Soft. Warm. Comfortable under your toes. Carpeting comes in an almost endless array of colors and styles for the look and feeling you want in your Newtown home. Textures are plush, tailored, or patterned to bring out the personality of any room. Our Design Associate will help you review the best options for carpet in Newtown – given your desired style and budget.Make the right carpeting choice.
Nothing has a greater impact on the look, feel, and function of a room than flooring. Whether you choose carpet, hardwood, laminate, tile, bamboo or high quality vinyl, flooring is an investment. Be sure you make the right choice. When you are looking for new carpet, tile flooring, stone, vinyl, laminate, or hardwood floors, Floor Coverings International is ready to help you every step of the way. From design concept and product consultation through to installation, FCI is your premier choice for flooring in the greater Newtown region.
Benefits to You:
- Free In-Home Design Consultation. We take the hassle out of getting beautiful new flooring. With thousands of selections to choose from, our design associates can help you narrow the choices by considering your lifestyle, personal tastes, and existing décor.
- See your flooring – in your room – before it’s installed. Wonder what your room would look like with new flooring? We’ll show you. Trying to decide between three shades of carpet? Let us show you how each would look. Our industry-leading InspireNet™ technology allows you to see your room and your furnishings – with the floor of your choice – and all in seconds using a digital photo.
- Our National Buying Power. The buying power of 100+ franchises allows us to pass along savings with factory direct pricing from names like Shaw, Armstrong, Bruce, Mohawk, Daltile, Kraus, Gulistan, Beaulieu and more!
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Newtown is a village in southeastern Hamily County, Ohio, near Cincinnati. It was first settled in 1792 under the name Mercersburg. The name changed before the village incorporated in 1901. The village has an area of 2.3 square miles and 2,240 residents as of the last census. For more information, visit the Village of Newtown official website.