CHF BC works with several flooring providers, offering service across the Lower Mainland (K&A Flooring, and CD Contracting) and Vancouver Island (Island Floor Centre). Please see the COVID-19 Phase 2 Safety Plan and Phase 2 Pre-screening questions.CD Contract Division | K&A Flooring | Island Floor Centre | Greener Flooring | Vinyl Plank
CD Contract Division and K&A Flooring both offer preferential prices to CHF BC members in the Lower Mainland for all of their flooring needs, whether for one unit or the whole co-op.
Our flooring program offers a wide range of residential and commercial carpet, vinyl plank, sheet vinyl, tiles and laminate flooring. All products are chosen for their quality and affordability and carry a minimum 10-year warranty. Whatever your budget, you can be confident that CD Contract Division or K&A Flooring will provide you with the best value for your money.
Contact us to find out more, get an estimate or place an order.
If your co-op has a flooring installation scheduled, here are some forms to review:
Island Floor Centre joined CHF BC as a Group Buying partner in 2020 and offers great value for flooring products and installation to member housing co-ops on Vancouver Island.
The team at Island Floor Centre offer members 35 years of experience and “end-to-end” service from consultation to installation. They provide members with preferential prices, the use of your choice of high-quality products from Armstrong and Beaulieu and an 18-month warranty on labour (industry standard is 12 months).
**Great new offer for new co-op customers: $200 towards the first job and a chance to win either an appliance or a $500 RONA/Lowes gift card.**
For more information or to enroll in the program contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many factors go into flooring choices: member needs and preferences, the costs of the materials and installation, the level of maintenance required and the estimated lifetime of the materials.
The environmental impact of our decisions is another important factor for many. Here we have put together a chart to help members navigate some of those various factors — including how green different flooring options are.
The material cost comparison excludes labour and consists of the product and the underlay. It is a few years old. The maintenance cost is based on the expected life of the material. The environmental impact is based on a number of studies that assess environmental attributes of each flooring product. For more information see 2019’s “Comparison of Environmental Impacts of Flooring Alternatives” by primary author Jim L. Bowyer.
There are many choices for flooring, but vinyl plank is especially popular with housing co-ops.
Vinyl plank can resemble the texture and feel of stone, wood, and even clay tiles and with today’s manufacturing technology it can look like real hardwood floors, but feels soft. Cleaning vinyl plank floors is as simple as a slight wipe down with a mop. It’s easy to maintain as you can either sweep or vacuum your floors.
Vinyl planks are produced in a way that makes them water, stain, scratch and scuff resistant, which makes for a very durable floor that takes a lot of time to wear out. If a plank does get damaged, you can easily change it with a new piece. Co-ops love vinyl plank for the simple reason that it’s the most durable flooring product on the market.