Flooring is a significant consideration when designing your home. Creating a look that is both functional and gorgeous is essential. Some floors are better for particular areas in your home, while other flooring is not recommended in specific spots.
We'll help you select the ideal floor for each area of your home.
It is a classic material, suitable throughout the house, aside from the basement and bathrooms.
A phenomenal option for basement floors, an engineered floor is constructed with layers and maintains a ridged form when exposed to moisture.
Laminate flooring is an innovative and cost-effective replacement to hardwood flooring. It’s tremendously scratch-resistant and moisture-resistant, making it a great choice for active families and basements.
Vinyl is inexpensive in comparison to other options. It is also highly water-resistant and durable, and this helps with moisture control below grade.
Ceramic tiles are a wonderful long term solution. Tiles come in a wide range of sizes and shapes, 60 x 60 cm high traffic porcelian tiles are stunning, durable and easy to maintain.
Basements are below-grade, meaning they have a greater risk of moisture and fluctuating temperatures. Depending on your foundation, sump drainage, or other details, you could be at risk of basement moisture.
Adding an insulated sub floor can help you reduce mould and maintain dry flooring. Different types of flooring outperform others when trying to control humidity in a basement.
A central gathering point of many homes, most peoples kitchen has high foot traffic and common cooking mishaps. Porcelain tile is durable and stunning. Vinyl and laminate flooring are moisture-resistant and more cost-effective than wood floors.
Finally, engineered hardwood flooring is durable and can mimic existing solid hardwood flooring in your home to ensure a flow.
Bathrooms are incredibly humid; hence we need to install flooring that is moisture and mould resistant. Vinyl flooring and ceramic tiles are the flooring of choice for many as they're both great for moisture control.
Newer flooring technologies like laminate floor can handle excess moisture, making them another option for bathrooms.
Carpet is very common for bedrooms. With time, hardwood and engineered hardwood have become favourite alternatives. These options provide style, utility, and a modern appearance.
Vinyl and Laminate flooring are excellent, cost-effective and clean alternatives.
The most popular flooring trends in living rooms include wood and laminate,
these are durable option for living rooms; adding an electric floor heating pad below makes for a cozy feel.
For many, the dining room is a popular spot to gather.
For the dining room, wood, laminate, and vinyl flooring are choices that will create an easy-to-maintain, attractive living.
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