Applegate Floors
Looking for a local flooring and carpet store in Langhorne? Applegate Floors has a wide selection of the highest quality flooring, wood flooring, and more at the best possible prices.

Conveniently located in Langhorne, PA, Applegate Floors has an experienced and knowledgeable staff who will help you through every stage of selecting the right flooring for your home or office.

Whether you need a new wood flooring, their friendly flooring experts will help you find exactly what you need to fit your lifestyle, home decor, and budget. Go and visit their Langhorne showroom at 201 Fotheringham Court to see, touch and feel the latest styles!

Visit their help center to find "how to" information, decorating tips, cleaning instructions, educational links, FAQ's and more. Some of their more popular links include: Wood Floor Finishes, Environmental Benefits of Wood Floors, CushionStep™ Vinyl Flooring, American Scrape™ Hardwood ., among others.

Check out their news page to read current articles about wood flooring. Some of their latest news includes: Solid Hardwood vs. Engineered Wood, and other timely articles.

Want to learn more about Applegate Floors? Click here to learn more about the many products that their store has to offer. Some of the more popular brands they carry are: Armstrong Hardwood Flooring, among others. Click here to learn more about Applegate Floors.

Contact Applegate Floors at your earliest convenience for any questions about their products or services. They proudly serve the communities of Abington, Bensalem, Beverly, Bristol, Burlington, Croydon, Fairless Hills, Feasterville Trevose, Florence, Fountainville, Furlong, Hatboro, Huntingdon Valley, Jamison, Jenkintown, Langhorne, Levittown, Morrisville, Newtown, Richboro, Riverside, Roebling, Southampton, Warminster, Washington Crossing, Willow Grove, and surrounding vicinities.

Applegate Floors is always available and ready to serve you. Click here to contact them.

Why Applegate Floors?

Years of Service

Look for flooring store that has longevity in the retail flooring industry. To get the most from your flooring retailer, they need to be around before, during, and after the sale. Approximately 50% of flooring stores fail in the first five years. While being new in the market doesn't always mean a floor dealer isn't reliable, being in business for awhile means they've earned the trust of flooring consumers in Langhorne and the surrounding communities.

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