Showroom a boon for renovators
If you’re looking for a company that can help you make a well-informed decision about your new floor, visit H&C Flooring and Stone on Dillingham Avenue.
With more than a thousand feet of space, H&C opened March 1 with an exciting selection of quality merchandise, including vinyl and wood flooring, that will make any home renovator’s heart beat a little faster.
“We offer 25 different shades of vinyl, and we display 40 different types of porcelain tile for our partner companies,” said Wen Cao, partner and co-owner of the nascent company. “We have four different colors of solid wood flooring.”
For homeowners who need better visuals as they try to imagine their new floors, H&C provides display boards, about 3-by-7-feet long, to show the vinyl and wood flooring samples. There’s simply no comparison to the inadequate samples from big home improvement stores.
“You can see the whole effect and layout, especially when the boards are placed against a wall,” explained Cao.
All of the vinyl flooring sold by H&C is rigid core commercial-grade, Cao added. Rigid core flooring is known for its toughness.
“It’s a lot more scratch-resistant compared to solid wood flooring. And our vinyl flooring product doesn’t have grooved edges, which means the connection doesn’t trap dirt,” he continued.
H&C FLOORING AND STONE
ADDRESS Kokea Center, 1095 Dillingham Blvd.,