Floorings for Fabulous Spaces

Explore our exclusive range of flooring products!

Wondering which flooring is suited best for your commercial and residential spaces? Browse through a stunning collection of Engineered Hardwood, SPC, and Solid wood floorings to enhance the interior, design, and life of your favorite places! From unmatchable quality to incredible variations, get ready to
make the best flooring choice with Prime Home USA!
AguaShield Series SPC
A Flooring that’s All in One!
There are many benefits to owning SPC flooring because of its unmatched durability. It also mimics the luxury of natural wood or stone at a lower price point, making it practical for even more people.
LeBois Series Engineered Hardwood
Pick from the Special Edition!
If you’re looking for a floor to last, then look no further. Life-Long warranties are just one of the many reasons why our Engineered hardwood floors will make your home even more beautiful and valuable.
Century Series Solid Wood –
A Timeless Comparison to Anything!
Solid wood flooring has a lifespan of up to 100 years, no wonder it is the most genuine flooring type for anyone looking for authentic and relatively strong wood. Easy to clean and slightly superior! Perfection in one word.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions!

Vinyl flooring is a material made of layers, including vinyl. The most common type consists of 4-layers: felt or fiberglass backing; core layer, which was often cardboard during early days but now includes polypropylene and oriented strand board (OSB); a decorative patterned top surface that offers different looks like tile patterns or wood grain textures; final wear layer for protection from scuffs and scratches.

SPC stands for Stone Plastic Composite. The core of the composite is typically made up of calcium carbonate, polyvinyl chloride, plasticizers, and other components like wood flour to make them look more natural when it comes out in an engineered laminate at your local home improvement store. And what about Wood Plastic Composite or WPC floors, you might be wondering?! 

Well, they’re also called composites because their cores consist primarily of PVC (the same as with SPS) but instead use a combination of timber-like materials such as wood flour mixed with plastics that have been foamed into beads.

One might think just because they’re priced the same that their features would be too. But surprisingly enough, there are some critical differences between these two materials. WPC and SPC both offer durability and stability for a start off. Still, when it comes to performance at home in commercial spaces such as schools or office buildings -SPC has an edge with its limestone composition, making for a more durable result overall while also being denser. 

As far as which one’s best underfoot, though: if you value softer floors, then go with WPC; however, those looking for resistance against scratches may want to consider going with SPC, so your flooring stays smooth without any dents on top.

For the perfect flooring installation, measure your room before buying materials. There are two things you need to know: width and length (in square footage). Once you have that info, it’s easy!

Note – 5% wastage for SPC, 10% for engineered and solid. 

Also, the Prime Home USA calculator is the key to your shopping success. With this feature, you can see how many cartons and sqft of the product will be needed with just a few clicks! It is easy to use! 

You can try it out from the reference link


Vinyl flooring is durable and great for heavy foot traffic. It’s cozy underfoot and reduces noise, which can be great for people with kids or pets! The cost of vinyl is also less than many other types of floors; it installs easily on various substrate materials (such as concrete), takes only 30 minutes per room in most cases, the finish resists scratches better than hardwood floors do. 

Vinyl flooring really has some significant perks you’ll want to consider before choosing your new home’s style.

This type of flooring has some elasticity to it, which makes it a bit different from other types, such as cork or linoleum that are more rigid. 

Have you ever needed to install your own floor before? If so, then installing Aguashield Series should be really easy. All that’s required is some essential equipment and a bit of experience with home repair projects! Check out our articles for more information.

So how do you remove spots and spills? Well, the first thing to remember is that it’s wise to absorb wet spills as quickly as possible with paper or cloth towels. If necessary, rinse this area of your luxury vinyl flooring thoroughly before blotting dry- but don’t forget about dried spots! These should be removed by gentle agitation followed by thorough rinsing in water (leaving no residue). 

For stubborn stains which won’t come off with just water alone – use simple rubbing alcohol diluted in warm water on a clean white cotton rag. Avoid detergents and abrasive cleaners since these products can leave dull residues behind- they’re not something Luxury Vinyl Flooring needs any help removing!

If you have pets at home, hardwood floors are not the best option for your flooring. The wood is easily scratched and permanently discolored if it gets stained by its urine. 

However, SPC floorings are designed to withstand excessive wear-and-tear from household animals like cats and dogs; they’re much more durable than natural wood but just as warm in look – perfect for homes with furry friends!

Our engineered floss normally has 7-10 layers.

There are many different shapes of wood edges that produce various appearances. We offer:

  • Square Edges – smooth, seamless appearance 
  • Micro Edge – subtle distinction between planks 
  • Beveled Edges – distinct grooves and casual rustic look between the boards 

Micro-bevelled (eased) edging has a bevel about half as deep as around one for an even more relaxed feel with less contrast to the nearby surface. This is perfect if you have hardwood flooring or prefer not to show any sign of wear on your floors in areas near doorways where people walk around all day long!

So, you’re thinking about installing engineered hardwood flooring? There are three different ways to do this: 

  1. Nail down if you plan on putting it over a plywood subfloor 
  2. Glue the pieces together and nail them in place if your floors will be installed on top of either concrete or plywood 
  3. If neither is an option, “float” the boards by nailing one piece at a time using joist hangers and spacers as needed!

I moved my area rug and realized the color of the wood is noticeably different now that it’s exposed. What happened? It would seem I’ve caused some damage by moving furniture around significantly because sunlight exposure can darken or lighten a bare floor!

Wooden flooring is susceptible to premature wear and tear caused by water. We recommend a hardwood cleaner with microfiber for the safest mopping option!

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