At Needham’s Home Center , we pride ourselves on offering the most comprehensive line of flooring products. We are your one stop shop for your flooring needs. Whether it is plush carpet in your living room, ceramic tile in your bathroom, or hardwoods in your entry way, we have the right product for each of your flooring applications.
Things to consider when choosing flooring:
Offers the broadest color and style combinations as well as visual and actual textures. Soft and warm underfoot, carpet can go over most any surface. Styles and grades for every pocketbook.
Available as solid (for use at or above grade) and engineered (can go anywhere in the home). Traditional styles and exotics. Natural, stained, prefinished or site finished. Remember: wood has a color too!
The newest flooring type. Low maintenance and high wear characteristics. Rapidly expanding selection of wood, stone, and ceramic patterns. Custom installations now possible. Impact, dent, wear and fade resistant. New sound, step and noise protection.
Unlimited colors and shapes. Unlimited potential for custom installations. Exceedingly durable. Graded for use. Styles to include natural stone. Porcelain can go indoors or out.
Mohawk cushion is specifically designed to maximize and extend your carpet’s plush feel and high performance. Cushion helps your carpet feel richer and more luxurious; it also improves your carpet’s acoustical and insulating properties making the room quieter and warmer.
Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm |
Saturday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm |
Sunday CLOSED |
Other hours by appointment
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