Which New Flooring is For Me?
Which Kind of New Floor is Right for Me?
Are you looking for a new floor for your home, but aren’t sure which kind you need?
Do you need a variety of floors for different rooms in your home, but you’re not sure where to start?
Choosing the right flooring is an important decision for any homeowner. It can drastically affect the look and feel of your home, and having the right floor will tie an entire room together for the look you want.
So, what are your options?
Tile provides a great, long lasting floor with a great look. Tile provides an affordable option to have amazing looking floors with a variety of different looks, styles, patterns, and even textures! Tile floors can last decades, and are a great part of a home. Whether it’s in a bathroom, a sunroom, or some other room, your home will have a great classic look that lasts a lifetime.
Vinyl provides a great way to get the classic looks you love, such as stone and hardwood, but at a more affordable price. Most people can’t distinguish between the real thing and a vinyl lookalike, and vinyl is a long-lasting, easy to maintain option for the same great look.
Carpet provides a lot of benefits, and is a great addition to many homes. Carpets provide a soft surface, which is great for kids and elderly individuals. It helps soundproof your house, and can even help you get traction on stairs, which means fewer slips and falls. We have TONS of carpet styles available, most of which are stain resistant and easily maintained!
Hardwood floors provide a great, high end look for any home. The choice in design can make a home look rustic, modern, classic, or anything in-between! They are a little higher maintenance than some of the other options, but hardwood floors are undeniably attractive and desirable, and can even raise the value of your home!
Laminate is another option that supplies long lasting quality, various classic looks, and low maintenance. It’s a great option for anywhere that receives a lot of traffic, as Laminate holds up for years against wear and tear!
Looking for more?
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