Wilson’s Floor Covering
Story by Ann Butenas | Sponsored Content
Has this ever happened to you? You are cleaning your floors and wondering if it is time for an upgrade to some new carpet, tile, or hardwood. You may wonder what the latest trends are and how you can make your spaces look fresh and new. If you think your floors could use an update, then it is probably time to speak with the experts at Wilson’s Floor Covering, Inc. Located in Platte City, Missouri, this family-owned and operated business that has been serving customers since 1987 provides quality flooring to customers throughout the metro area.
Despite being walked on constantly, flooring is one of the most important elements of your home’s interior design. Your flooring gets used and abused on a daily basis. Because it is also an integral part of the aesthetics of your home, it is important to find that intersection of form and function that will complement the overall style of your home and make you feel happy at the same time.
Whether tile, wood, carpet or vinyl, Wilson’s Flooring Covering, Inc. has it all. Choosing new flooring can seem like a daunting task, with so many options, styles, and brands available. Plus, the flooring you choose typically sets the stage for all other design elements in your home. Therefore, it just makes sense to have trusted experts at your side to help you select the perfect flooring, not only for the style of your home, but also for the way you live.
Fortunately, Wilson’s Floor Covering, Inc. specializes in a wide range of carpet, vinyl, natural stone, tile, laminate, hardwood, and cork. They have everything to meet your flooring needs.
“A lot of people are trying to update their homes, and we approach each project as if it were for our own home,” indicated Aubrie Weed, Vice-President. “We make sure to fully understand what each client’s needs are and will then advise accordingly. Trends change over the years, and if you have had the same flooring for the past 20 years, we are here to help you find the best selections for your home.”
Weed emphasized how many homes today are designed with an open floor plan, which lends itself to flooring that is less choppy and more cohesive throughout the flow of the spaces. Even if that seems a bit challenging for the homeowner, the experts at Wilson’s will measure to the last detail.
“Many homeowners have no idea what a flooring project entails,” explained Weed. “It is actually a construction project – or perhaps de-construction is a better word. Our installers will cut the old hardwood flooring out or they may have to use a jackhammer to remove old tile. However, our customers are thrilled when it is all said and done.”
To that end, Wilson’s offers consultations prior to each project installation.
“Most of the time, people think they know what they want or need, but often they don’t. That is where we come in with options for them,” said Weed. “Plus, if they are replacing their flooring because they intend to sell their home, we advise them on what to keep and what to replace, making color and style suggestions.”
Open and honest communication is an integral part of the relationship between the sales staff and the customers, and the company’s ultimate goal is complete customer satisfaction achieved through individual and personal attention.
“This is not a high-pressure sale,” said Weed. “Our staff is not on commission, so our focus is on suiting your needs, not just making a sale.”
Throughout the company’s expansive showroom, customers can browse all of the selections and gather some incredible ideas.
Because Wilson’s Floor Covering, Inc. adheres to a high standard of quality, customers know they are receiving proper materials installed by some of the most experienced tradespeople in the industry. To avoid any surprises, Wilson’s Floor Covering, Inc. prices everything together, including the padding and sales tax.
Weed emphasized that a significant amount of flooring available now is highly user-friendly and relatively maintenance-free. Carpets are solution dyed which means the color is locked in, so it is safe to clean and sanitize it with bleach and other cleaning chemicals. Plus, these advanced products are resistant to fading from the sun.