Floor Coverings International Petitcodiac is a locally-owned expert in hardwood flooring selection and installation. We combine personalized service with national buying power to deliver the look you want at an exceptional value in Petitcodiac, NB.
Regardless of lifestyle, wood flooring adds value and comfort to any décor. With so many styles and types of hardwood to choose from, our designers can help you narrow down the options to find the perfect choice for your home.
Online Product Gallery
Be sure to visit our online product gallery where you can browse all different kinds of hardwood flooring and save your favorites to show your family and friends as you come up with ideas.
Hardwood flooring is available in a variety of styles, colors and designs to meet the high demands of discerning buyers with busy lifestyles. Choose from factory finished, unfinished, solid, engineered, strip, plank, parquet, and acrylic impregnated. Consider oak, maple, cherry, bamboo or cherry hardwood floors for your home in the Petitcodiac area.
Hardwood Flooring Benefits
- Adds warmth and beauty
- Can add lasting value to your home
- Offers great design flexibility
- Does not retain dust, pollen and other allergens
- Low maintenance
- Enhances room décor and offers ageless beauty
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We partner with Shaw, Armstrong and many other hardwood flooring manufacturers to bring you the selection, quality, and superior value your project demands.
Plus, because of our national buying power, we also have unique products and designs you won’t find anywhere else.
Armstrong and Shaw Flooring Partners
For hardwood flooring in the greater Petitcodiac, NB area, let the professionals at Floor Coverings International help you make the right choice today.
About Petitcodiac, NB
Petitcodiac is a Canadian village in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. It is named after the Petitcodiac River, which begins in the village at the junction of the North River and Anagance River. The name is believed to be derived either from a Mi’kmaq word meaning “bends like a bow” or from a Maliseet word meaning “sound of thunder”.
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