Types of Floors

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At first glance, flooring can be overwhelming. There are so many different choices, options and types; it’s easy to get confused. Everyone is on a budget, so you want to make the right decision. No one wants to get replacement floors, or get a shoddy make, so you need something that’s going to stand the test of time. You also are going to want something that you can look at day in and day out. With that in mind, here’s a few different options of floors that you might be interested in for your home. 

Carpet

Everyone’s familiar with carpet. One of the best things that carpet has going for it is that it’s very soft. Carpet is a safe choice for your flooring. It won’t cost you an arm and a leg, either: comparatively, carpet can be one of the least expensive flooring options. While there are higher priced carpets, there are economical choices as well to match any bank account. The styling options of carpet are one thing that sets it apart. You can absolutely customize and contour the colors of carpet to match the décor of your home perfectly. 

Stone

There’s a reason that castles and ancient places were made of stone: it lasts for a long time. Stone floors are no different. It will last and last in your home, ultimately adding value to your home or office. While stone flooring is often a more expensive option, the style is provides is incomparable. While stone floors do retain cold, in a place like Southern California, where it’s often warm, that’s rarely too big a concern. 

Hardwood

There’s nothing quite like a gleaming hardwood floor. No matter how worn down it gets, you can always refinish it to restore it to its original splendor. Perfect for homes, offices and anywhere else, hardwood flooring fits in practically anywhere. While it isn’t cheap, the fact that it can be essentially replenished at any time greatly enhances its value.

Tile

Usually, we associate tile flooring as being in places with lots of water: bathrooms and kitchens. However, tile flooring can go in a lot more places in your home. For example, it can be perfect for the places in your home where you or your loved ones walk the most. Due to the powerful durability of tile flooring, it’s great in the so-called “high-traffic” areas of your house. 

Laminate

If you’re looking for an economical flooring option that will stand the test of time, you can’t go wrong with laminate flooring. Simple and easy to install, laminate flooring is perfect for a young family just getting started with their life together. Powerfully stain resistant, laminate flooring is easy to clean and keep looking as great as the day you installed it. Not only is it durable against dents or dings, it’s also very durable against fading as well. 

These are just a few of the flooring options available in Southern California. Not only are there more options than this, you can combine some of these to make your house truly your home. We can help you find the right flooring for your needs.


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