Which Type of Flooring to Choose
Whether performing a remodel, purchasing a new home, or building an addition, many people give serious thought to the type of flooring they should choose. Each homeowners situation is different based on location, family, and preferences.
We've broken down some common flooring types by rooms.
Kitchen - Ceramic tile is best suited for a kitchen. Tile tends to keep the floor very cool so it might be a better option if you live in a location that is much warmer year-round. Never use carpet in the kitchen.
Bathroom - Ceramic tile is your best option. Wood tends to warp when it comes into contact with water. Sometimes bathrooms give off much condensation and water also spills from the tub on the floor so be careful with wood. Again, don't use carpet.
Bedroom - The bedroom is a place of comfort and your flooring should provide that as well. Most homes have either carpet or wood floors in the bedroom. Definitely use carpet if this room is for a small child. Also considering throw rugs for any bedrooms with wood flooring as a way to maximize comfort.
Living Room - Hardwood or laminate floors work best in a living room. Both options are very durable, look great and add value to your home..
Dining Room - Since dining rooms are typically considered the fanciest room in the house for most traditional families consider using hardwood or laminate floors in this room.
Playroom or Den - Laminate is the choice of most homeowners. It is easy to clean and cuts down on allergies. If you have small children consider putting down rugs. Remember to not only factor in which type of flooring will look and work best for your situation, but also consider comfort of the flooring for you and your family.
We’ll walk you through the entire process. Your satisfaction and happiness is our number-one goal. We have years of experience installing new flooring and have the happy customers to prove it. We can provide references upon request. Your totally custom flooring will bring you years of enjoyment.
Call today to schedule a consultation.