Business Name
Greenfield: 4820 Loomis Rd., Greenfield, WI 53220
Phone: 414-744-9400
Waukesha: 2142 E Moreland Blvd, Waukesha, WI 53186
Phone: 262-524-1455

Our Flooring Products and Services

Whether you are thinking of replacing your old wall to wall carpeting with hardwood floors or you want beautiful tile in your kitchen, Stu’s Flooring in Greenfield and Waukesha, WI has you and your floors covered. We can do a single room or your entire home. Our flooring experts are highly qualified to provide you with assistance. We work with precision and care with an eye on the details to ensure that the work is done perfectly. For us, customer satisfaction is the top priority.

  • Carpet

    The sales staff at our store will help you find the right carpet for your space, whether it’s the busiest room in the house or a quiet refuge from the world. Carpet makes a room feel comfortable and inviting. Carpet muffles sound, is soft and warm underfoot, and is an easy way to add color or design into your room. Color and texture help influence the “feel” of a room. A brightly colored carpet with a looser texture creates a more casual environment, while a carpet in a traditional floral pattern can give a more formal feel. Our showrooms have hundreds of style and pattern options to choose from.

    Stu’s Flooring has a Lifetime Installation Guarantee, meaning that as long as the floor is in your home we guarantee you’ll be satisfied with our install. If something happens, we’ll come out and fix it.

    Want to shop for carpet from the comfort of your own home? Schedule a Shop At Home appointment and we’ll bring the samples to you!

    Carpet Styles

    Level Loop Pile (also called Berber)
    Loop carpets are marked by a continuous uncut surface that resists crushing and matting. This style wears well and is suited for casual rooms with lots of traffic and activity.

    Textured Cut Pile
    Textured cut pile is probably the most popular construction. It’s durable because of the type of fiber used, the density of the tufts and the amount of twist in the yarn. Highly twisted yarn will hold its shape longer which makes it a smart choice for higher traffic areas.

    Saxony has a soft, smooth texture and will show foot and vacuum marks. This is a good choice where you want a formal look in a room that has less traffic.

    Friezé (pronounced free-zay)
    Friezé has tightly twisted yarns giving it a contemporary look while making it a smart choice for any high traffic area of your home. This style is less likely to show vacuum marks or footprints than other cut pile styles.

    Cut and Loop
    Cut and loop carpet combines cut and uncut loops to create a pattern available in solid and multi colors. There are infinite numbers of unique geometric and overall patterns from which to choose. This style is suited for both formal and contemporary looks.

    Want to begin your search online? Click here!

    Click here for carpet care instructions.

  • Commercial Flooring

    Stu’s Flooring Offers Commercial Floor Coverings for Properties Including:

    • Education
    • Health Care
    • Hotel & Hospitality
    • Multi-Family Replacements
    • New Construction
    • Property Management
    • Renovations
    • Senior Living Facilities
    Handyman laying floor tiles

    We have the newest materials and technologies to provide our customers with the best flooring, the best installation, and the best service in Wisconsin. Our salespeople are knowledgeable about the issues companies deal with and have the experience to suggest the proper floor to fit your needs, timeline, and budget. We have an in-house ASID designer and material specifier. Our installers are certified in the specialty materials and installation that give you the best floor possible.

    The Commercial Division of Stu’s Flooring is located at the Greenfield showroom.

  • Hardwood Flooring

    Stu’s Flooring carries a wide variety of hardwood floors, from solid to engineered construction, domestic to exotic species, and traditional to modern styling. There are almost infinite ways to customize your wood floors. Traditional smooth wood floors give a classic and timeless look. Wider planks can feel more modern. Some wood floors offer handscraped, wire brushed, or distressed finishes to create an antique or lived-in appeal.

    Having trouble narrowing down your options? Let us help! Our knowledgeable sales staff can explain the differences between different species, manufacturers, and quality levels. If you aren’t sure where to begin, stop by our showrooms to look at the samples, or even take a few samples home.

    If you can’t come to our showrooms, let us come to you. Schedule a Shop at Home Appointment today.

    Let Stu’s Flooring install your new hardwood! We have a Lifetime Installation Guarantee, meaning that as long as the floor is in your home we guarantee you’ll be satisfied with our install. If something happens, we’ll come out and fix it.

