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Professional Quality Flooring & Carpet Installation in Long Beach

We provide flooring and carpet installation in Long Beach. A carpet or flooring installation removes allergens, dust, and bacteria—making your home a cleaner, healthier, and safer place to live. Contact B&B Carpets in Long Beach, California, today if you are looking to update your home. We provide reliable service in Los Angeles, Orange County, and the surrounding areas.


Carpet & Flooring Installations

Vinyl Sheets

We Have Your Floors Covered

We provide excellent quality and service, as well as affordable prices, to individual homeowners, REALTORS®, and commercial property owners to meet their floor covering needs. Whether you need vinyl flooring or wool carpet, we have your solution. B&B Carpets offers:

  • Carpets From Shaw, Mohawk, Dream Weavers, & Godfrey Hirst (Wool)
  • Luxury Vinyl Planks From Shaw, Mohawk, Impervio, Moduleo, Reward, Paradigm, & Eternity
  • Vinyl Floors From Armstrong, Mannington, & Tarkett
  • Laminate Floors From Shaw, Quick Step, & Eternity


What Sets Us Apart

There is no job too large or too small for us, so give us a call today. Our clients are our top priority, and we see each one as a unique opportunity. By providing competitive pricing as well as the best possible service, we hope to maintain a long-lasting relationship.


Sheet Vinyl

About Sheet Vinyl Flooring

An alternative to natural stone, ceramic tile, and even hardwood, sheet vinyl is a great way to get the look you want in rooms that are more susceptible to moisture. These surfaces are a winning combination of realism, on-trend style, and practical durability, which makes them a popular choice with homeowners known for their exceptional taste.

Thanks to its layered construction, sheet vinyl provides stability, cushioning, and a protective finish for durability. That means you never have to sacrifice style to get a low-maintenance floor that can take on traffic, topples, and spills with ease.

We carry the following Sheet Vinyl Manufacturers:

Armstrong, Logo Mannington, Logo Shaw Floors MOHAWK
Forbo


Misconceptions

Most people think vinyl, then envision kitchens of decades past. Well, things have definitely changed. Innovative technology allows the vinyl sheet to have styles with visuals and texture so realistic they can be mistaken for real hardwood, ceramic or stone flooring. Homeowners with great taste are opting for premium vinyl sheet over other flooring types for its winning combination of realism, on-trend stylishness, and practical durability.

Always remember you don't have to sacrifice style to get a low-maintenance floor that takes on traffic, topples and spills with ease. Vinyl flooring lets you transform any room with gorgeously realistic and durable designs inspired by wood, stone, ceramic — and your own imagination.


Vinyl Composition Tile

About Vinyl Composition Tile Flooring

Designed for high-traffic areas, VCT is a commercial-grade flooring option capable of masking scuffs and soils in busy retail, classroom, and convenient store spaces. The manufacturers of these surfaces understand that attractiveness is still important, which is why they offer VCT in a variety of durable and stylish designs. Some can even very closely resemble stone, wood, terrazzo, and concrete in hundreds of varying patterns.

Vinyl composition tile (VCT) is a finished flooring material used primarily in commercial and institutional applications. Modern vinyl floor tiles and sheet flooring and versions of those products sold since the early 1980s are composed of colored polyvinyl chloride (PVC) chips formed into solid sheets of varying thicknesses (1/8" is most common) by heat and pressure. Floor tiles are cut into modular shapes such 12" x 12" squares or 12" x 24" rectangles. In installation the floor tiles or sheet flooring are applied to a smooth, leveled sub-floor using a specially formulated vinyl adhesive or tile mastic that remains pliable. In commercial applications some tiles are typically waxed and buffed using special materials and equipment. Modern vinyl floor tile is frequently chosen for high-traffic areas because of its low cost, durability, and ease of maintenance. Vinyl tiles have high resilience to abrasion and impact damage and can be repeatedly refinished with chemical strippers and mechanical buffing equipment. If properly installed, tiles can be easily removed and replaced when damaged. Tiles are available in a variety of colors from several major flooring manufacturers. Some manufacturers have created vinyl tiles that very closely resemble wood, stone, terrazzo, and concrete and hundreds of varying patterns.

Armstrong, Logo Tarkett


Engineered Hardwood

About Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Solid hardwood typically comes straight from the tree and to your home. This can create a gorgeous look for your space, but isn’t always the most practical choice when you need something durable. Engineered hardwood is the perfect choice to get the look you want with the durability you need.

Engineered hardwood is created from layers of plywood, high-density fiberboard, or hardwood to create a more stable surface designed to reduce moisture problems. This helps avoid issues with swelling and warping while remaining one of the most environmentally-friendly flooring options on the market today.

We carry the following Engineered Hardwood manufacturer's below:

Shaw Floors Mohawk Mannington Eternity
California Classics


Pros:

  • Engineered hardwood flooring is designed to reduce the moisture problems associated with conventional hardwood.
  • Its layers block moisture and provide added stability to your floor.
  • Engineered flooring will not swell or warp, making it very low maintenance.
  • Environmental Advantages of Engineered Hardwood.

Choosing engineered flooring is considered more environmentally-friendly than traditional hardwood for a few reasons.

