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4 Flooring Options That Can Add Value to Your Place
Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Believe it or not, but the type of flooring you have in your house or office can make all the difference. It can change the appearance of the premises completely and can enhance the value of the place significantly.

However, it’s difficult to choose from the huge variety of flooring that’s available these days. Most of the builders don’t know which kind of flooring would look best in a particular place.

Here we discuss four different types of flooring that are most commonly used in homes and for commercial purposes. Also, we’ll see how the right type of flooring should be chosen for the place.

1- Ceramic Tile

If you’re need of flooring that should be waterproof then ceramic tile is the alternative you should go for. Ceramic tiles are heavily used today in flooring the interiors and exteriors of the residential and commercial properties. However, some high gloss ceramic tiles get scratched over time, thus, tiles with unglazed finish are the best ones to choose for outdoor flooring. Out of the vast variety of ceramic tiles that is available today including embossed, matte, glazed and textured anti-slip ones, tiles that are made of porcelain color are the best ones to hide scratches and damages. Whatever type of ceramic tiles you use, make sure it’s of good quality because cheap ones can chip off easily.

2- Hardwood Flooring

Wooden floorings present a unique combination of elegance and durability that is hardly offered by any other flooring alternative. This flooring type also comes with a range of options for you to choose from. This variety includes Maple, Pecan, Birch, Walnut, Oak, Cherry, Pine, Beech, Hickory and many more. If you go for this flooring, it’ll provide you with long-lasting flooring that is wear resistant and can be refinished whenever necessary.

3- Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is the cheapest of all the available options and is very easy to maintain. It doesn’t mean it’s the worst variety of all. In fact laminate flooring provides a durable and strong surface that can resist scratches, burns and chipping. In short, laminate flooring is the best option for places with high human traffic. This flooring option is easily available in a wide range of colors and designs. However, if you ever wish to refinish the laminate flooring, you won’t be able to do that. It can’t be refinished, but it can be scratched off easily. Also, there is a special variety of laminate flooring available today to be used in high moisture rooms.

4- Carpet

The softest of all the flooring options is carpet. Having been a popular choice for a very long time, carpets can be an economical yet stylish way to cover an entire room or perhaps your entire house. But that doesn’t mean carpets are cheap. They can be an expensive flooring option just as much as hardwood or stone flooring. The exotic patterns, textures, colors and designs make carpet an integral component of interior designing as well.

If you’re looking for a professional advice regarding the types of flooring for your home or office then contact CDC Distributors right away. We’ll offer you the best flooring advice and service that will not only be the most suitable for your premises, but will also add a classy touch and value to your place.



 
 
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