Renovating your basement or replacing existing basement flooring gives you a chance to choose what kind of flooring you want to use. There are a number of options to choose from like Vinyl basement flooring, Tile basement flooring Carpet, or carpet tiles, rubber basement flooring, or stained concrete. When choosing your flooring, keep in mind how uneven the current floor is and the fact that your basement is prone to flooding. Brewer Contracting can go through all of the pros and cons with these flooring types and help you decide what type is right for you.
Kitchen flooring can have a big impact on the look of your entire kitchen.
Depending on the materials you use, what kind of durability do these materials have.
Wood can be refinished multiple times and offers different colors and styles.
Issues- It can be more difficult to install, color changes with UV light and can dent from dropped items. If not properly sealed, can stain from spills.
Engineered wood is a lower cost wood flooring that also offers different color and style options.
Issues – Engineered wood can only be refinished once at best and can also dent easily and be damaged by spills.
Laminate can mimic most styles including natural materials like stone and wood.
Issues – Dents easily and once the top layer shows wear it needs to be replaced rather then refinished.
Vinyl can also mimic many natural materials like stone and wood. Tough and durable.
Issues- Doesn’t look real up close
Linoleum mimics stone and wood among other materials.
Issues- Although it mimics stone and wood as well as vinyl and is considered a more green option; the better vinyl can offer better scratch, stain and fading resistance at the same price.
Material that has a variety of shapes, colors and styles, including wood and stone.
Issues- Dropped items can crack ceramic tiles. Grout can stain.
Sometimes simply updating your kitchen floor can add a whole new look to your kitchen.
With so many options to choose from, you can have your choice of color and flooring type and be able to change the look of your kitchen with updated flooring.
Depending on the look that your desire, some of the choices in flooring can be:
Vinyl flooring is an inexpensive and popular choice for your kitchen. If you are looking for the look of marble, stone, tile, hardwood or any flooring pattern without the maintenance.
Ceramic Tile Flooring
Ceramic tile floors add character, texture and feel to a kitchen. It resists moisture and stains while providing a beautiful look.
Hardwood flooring works with every style of decorating. Hardwood floors are one of the amenities that a home buyer looks for when purchasing a home, so it is a good investment.
If you want the look of hardwood flooring but without the expense and maintenance of solid wood, Laminate flooring is a great option.
Quality Laminate flooring is designed to look like wood or stone and has a hard, clear layer on top giving it is durability. It works well in high traffic areas, scratch resistant and easy to clean.
Brewer Contracting can help you decide what type of flooring would work best for you.
Contact our team to schedule your free consultation.
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