Kent Kitchens can help you select the floor of your choice. Our portfolio includes hardwood, laminates and tile floors.

We offer an expansive array of colors and designs to meet the personal style of all customers and technological innovations that make lives easier.


No other flooring offers the warmth, beauty and value of wood. Wood flooring enhances the décor of any room, and it provides beauty that will increase in value throughout the years. Houses with wood flooring will sell faster and for a higher price than houses without wood flooring.

Maintenance of wood floors is easy! Regular cleaning with little more than sweeping and/or vacuuming, with an occasional use of a professional wood floor cleaning product is all that is called for. Please use a cleaning product recommended by your flooring manufacturer. This will ensure that you use the proper cleaner for your type of flooring and finish.

Over time, wood floors maintain their value. Today’s wood floors are affordable, ecologically friendly and will look beautiful and timeless.

Wood floors come in many styles, colors and species. You are sure to find your color and style to fit your décor with such choices as Oak, rustic Pine, exotic Wenge or trendy Bamboo, just to mention a few of the wood floors available.


Do you want the beautiful appearance of a real hardwood floor but with exceptional performance that will hold up from the wear and tear from kids, pets, and spills? Laminate floors offer many benefits for homeowners, including exceptional durability, easy to clean surfaces, superior stain resistance and superior fade resistance. It can be installed on all grade levels, even below grade and over many different types of sub floors, including concrete slabs. It offers great impact and indentation resistance, exceptional realism at affordable costs and is easy to replace latter on, if desired. The answer many homeowners have found is choosing one of the many laminate floors.

While these floors are similar in construction to the Formica kitchen counter tops, they offer many added performance features. Laminate flooring has a more durable finish to help protect your floor from scratching and chipping. They also come in planks and tiles with special tongue and groove locking systems. Most laminate floors are secured together without any glue. Some laminate floor collections are offered with pre-glued edges while a few others do require special glue to secure the planks together.

Laminate flooring originally came from Europe where they have been used in homes for over many years. Although some laminate floors are still imported, many brands are now made here in the U.S.A. The performance differences between the brands appear to be minor even though the construction methods that are used may be slightly different. All the laminate floors offer good performance characteristics and are often confused with real hardwood floors by consumers. Our cross-section diagram of a laminate floor should help you better understand the differences between wood and laminates.


Ceramic tile varies in size from 1” x 1” to 24” x 24”. The most commonly used sizes are the 12” by 18” squares. Usually, larger tiles give an area a larger, less busy look. Larger tiles also provide another benefit – you will have less grout to keep clean.

When it comes to styles, the selection of ceramic tile is practically endless. Stone-like tiles are among the most popular. Their appearance is so realistic that they are often mistaken for the natural stones they imitate. Many stone-look tiles contain a mix of hues while others may exhibit shades of a single color. Unless they are imitating a smooth surface like marble, they will display a rugged surface.

If you prefer a more formal, classy look, look for the high gloss, marbleized tiles. They will add a touch of elegance to any home.

If your household includes active children or elderly family members, high gloss surfaces can present a problem. They can become extremely slippery when wet and thus present a hazard.

Ceramic tile texture is directly related to its style and varies in degree of shine – from dull to semi-gloss to glass-like.