum is not just for bathrooms or kitchen anymore. Commercial applications include ferry services, restaurants, manufacturing facilities, libraries, churches, offices, and much, much more. In the home, linoleum is a great option for any high-traffic area or simply used as another piece in the decor pattern for your living room, dining room, kitchen, laundry, kids’ playroom, or just about anywhere you want to put it.

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