Flooring trends you’ll love from House of Broadloom


As we head into spring renovations, House of Broadloom offers plenty of modern options for your home

Spring is in the air, a time when every homeowner’s fancy turns to updating and renovating. Some are drawn to the newest styles, others are drawn to the truly excellent quality, and House of Broadloom in Sudbury has the hottest flooring trends of the season that everyone will love.

New products have arrived at the House of Broadloom showroom and with them the seasonal demand for inventory and installations has begun. Homeowners considering a flooring update this season are encouraged to start planning now. “With spring approaching and renovations beginning to pick up speed, it’s important to think ahead,” advises Larissa Herbert, flooring specialist. “Customers should allow plenty of time to order products and queue for installation.” In addition to flooring sales, House of Broadloom offers professional design, delivery and installation services, as well as supplies and tools for those who choose to DIY.

Spring flooring trends

House of Broadloom offers a wide selection of flooring options including laminate, engineered wood, natural stone, ceramic, carpet, area rugs, sheet vinyl and one of the most popular options. interesting and most durable, Green Flow cork flooring. “It’s such a cool product,” says Herbert. “It has a really great green story behind it and it’s one of the most eco-friendly floors out there.”

Green Flow Series cork floors from Opus Floors Canada are made from 100% pure natural cork materials. The materials come from trees that are never felled, which means the cork oaks will remain a carbon sink for life. The beauty of natural cork flooring is that although it is among the most durable products on the market, it does not sacrifice the qualities that customers are looking for in flooring in their homes. Cork flooring is naturally warm, quiet, durable, water resistant and actually contributes to a healthier home by improving indoor air quality.

New trends in laminate flooring are also creating a buzz this season and today’s products, says Herbert, have come a long way in terms of quality and ease of use. “Laminate has changed a lot since it was released twenty years ago. It is water resistant, with a better click system, easier to work with, easier to DIY and much more durable.

The appearance of laminate has also improved greatly since those humble beginnings. Mannington’s Restoration collection, for example, comes in a palette of colors, grains, and patterns, each offering natural warmth and character that mimics the look of hardwood while offering easy maintenance and super durability.

Third Generation Family Business Celebrates 56 Years in Sudbury

House of Broadloom is truly locally owned and operated, a family business now celebrating three generations of service to the community. Although the business has grown over the years, it remains in its original location at 68 Lorne Street in Sudbury. The showroom is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with evening appointments available on request.

Broadloom House
68 Lorne Street, Sudbury



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