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A Huge Showroom of Magnificent Choices
Foster Flooring offers a large, impressive choice of Ceramic Tile, Exotic Woods, Broadloom Carpeting, Berbers, Sisals, Cork, Vinyl, Linoleum, Laminates, Porcelain Tile, Custom Area Rugs, Marble, Granite, Limestone, Travertine and more in its huge 8,000 sq. ft. showroom located in the Hudson Valley village of Staatsburg, New York on the Hudson.
In addition to its large selection of flooring options for every application, Foster Flooring also offers solutions for countertops, walls, decorative borders, backsplashes and window treatments for every room in both residential and commercial locations. If you have an area that needs exceptional resiliency to wear and tear or outdoor year-round use there are many exceptional products available.
A Highly Skilled Staff of Insured Professional Installers
With high expectations from discerning customers, Foster Flooring assures customer satisfaction by using the skills of highly trained and experienced in-house installers who pride themselves on fine, careful workmanship.
Fully insured, these accomplished craftsmen treat every job as an artistic challenge.
Supplies and Guidance for Do-It-Yourselfers
Since some customers prefer to do their own work, Foster's keeps a ready supply of supplies available for every type of installation. Knowledgeable personnel are always happy to advise do-it-yourselfers who have questions about the best route to success.
Tips on Sizing Up Your Room
Getting a handle on the square footage of your space
will help you get a grip on your budget
Carpet, vinyl, tile, laminates and hardwood are all sold by the square foot, so, the size of your room can be a big factor in your choice of floor surface. Though a measuring specialist will obtain precise dimensions before you buy, it’s a good idea to begin with an approximate idea of your room size. With this information, you’ll be able to zero in on the type of floor and the price range that best suits your budget. Use a simple retractable tape measure, not a ruler or yardstick. It should be at least 12 feet long. You’ll also also need a calculator, pencil and paper to jot down your calculations. Ideally, measuring a room is a two-person job, one at each end of the measuring tape. Here are a few tips:
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