211 N. Main Street

Roanoke IN 46783


Paul Bonewitz, owner (260) 223-5581


• Closed Monday

• Tuesday - 10 am to 4 pm

• Wednesday - 10 am to 4 pm

• Thursday - 10 am to 4 pm

• Friday - 10 am to 4 pm

• Saturday - 10 am to 1 pm

• Closed Sunday

Contact us for a FREE ESTIMATE! After hours appointments are available! CLICK HERE to complete our contact form to schedule your appointment!     Or call Paul at (260) 223-5581


The flooring experts at everything FLOORING know flooring. It’s what we do. And, we know where we can get the best products at the lowest prices that meets your budget. Come in and visit us today.


everything FLOORING offers a selection of carpet, hardwood, laminate, tile and vinyl flooring that compliments your home. Shop everything FLOORING today to find the product that provides comfort for every member of your family.


everything FLOORING specializes in natural stone and glass, ceramic flooring, hardwood flooring laminate flooring, carpet, vinyl flooring, custom showers, fireplaces and kitchen backsplashes. We work with the best and exclusive brands.


everything FLOORING strives to provide dedication to customers which drives our innovations;to build relationships with all of our clients to design and install to best fit their project's budget;and our job is to take the guess work out of the quality, durability and cleanliness of each specific project.


Contact us for a FREE ESTIMATE! After hours appointments are available!           CLICK HERE to complete our contact form to schedule your appointment!

Or call Paul at (260) 223-5581.


Carpet holds heat, so if your space is chilly, this could be the way to go. Carpet promotes safety! Avoid slips and falls with a carpeted room. Carpet reduces noise! In spaces that are large, carpeting can provide acrostics to reduce noise. Carpet adds a sense of elegance to your home. There are so many different colors, styles and patterns to choose from.


Wood floors add value to your residence at resale time, not to mention it is a lifetime product. Wood floors are easy to maintain, thus a little more than simple sweeping and vacuuming, always making sure your hardwood floors are protected from moisture and heavy wear which creates scratches. Unlike most floor coverings, wood floors come from a natural resource that is sustainable, which is environmentally friendly. Hardwood floors come in many sizes, styles, colors, and species.


Vinyl sheets is the top choice for large areas . They are available in widths 6 ft+ with customizedlength to fit your room. Theyare also the cheapest vinyl option per square foot. Vinyl tiles installation options include glue down, self-adhesive, and floating. The traditional glue down method is more permanent and advanced. For easy installations, some companiesofferpeel and stick vinyl tilesmaking installation a breeze. Also supereasy, the “floating floor system”uses tiles designed to interlock or click together.

Vinyl planks is the most expensive looking of the vinyl flooring options. They offer abeautiful hardwood appearance and layout, without the hefty price tag of real hardwood. Very similar to tiles, planks are also easy to install with options of glue down, peel and stick, or floating. Planks come in many size options, with varying widths and lengths available on the marke is the latestadvancement in luxury vinyl flooring. Much more durable and resilient than all other vinyl flooring options, It utilizes features and technologies above and beyondtypical vinyl flooring.This vinyl includesa waterproof inner core, added cork underlayment to dampen sound and temperature transmission, and, often, a lifetime warranty.


Ceramic tile is one of the top choices for the bathroom floor. It's impervious to moisture, stands up to stains and won't absorb bacteria or odors. It's a great choice for a bathroom that gets a lot of traffic. Ceramic tile comes in a wide range of colors and designs for a sleek, luxurious look. Tile sizes range from tiny mosaic to large format and come in just about any shape imaginable. Choose from almost any installation pattern, and incorporate trim pieces, borders, and inlays to accentuate decorative elements. Mix and match colors and sizes for visual interest, or repeat the same styles on walls, countertop, or shower for a cohesive look.