4825 S Western St, Amarillo, TX 79109
(806) 355-0111





  1. What is the difference between porcelain and ceramic tile?

    In general, porcelain tile is harder than ceramic and offers greater design flexibility. Although both are made from clay and other naturally occurring materials fired in a kiln, the clay used to make porcelain tile is more refined and purified.

  2. Do you have to seal porcelain and ceramic tile?

    No. They are fire glazed products and have very low porosity.

  3. Do I have to seal my grout?

    You do not have to, but it is recommended to prevent from staining or discoloration.

  4. What type of tile can I use in my shower?

    Generally, any tile can be used in the shower. You just need to take into consideration maintenance and upkeep of natural stones.

  5. Can I lay tile over wood sub-floors?

Yes. You should first refer to National Tile Council of America (NTCA).



  1. What is the difference between Polyester and Nylon?

    Nylon is the most durable, resilient, and versatile. Polyester is more stain and fade-resistant and tends to be more budget friendly.

  2. How do I take care of my carpet and keep it looking good?

    All manufactures recommend vacuuming very frequently, especially in high traffic areas. For more details, refer to your manufactures guide lines for care.

  3. Can I have a rug made out of carpet?

Yes. All of the carpets that we offer can be bound and made into rugs. We also offer a non-slip pad specifically made for rugs.


  1. What is the difference between engineered hardwood and laminate?

    The core layer of laminate flooring is manufactured primarily from melamine resin and fiber board material. The top layer has an imprinted textured image made to look like real wood. Engineered hardwood flooring is a type of wood floor that consists of several wood or plywood layers.

  2. How do I take care of my wood floor?

    Keep your engineered flooring swept, clean, and dry on a daily basis. Use either a vacuum cleaner with a soft flooring attachment, or a broom. A dry microfiber dust mop can be used to pick up dirt and debris from the floor.

  3. Is laminate and vinyl flooring waterproof?

Many types of vinyl flooring are waterproof and/or highly water resistant. Laminate, on the other hand, is made out of recycled hardwood, so it is not waterproof.



4825 S Western St, Amarillo, TX 79109
(806) 355-0111