We Provide Flooring Services
To many clients like government, homes and offices
Flooring Buying Guide
Today’s flooring provides myriad options for your home. Our guide helps you explore the benefits of each selection for your home.
How to Choose Flooring
Your flooring options are endless. Our list of questions will help you assess your home’s flooring needs to narrow your choices quickly.
Carpet Buying Guide
Get the facts on everything from carpet construction to carpet fiber so you can choose the best carpet for your home.
A Bit More About Our Approach
At Toughjobs Construction, enjoy peace of mind from start to finish. Our flooring experts at one of over 400 stores nationwide will help you select your new floor and our dedicated Install team will arrange for a professional independent contractor to do the installation work for you and help transform your home. We'll be with you every step of the way, ensuring that each stage of the project is a success. We are the perfect solution for your flooring needs, offering professional installation services that meet the most stringent industry standards so you can get on with the important things - like enjoying your new floor.
Contemporary And Stylish
Huge Selection of hardwood flooring “In Stock Inventory”
We maintain our own extensive inventory of most popular solid hardwood flooring in smooth, wire-brushed & hand-scraped finish. We also sell solid hardwood flooring as well as engineered wood flooring from most major flooring wholeselers, suppliers and manufacturers. Custom-made orders in any color, any type of finish and gloss level are always welcome. We are small enough to take care of all your residential needs right down to the last detail and large enough.
Unfinished Hardwood flooring vs. Prefinished Hardwood flooring.
Both unfinished and prefinished hardwood flooring have their benefits, as well as disadvantages that can come with it. To determine what is right for you depends on a factor of thing. Some include how fast you need the job done, if it's a new or existing house, the cost you're willing to spend, and possibly even if you're planning on doing the installation yourself.