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A Flooring Company with a Reputation You Can Stand On

Alberta Hardwood Flooring offers unrivalled selection and product expertise.

Alberta Hardwood Flooring has found the cure for the dreaded common floor. The company—whose reputation is built on thirty years of unparalleled customer service and industry expertise—has expanded well beyond hardwood with a broad inventory of hard-and soft-surface flooring options including cork, laminate, carpet and tile.

Calgary’s Director of Sales, Paul Rivington, explains that AHF’s product knowledge and holistic approach benefit both individual homeowners and commercial developers. “We sit down with the customer, gather all of the details and walk them through the process,” he says. “With experience in design, construction and installation we can offer invaluable product advice.”

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Rivington explains that there are many reasons why hardwood may not be the right choice, ranging from budget to flooring environment. “If a customer is designing a bathroom or basement where moisture or subfloor is problematic, we can suggest the latest tile manufactured to look like hardwood,” he shares.

Home decor trends are also turning to a mix-and-match aesthetic. “Often customers may find that hardwood flooring may be a bit too hard and cold for their bedrooms or family rooms,” tells Rivington. “In these cases, they may opt for heated tile or carpet to add texture and warmth to these areas. We can help with that!”

When it comes to hardwood, AHF is still a cut above the rest. As the only authorized dealer of Mirage Hardwood Flooring in Calgary and Edmonton, they offer unrivalled access to a world leader in quality and versatility—plus a stress-free investment.

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Rivington lists their Edmonton and Calgary showrooms as yet another advantage for those looking to renovate. “Sometimes, it can be hard for people to wrap their head around a product based on a small flooring sample,” admits Rivington. “Our showrooms offer vignettes where people can see what a floor looks like with paint on the walls and furniture in place.”

The company’s website also offers digital ‘Inspiration Galleries’ where flooring is categorized by product and by treatment type. Rivington says that many customers use these images to source ideas before visiting the showrooms. “We are set up to ensure that you make the best possible choice for your space.”

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