Hard Surface

Strong, durable, and naturally beautiful! Hard surface flooring options offer luxury and performance.

Our Hard Surface Selection

If you're looking to add style and value to your home setting, be sure to take a look at the many hard surface flooring options.  We at Johnson Carpet One offer hard surfaces such as wood, tile, and vinyl in our Grandville, MI showroom.  Be sure to stop by today to get started on that next home project! 

Wood Flooring

The right wood floor can most definitely add value to your home.  Why?  For one thing, no two wood floors look exactly the same, so they certainly help create one-of-a-kind looks. One of our most popular wood flooring options is hardwood flooring.  

Visit our hardwood flooring page.

What's great about wood floors like hardwood is that, if properly maintained, they can last for a long, long time.  Learn about hardwood maintenance.

One of our featured brands is Casabella.  Learn more!


Although wood's beauty is undeniable, it is definitely not the most durable flooring option. Laminate flooring, however, does combine wood's looks with extra strength and resistance. Click here to take a closer look at laminate flooring.


In kitchens and bathrooms, tile flooring is an extremely popular option.  Tiles are resistant to heat and moisture, and they also are easy to clean.  Ceramic tile is preferred for indoor settings.  

Visit our tile page.

We have tile from the following brands:

Daltile Virginia Tile  American Olean


If you're looking to add the looks of wood or stone in areas with heavy foot traffic or moisture, vinyl flooring may be your best option.  Vinyl offers premium wear resistance and dimensional stability, so it can handle almost every settings.  Click here to learn more about vinyl flooring.

Luxury vinyl flooring takes all of vinyl's advantages a step further.  It combines authentic looks with premium performance and comfort underfoot. Visit our luxury vinyl page.

Check out some of our most popular luxury vinyl flooring options:

Mannington Adura DuraCeramic  COREtec EarthWerks  Tarkett  Casabella