Things to consider when choosing flooring
Choosing the right flooring for your home can be tough, and many options may not be suitable. There are several factors to bear in mind when you’re analysing your choices. Let’s take a look at some of the main things you’ll need to think about when it comes to considering flooring options.
- Pets and kids
As loveable as pets and children can be, they can cause damage to your home. If you’re looking for flooring that children and pets won’t be able to ruin easily, make sure you’re only considering hardwearing flooring. Some flooring is more durable than others, and you may find it easier to remove scratches from certain types of flooring. If you do have pets and/or children and need some advice on your flooring options, simply get in touch.
If your flooring is to be installed in a bathroom, you will need to make sure that your choice is suited to a medium-to-high moisture environment. Solid wood and laminate flooring are the wrong choices for a bathroom; sheet vinyl, ceramics and vinyl tiles are ideal.
The importance of price varies from person-to-person, but it is possible to obtain great flooring that won’t cost you the earth. If you are on a budget but require new flooring, take a look around the website or give us a call to discuss your options.
If you have the time to spare to keep your floor looking great, wood may be the ideal material. However, if you’re looking for something that won’t take up your precious time, something more resilient like vinyl or laminate flooring may be your best option.
- Existing layout
Choosing something that sits well with your existing layout and style is essential; otherwise the overall effect is likely to be off-putting to say the least. Again, we can work with you to identify something that will look great inside your home. Ask an expert…we don’t bite!