Well known as a leader in installation and selection of ceramic tile and hardwood floors, Floor Expressions by Greg Thomas - Abbey Carpet & Floor Showroom has proudly increased it product lines. Growing in Erie since 1984, the company has expanded its showroom at 945 W 12th street to make room for Abbey Carpet of Erie featuring a wide selection of carpet, area rugs and window treatments. Wools, berbers, saxony, flat weaves, and carpet with Stainmaster warranties are some of the examples of carpeting. The area rug selections feature many styles, shapes and sizes including hand knotted, hand tufted and machine made as well as braided, sisel and custom made area rugs and stair runners.

Hunter Douglas Window Treatments are featured in the showroom. Being a Hunter Douglas dealer, Floor Expressions by Greg Thomas is current on the latest window treatments, trends and samplings from Hunter Douglas, a leader in the window treatment industry. The centrally located showroom overflows with samples of marble, granite, slates, hardwood, laminates, glass, metal and ceramic tile, carpet, area rugs and window treatments.

Known for the largest display of ceramic tiles in the tri-state area, customers can view a myriad of tile selections, hand painted Delft tiles, Mexican terra-cottas and many hand-molded one of a kind relief tiles. The selections show off rich looks of hand-made and painted works of art from around the world and the United States.

Owner, Greg and his wife Debbie and their experienced sales staff welcome commercial and residential customers.  With close to 100 years of combined experience selling, installing and designing, Floor Expressions by Greg Thomas can cater to your every flooring need. With two interior designers on staff and years of installation knowledge, their expertise will make the selection process that much easier.  Floor Expressions by Greg Thomas' one-stop shopping center offers a variety of flooring possibilities plus full-service installation, financing options and all the tools and advice do-it-yourselfers require.