At The Gillespie Group, we strive to create durable, lasting floors. But just how long can you expect your new floor project to last?

When floors are maintained properly, they can live for a century, if not longer. But it’s important to keep in mind that with more wear and tear, you may need to replace your flooring sooner. Carpet in particular may need to be replaced every 10 years or so if it suffers a lot of staining and damage. Wood flooring can be sanded and rejuvenated multiple times before it needs to be replaced. Overall, the better you take care of your floors, the longer they will last you.