  • Veneer is sliced rather than cut with a saw. This process produces no sawdust, which means that all of the tree’s wood can be used. The sawdust produced making hardwood boards is wasted wood (and adds up to a significant amount).
  • Hardwood trees grow much more slowly than the trees used to make engineered flooring cores. Because more surface area is produced making veneer, installing traditional hardwood uses many times the amount of slow growing tree. This makes the replenishing time much longer.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring Cons

There are, in actuality, very few principle drawbacks to this type of hardwood flooring, but this doesn’t make it a foolproof project or even the right floor for every application.

  • Comparable to solid hardwood in terms of cost, engineered floors are still considerably more expensive than laminate, tile, and carpet.
  • That said, by far, the biggest concern as a homeowner should be avoiding shoddy or inferior engineered manufacturers and products.
  • Veneers that are too thin will prevent sanding and refinishing opportunities that may double the lifetime of the floor.
  • Some veneers are so thin and poorly made that they can prematurely warp or fade.
  • Core layers must still be fashioned from high-quality wood. Some manufacturers try to cut corners by using fiberboard or oriented strand board that may compromise the stability of your floor and, at the very least, will result in an inferior flooring product.

Most engineered wood can be sanded and refinished several times throughout the life of the floor. Other things to keep in mind regarding the durability of engineered wood flooring:
Engineered hardwood can be installed in challenging spaces.
The structure makes it a versatile hardwood option for areas where humidity and temperature could be a concern — like basements — or over concrete slab or radiant heating systems. However, we still do not recommend installing engineered floors in laundry rooms or bathrooms.
Scratch and dent resistance differs among wood species.
The top layer of engineered flooring is wood, so hardness depends on the species. Oak, Maple and Hickory are naturally harder, so they resist dents, scratches and other signs of wear better than softer woods like Birch, Cherry and Walnut
Before deciding on Solid or Engineered hardwood flooring, consider these factors...
Location, Location, Location

The location of your hardwood flooring basically falls into three categories:

  • On Grade - at ground level.
  • Above Grade - any second level or higher.
  • Below Grade - any floor below ground level, including basements or sunkenliving rooms.

The construction of an engineered hardwood gives it enhanced structural stability that allows it to be installed at any grade level when a moisture barrier such as Selitac Thermally Insulating Underlayment.


Laminate

About Laminate Flooring

Looking just like hardwood or stone, laminate is a resilient flooring option that features long-lasting durability that makes it perfect for the busiest homes or main street businesses. The four distinct layers that makeup laminate flooring work together to withstand the everyday challenges of active families and heavy foot traffic. This helps your floors look newer for longer.

The team at our flooring store has installed laminate in a wide variety of color variations, distinctive grains, textures, edge treatments, and glosses. The one thing they all have in common, however, is that they were created with meticulous attention to detail and authenticity. This helps to create the same beauty you see in the surfaces that the laminate imitates.

We carry the following laminate Manufacturers:

Armstrong, Logo Quick Step Logo Shaw Floors Mohawk
Republic Flooring Mannington Eternity Gemwoods


Laminate floors feature a high-resolution photo and variety of realistic surface textures to closely imitate real wood, stone or ceramic, creating a look with depth and color. Our premium printing process creates rich colors that don't fade, so you can enjoy a beautiful floor style at home for years to come.

The four layers that makeup laminate flooring include:

Transparent, Wear-Resistant Overlay

A variety of textures that closely imitate real wood along with a wear layer for superior scuff and scratch resistance.

Design Layer

Real visuals and patterns of natural wood, stone, and ceramic.

Premium HDF Core Board

Patented click-joints for snap-together installation and a core of high-density fiber board that gives stability, dent-resistance and is made of recycled materials.

Balancing Layer

Balance layer for stability — prevents bowing or collapsing.

Realistic Hardwood, Stone and Custom Looks

We've created every laminate style with a high attention to detail and authenticity. Color variations, distinctive grain, textures, edge treatments and gloss are selected to reflect the true beauty of the natural material that inspired the design.

  • Hardwood looks range from traditional smooth styles and exotic patterned species to weathered, rustic, hand-scraped and reclaimed textured timber. Choose from a wide range of colors with high sheen and matte gloss options.
  • Stone looks capture the rugged but refined texture of natural slate tiles, the gorgeous color variation of Spanish stone pavers or the smooth elegance of tumbled stone blocks. Available in a variety of colors.
  • Custom designer looks embrace the unexpected, blending woods, metals and weathered concrete to create unique styles you won't find in nature, but that look naturally beautiful.

Authentic Texture

Many types of embossing techniques are used to create surface textures that perfectly complement each design.

  • Embossed-in-Register (EIR) – Elevates the realism by aligning the design image with the texture. Examples include knots, chatter marks, wood grain and tile grout lines.
  • Overall Texture (OT) – Texture is applied over the entire surface to enhance the design, but the texture does not align to the design image.
  • Hand-Scraped Texture (HST) – Consists of a soft to heavy hand-scraped wood effect, often with chatter marks, depending on the design.

Plank Width

Most wood look planks are at least 4" wide, with many available in on-trend extra wide-widths over 7" or mixed-width styles. Stone-look tiles range between 12" and 15", though you can find some looks with multiple sizes and shapes that are randomly placed.


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