Happy Feet Floors is a family owned business which prides itself on exceptional customer satisfaction. Our goal at Happy Feet Floors is to meet your individual flooring needs by providing exceptional and personable customer service. We understand that Happy Feet Floors could not have grown without the support of our valued customers. That’s why we will continue to provide service one client at time and never accept anything but the best from each one of our employees. We take pride in our wide selection, and skilled installers who along with our management team take a personal interest in quality craftsmanship completed in a timely manner.
2398 West Main
League City, TX
Naturally present in hardwood, grain variations help determine a wood's style. Dramatic grain variations will produce a rustic style. Moderate grain variations are present in traditional woods. For a sleek, contemporary look, choose a select hardwood with very little color variation.
Texture is the big story in carpet and home furnishings these days. Add visual interest with loop or pattern. Pick a carpet that complements your favorite piece of furniture and go from there to make a personal design statement.
You'll love the rich look and feel of porcelain ceramic tile and the value it adds to your home.
Stone countertops have a solid beauty that is ageless and crosses all style boundaries. Whether you are an ardent traditionalist, love the charm and ease of country living, or prefer lean and clean urban contemporary, chances are stone in some form will enter into your design scheme.
Natural Stone has a unique color, texture and grain that is formed by the natural process that takes years to form is what makes the flooring so precious. Used in areas of high visibility such as flooring, walls, fireplaces and countertops, these types of flooring materials give areas a touch of class, luxury and one of a kind appeal. By placing the natural beauty that Stone has to offer, we see the best the Earth has to offer. It lasts virtually forever and takes any area from standard to exquisite.
Today’s vinyl floors are high-performance, economic, and aesthetically-pleasing. Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) and luxury vinyl plank (LVP), mimic real stone, ceramic, and wood floors but are often easier to install and maintain. The improvements in vinyl style and design make it difficult to tell the difference between real stone, ceramic, or wood and vinyl by sight alone. Even the texturing process has come so far that they feel like the real thing.