My wife and I recently decided we were going to carpet our living room downstairs, and the majority of our upstairs because we have a toddler that has been falling a lot around the house and our house is over 100 years old, completely hardwood floor, and that wood probably hadn't been finished in 50 years...see more reviews...
Joseph W | Review posted on Apr 19, 2017
Under dated carpet and decades old padding, my home had a secret...beautiful red oak hardwood flooring that needed to be restored to its original glory. Jimmie (and Edgar and Edgar's crew) did just that. They finished a day earlier than scheduled. I couldn't be more pleased with the results!see more reviews...
Sherry T | Review posted on Apr 10, 2017
We have had Blake Stephens from the Grove store install flooring in most of our home, and thanks to the flooding in Grove, we will be having him replace the carpet in our bedrooms. Everyone loves the wood look flooring he helped us choose. Very pleased with the quality and durability. Installation was excellent. My husband also has a small construction company and he recommends Blake and Mill Creek for all his flooring projects.see more reviews...
Brenda M | Review posted on May 1, 2017
Mandy was very helpful picking out carpet replacement for a room in my house and the installer Colby did a great job. The crew was in and out with very little disruption to my kids and I daily schedule.see more reviews...
On behalf of Sun Custom Homes, we would like to take this opportunity to thank your participation in this year's 2016 Parade Home. It is companies and individuals such as you that help ensure the integrity and quality of home building industry in Central Oklahoma...see more reviews...
Kurt W. Dinnes | SUN Custom Homes
We had a wonderful experience with Mill Creek! From working with Deena, our consultant, to the installation crew, everything went smoothly and exceeded our expectations. The stairs look gorgeous in our north Edmond home. Thank you Mill Creek!!see more reviews...
Jennifer did a great job of working for us from the start to the very last step! Thank you so much!see more reviews...
My wife and I bought carpet at Mill Creek in Tulsa and had one of the best buying experience thanks to salesperson Ann Murphy. She also followed up to ensure everything was completed. The installation people were very professional and did a fantastic job! Would recommend Mill Creek and Ann Murphy!!see more reviews...
Acclimation: The adaptation of the laminate floor to its installation environment.
Adhesive: a substance that bonds the floor to the subfloor.
Dye lot: Each time a production of material is run, different dye or color lots are created. Each manufacturing production process cannot re-create the exact same color lot or dye lot each time.
Modular patterns: Modular patterns are patterns that use different size pieces to create a new overall pattern
Plank: boards widths that are 3" in width or greater.
Resilient: These floors have some "give" or elasticity when you walk across them. This category includes linoleum, cork, rubber and specialty resilient.
Seam: The line or area where two tiles or planks meet together
Roller: Heavy tool used after installing vinyl sheet or vinyl tile to press the flooring into the adhesive and to help to remove any entrapped air.
Subflooring: A rough floor on top of which the vinyl flooring is applied.
Substrate: The surface on which the vinyl flooring will be laid. If installing over a wood substrate, an underlayment will generally be necessary. A concrete substrate will not require an underlayment but will require some floor preparation.
Vinyl: Made from a mixture of polyvinyl chloride and plasticizer, it is usually flexible and non-porous. Pigments are added for color.
Wearlayer: A layer of material applied to the top surface of vinyl flooring. The thickness of the wearlayer varies with each vinyl product collection, or series, and is generally measured in mils. The thickness of a mil is about the same as a page in a phone book. Premium wearlayers offer superior resistance to stains, scuffs and scratches. How long a vinyl floor will look new and fresh is based on the wearlayer’s performance.