Here on our website, and at every one of our seven valley showrooms, you’ll discover Arizona’s largest selection of high quality, high-fashion, name brand area rugs and flooring.
Soon you’ll become acquainted with some of the most experienced and mostknowledgeable flooring professionals around. Each member of our sales team averages more than 20 years experience in the flooring industry.
You can also look forward to enjoying world-class customer service, the kind our customers rank right up there with the best they have ever experienced.
But beyond our wall-to-wall capabilities, we deliver something rare and precious -- one measurement none of our competitors can match. Baker Bros. offers you…
More trust per square foot.
It’s trust we’ve earned, by serving the local community for over 70 years and providing this region with the finest, most fashionable flooring products.
(So fashionable it has become our motto: “Where Fashion Meets Flooring”.)
It’s trust we’ve created, through employees who believe customer service is a culture, not a department; people dedicated to doing whatever it takes to make things right. Because we and our families live here with you.
It’s also trust returned, by the generations of Arizona customers who continue to come back to us because of our genuine caring, knowledge sharing and personal involvement.
At Baker Bros. you never go it alone.
And it’s trust recognized, with an unmatched customer satisfaction rating and by global brand leaders like DuPont® Stainmaster® who have chosen Baker Bros. as Arizona’s only authorized Stainmaster® Flooring Center.
We also carry only the highest quality, most trusted brands in resilient/vinyl flooring, including the state of the art Stainmaster resilent/vinyl product assortment.
Your investment in flooring for your home requires doing business with people who have the highest marks for honesty and integrity.
Baker Bros. delivers on both. And no other flooring company around here can match us when it comes to life’s most important measurement: trust.
It starts right here, right now. In the sections that follow you can trust us to share all we know about resilient/vinyl flooring. So please continue.
First, allow us to clear up some of the terminology so you can be a smarter shopper in this category of flooring.
Resilient floors, as the name implies, have some "give" or elasticity when you walk across them.
Resilient floors are often used in kitchens and baths because of their good looks, resistance to moisture and wide variety of colors and textures.
These floors are relatively easy to keep clean. Their main enemy is grit or sand that can be ground into the surface. (Don’t worry, we’ll tell you how to maintain vinyl floors in the Upkeep section.)
No matter which resilient floor you choose, you will find stylish options, high performance and tremendous value.
You can completely customize your floor by mixing contrasting colors patchwork style, creating medallions or curved cuts that express your unique vision and personality. Let your imagination run free!
Now, some resilient floors are vinyl but not all vinyl floors are resilient.
However, the most common type of resilient flooring is vinyl, which is why most of the sections in this part of the website are labeled Vinyl.
There are two types of vinyl flooring: sheet vinyl and luxury vinyl tile (LVT).
For our purposes here, and throughout the rest of the sections, we will refer to sheet vinyl simply as vinyl, or vinyl flooring.
LVT has all the advantages of vinyl, is available in a wide array of colors and can look good anywhere.
Spare luxury vinyl tiles can be kept on hand to repair worn areas, and the LVT format opens up unlimited possibilities for creating your own unique patterns.
However, vinyl flooring also offers you many tempting advantages.
In fact, no other floor covering category offers you the selection, styling, ease of maintenance and value as a vinyl floor!
Thanks to some great advances in styling and technology, vinyl floors have been changed forever.
Vinyl flooring can now realistically mimic the look and textures of real ceramic, stone and wood grain patterns.
These amazing replicas have such incredible realism it is difficult for most people to tell whether it's the real thing or not. Who needs to know, right?
Finally, a note about linoleum, which is not a resilient flooring but the one you probably recall as the original kitchen and bath flooring.
While linoleum is enjoying somewhat of a renaissance, the most popular floor covering material in this category is luxury vinyl tile and plank. New luxury vinyl features vinyl that looks like wood, vinyl that looks like stone, and vinyl that looks like tile.
So if vinyl flooring is a possibility, we invite you to explore the other sections on beautifying your home with vinyl flooring from Baker Bros., the people who inspire…
More trust per square foot.