Interior boat flooring is our specialty at Custom Marine Carpentry
Often overlooked, the interior floors of any vessel play a vital role in the on-board level of comfort.
You may be considering carpeting your boat or yacht because it’s a cheap alternative. We highly recommend you don’t. Before you install carpet, consider all of your interior boat flooring options.
Not only does carpet retain moisture, but it also absorbs dust, allergens, and odors. That’s sure to spoil any fun you’re trying to have on the water!
At Custom Marine Carpentry, we provide our customers with a unique range or marine flooring options. This allows us to effectively cover all your needs.
We offer three distinctive interior boat flooring products:
Amtico Laminate, Engineered Hardwood, and Teak and Holly – all superior in quality.
Amtico Laminate Marine Flooring
Amtico laminate wood is a product that’s made to simulate traditional hardwood floors or real teak and holly floors (cherry and holly or mahogany and holly, depending on wood species selections).
Laminate boat flooring is a great low-cost alternative to actual hardwood or teak flooring.
Amtico marine products meet the customers needs operating within the stringent fundamental fire safety requirements of the international Maritime Organization (IMO)
Amtico Marine also offers stone, wood, and abstract effects
Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Engineered hardwood is a great choice for interior yacht flooring. We carry a variety of wood species, ranging from cherry, maple, oak, walnut, ash, and more. One thing is for sure, you’re guaranteed to find a color and species you love!
Hardwood flooring stars by having a 3/8” marine plywood subfloor that provides the necessary support and cushion that a level, well-structured floor needs.
These floors come prefinished from the factory. That means no post-installation finishing will be required, which saves you time and money.
Teak and Holly Interior Flooring
We carry only the best real teak and holly flooring. Our experts at Custom Marine Carpentry carefully hand-select all the teak and maple wood to ensure there are no knots or imperfections.
Depending on the application, we will determine whether or not your teak and holly boat floors can be pre-finished prior to installation. If need be, we have and can finish the floors after the installation process.