Ceramic tile, hardwood planks, and luxury vinyl tile and planks are durable flooring options that can elevate your kitchen remodel, regardless of your decorating style.

Shay's Carpet brings a large selection of these floor coverings to Northwest Ohio. In addition, we have a conveniently located flooring store in Toledo, Toledo (Monroe St.), and Sylvania.

Tile projects a simple and ‘clean’ look.

Clay-based tiles are a popular kitchen flooring choice since they repel water and resist stains and scratches. Porcelain is a type of ceramic, but it’s the more durable of the two materials because its composition is denser and harder.

Porcelain tile, which tolerates high foot traffic, is available in many styles, including those that mimic other flooring materials like wood and stone.

With its grain pattern, color, and texture, hardwood offers inimitable visual appeal.

Hardwood is the new floors that most homeowners would install in their dream homes. However, engineered wood, re-finishable once, is an excellent alternative to solid wood flooring.

Manufactured planks, composed of a plywood base and a hardwood surface layer, have more applications since it tolerates moisture and is usually designed for floating floor construction.

Luxury vinyl is a superior manufactured material that lasts 25 years or more.

If you choose luxury vinyl plank or tile new floors, you can get the look of hardwood, stone, ceramic, and concrete. The best brands are waterproof and have a thick surface layer that protects the image layer beneath them.

Floating floor brands are most popular since planks or tiles can be laid over any subfloor and floors already installed in the home.

Your area’s premier source for all things floors

Locally-owned Shay's Carpet installs tile, hardwood, and luxury vinyl flooring, and we offer other services like carpet binding. Rossford, Holland, and Maumee are a few of the communities that are located in our Ohio service area.

Visit our flooring company toda
y or use our shop-at-home service to pick out planks or tiles for your new flooring.