    Hardwood Types

    Solid Hardwood is 100% solid wood. Most solid hardwood flooring needs to be nailed or stapled to a wooden subfloor and is unsuitable for installation directly over concrete. It’s not usually recommended for below grade (basement) use.

    Engineered Hardwood is also 100% wood. Its cross-ply construction allows installation below or above grade even over concrete. Engineered flooring is typically glued, stapled, or floated over an existing floor. Engineered hardwood is usually the only type of hardwood that is recommended for use below grade.

    If you wish to start your search online, click here.

    For information on cleaning hardwood floors, click here.

  • Laminate Flooring

    Do you want the look of a rare exotic hardwood or expensive stone but don’t like the high price? Consider laminate flooring from Stu’s Flooring. Laminate flooring allows you to get the look and feel of hardwood and stone at a fraction of the cost. It combines a hard melamine wear layer, a highly detailed image of the original material, and a high density core.

    Laminates can be found in a wide variety of wood species and stone looks. Many feature precision surface embossing that follows the wood grain or stone pattern that adds realistic texture to the laminate surface. You can even get hand-scraped for the antique look or high gloss finishes for the high-end look.

    If you wish to start your laminate search online, click here.

    For information on cleaning laminate floors, click here.

  • Tile & Stone Flooring

    If you’re looking for a durable and easy to clean floor, come to Stu’s Flooring and check out our tile selection!

    Tile comes in many forms, is incredibly versatile, and adds a stunning look to any room in your home. You can use tile for your floor, walls, backsplashes and counters – its durability can last a lifetime! Your options in tile are virtually endless. You can choose from ceramic, porcelain, stone, or glass. Tiles come in a range of sizes and shapes, from small decorative mosaics, to long and narrow planks, to large 24” squares. Tiles also come in a variety of textures and finishes.

    Your tile floor can be a focal point or a backdrop. Whatever you choose, it’s an architectural statement that will last for years.

    To begin your tile search online, click here.

    Tile & Stone Types

    The terms “ceramic” and “porcelain” are often used interchangeably. Both are made from clay and other minerals, then glazed and fired at high temperatures. Porcelain is denser and highly moisture resistant which make it an excellent choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoors. Many different looks can be achieved with porcelain and ceramic tiles, like stone, wood, concrete or even fabric.

    Glass tiles range from opaque to opalescent. They’re available in an array of sizes, shapes, textures,
    designs and finishes. They are excellent for anything from accents to full-wall mosaic treatments.

    Natural Stone
    This category includes granite, marble, slate, travertine and many others. Because they are natural products, not made in a factory, high color variation is common and adds to their beauty.

    For instructions on how to care for your new tiles, click here.

  • Vinyl & Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) Flooring

    If you want the look of hardwood without the moisture concerns, or the look of tile without grout lines, come to Stu’s Flooring and check out vinyl!

    Vinyl flooring can deliver the look of upscale ceramic, wood, and intricate designs in stone and marble. You can get a full range of finishes and looks which are embossed and printed with such precision that they look and feel like the real thing! Vinyl is softer and warmer underfoot than ceramic tiles, quieter than laminate and more moisture resistant than hardwood or laminate.

    There are two types of vinyl flooring: sheet vinyl and luxury vinyl tile (often called LVT). While a lot of people refer to vinyl as “linoleum”, that’s actually a different type of floor entirely.

    What is Sheet Vinyl?
    The traditional vinyl floor, sheet vinyl comes in 12 foot wide rolls which often eliminate seams. A wide variety of patterns and textures can be achieved.

    What is Luxury Vinyl?
    Luxury vinyl is at the high end of vinyl flooring. LVT combines the warmth of sheet vinyl with the realistic look of tile or wood. It comes in individual tiles or planks and which better mimics the appearance of stone or wood. Other looks are colored concretes, solid colors, and geometric patterns. Tiles can be grouted to look like a traditional tile floor or left un-grouted for a more modern look.

    What is Linoleum?
    Linoleum is a natural product made of linseed oil, resin, and wood floor. Linoleum comes in many vibrant colors and patterns and has a very distinctive look.

    Click here to begin your search online.

    For care instructions, click here.

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