New Flooring

New Flooring Installer in Central New Jersey

New Flooring is one of the classiest ways to finish off or visually enhance any New Jersey home improvement project and depending on what you’ve done, it may be a necessary step.  There are several common types of flooring material that homeowners are installing and we can help you choose the most appropriate for your home.

Tiled flooring or Vinyl flooring are generally easier to clean and maintain.  They are also excellent for high traffic areas of your home or place of business but not quite as elegant as a hardwood.

Laminate flooring is generally the most affordable solution (that still looks really good)  and is commonly found in homes and small offices throughout New Jersey.  If you prefer a hardwood style floor because of the appearance of the wood than Engineered Flooring is also an option you should consider.  An Engineered Floor still has a solid hardwood surface but is backed with 3 or 4 layers of plywood or HDF (high density fiber) underneath the top layer, instead of one solid machined piece of wood.

Finally we have the elegance and beauty of true hardwood flooring which is obviously more expensive, but the most luxurious flooring choice for Indiana Homeowners.

DM Bekus has extensive experience laying custom tile flooring, laminates, engineered flooring and hardwoods and we can totally transform the flooring in your home. Flooring is such a popular home improvement project because of the immediate improvements in your home intereriors appearance.

Flooring Materials We Work With?

Tile or Stone Flooring – If you’re looking for an earthy ambiance in your home or a very relaxing atmosphere than you should consider naturally colored tiles or stone. Earthy colors can make for a very visually appealing floor and excude a sense of luxury that is becoming more and more popular. DM Bekus Construction specializes in the installation of tile, slate and stone flooring.


Engineered floors offer the perfect balance between the elegance of a beautiful hardwood floor and the affordability of a laminate floor.  An Engineered Floor still has a solid hardwood surface but is backed with 3 or 4 layers of plywood or HDF (high density fiber) underneath the top layer.  The hardwood surface of your floor will still be real genuine hardwood and have the same look and feel you love with traditional hardwood flooring.


Hardwood Flooring – Hardwood Flooring brings a level of class to your home that you just can’t match with a laminate or other synthetic material. It’s visually appealing and a durable flooring material offering many years of use. Hardwood floors are available in a wide variety of species and finishes, and fit into many budgets.  One clear benefit to a hardwood floor is that it can be refinished 3-4 times in it’s lifetime which provides a homeowner with great long-lasting value in their new hardwood floor.


Laminate Flooring – Laminate flooring is commonly installed throughout Indiana homes and businesses. Often found in the kitchen, living room, offices and basements. Laminate flooring looks great and is available in many different patterns, colors and thicknesses. Always opt for thicker material if your installation will allow it. One major drawback to laminate flooring is it’s inability to withstand moisture. For example, if you had a water filter under your sink that burst, or a hot water tank gives way the water will totally ruin the laminate floor. If water isn’t going to be a problem, then laminate flooring is a good choice.

Flooring Services We Can Provide:

  • Tiled Kitchen Floors
  • Tiled Kitchen Back Splashes
  • Tiled Bathroom Floors
  • Tiled Bathroom Walls
  • Restaurant Floor Tiling
  • Retail Store Floor Tiling
  • Hardwood Flooring Installations
  • Laminate Flooring Installations

Tile, hardwood, engineered flooring, and laminate flooring are signature services of DM Bekus Construction. With over 30 years of remodeling experience, you can rest assured knowing your project will be in the hands of qualified craftsmen from start to the final reveal.