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At Floor Authority, we offer a range of different flooring options for different budgets and lifestyle needs including carpet, luxury vinyl, tile and hardwood options.
Luxury vinyl plank is another popular option for kitchens due to its durability and affordable pricing. LVP can be printed to mimic the look of wood, tile, porcelain and more – making it easy to match.
Tile is a classic kitchen flooring option as it stands up to high traffic and wet areas. If installed properly, it tends to have the best longevity of flooring options.
Wood is not only beautiful and stylish but it also brings warmth to the living room — both aesthetically and physically as it’s warmer to walk on than other materials. If properly installed and taken care of, wood flooring can last for decades if not longer.
Vinyl has a handful of advantages over other flooring materials due to it being a durable, scratch, scuff and moisture resistant option.
Tile is a timeless option, especially if you have pets because it can withstand plenty of spills and wet mop cleanups. Not to mention it can also offer more traction than other flooring options.
Vinyl is both cost effective and waterproof and can replicate the look of hardwood flooring or other natural materials like stone or tile. Not to mention it’s incredibly scratch resistant.
Laminate is another great option because it already has a distressed look that will help hide scratches that naturally come with having an active pet or kids. Laminate is also a cheaper material, but not as stain resistant as tile and vinyl options.
Engineered hardwood is another option for homeowners who don’t want to sacrifice the look of real wood and it typically lasts longer. However, it’s not super spill or water resistant. If cleaned up quickly it can handle surface moisture.
- Lived-in hardwood. Homeowners are gravitating towards wood or engineered flooring with a distressed look like hand-scraped and wire-brush textures.
- Wood and stone look-alike flooring. Vinyl is trending with a demand for wood-look planks, stone-look vinyl and marble-looking tile.
Unique prints and patterns. Be on the lookout for more chevron and herringbone wood floors and other old-world decorative styles and designer tiles shapes like arabesque and hexagon tiles.
- Distressed concrete tiles. Industrial, distressed concrete looking flooring is also trending giving an edgy spin on contemporary design.
- Showroom: 3550 Northgate Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
- Warehouse: 3432 Waccamaw Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
If you don’t live near Myrtle Beach and plan to purchase online, you can use our floor visualizer before you buy to explore our flooring in different room scenes or upload a photo of your space to see what our floors would look like.
Additionally, our showroom and warehouses are centrally located and easily accessible to people in the surrounding areas of Myrtle Beach.
- Atlantic Beach, SC
- Briarcliffe Acres, SC
- Brooksville, SC
- Calabash, NC
- Carolina Forest, SC
- Carolina Shores, NC
- Conway, SC
- Crescent Beach, North
- Myrtle Beach, SC
- Litchfield Beach, SC
- Little River, SC
- Longs, SC
- Myrtle Beach, SC
- Murrells Inlet, SC
- Nixonville, SC
- North Myrtle Beach, SC
- Pawleys Island SC
- Socastee, SC
- Sunset Beach, NC
- Wampee, SC