If you’re searching for the best flooring store in Centre County, look no further than JRs Quality Tile and Hardwood. Whether you’re in State College, or anywhere else in the area, there’s no better selection of tile and hardwood around.
Fred McClellan is the owner and chief installer at JRs. He recently sat down to talk about his recommendations for different flooring situations.
Q: How long have you been installing flooring?
A: I learned tile at a very young age - 17 - working with my father in his construction company and floor covering store that was located in Pine Grove Mills. After that I went off and worked in some other trades for awhile but my heart was in the tile.
Q: What is a current hot trend in flooring?
A: High definition technology has improved the looks of porcelain tile and Luxury vinyl planks. It’s getting difficult to tell them apart today.
Q: What flooring do you recommend for high-traffic areas? Why?
A: I would recommend a porcelain tile for any high use area for its great looks and ease of cleaning.
Q: For people with allergies, what flooring types help?
A: Any hard surface flooring works well. Porcelain tile, hardwood, vinyl tile or vinyl sheet materials.
Q: If someone is remodeling their basement, what flooring types work best? Why?
A: Porcelain tile or vinyl flooring work best in a basement. This depends on how the use will be used and the budget for the project.
Q: Why should someone go to JR'S for their flooring needs?
A: We have the largest selection of tile and hardwood in Centre County , we will also assist with the entire design to help you bring all the colors together. From the flooring thru the counter tops we can help you with your entire project.
Q: Do you have any current special offers for customers?
A: We always have something on sale from one of our manufactures we represent.
To learn more about how JRs Quality Tile and Hardwood can help transform your flooring into a highlight of your home, contact them today. They service State College flooring needs, as well as the surrounding areas.