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Different Flooring Options That Can Make Your Space Feel Special
Wednesday, July 18, 2018


Are you tired of looking at the same old worn out carpet? Does its faded color ruin the look of your house? Even if it isn’t, there is a possibility that you are looking to change the look of your house just because you need a change.

When you plan to renovate your house for the sake of refreshing its look, changing the flooring is one of the better options available. Changing the flooring can entirely change the way a room looks. Some materials can make it look more spacious and some make it look a lot richer.

If you have to change the flooring of the house, there are several options available to you. Every vendor will praise the kind of material that they offer, and present the rest as bad options. However, there are pros and cons of using each of these materials.

Here are a few of the options that you have and their utility:

Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl floors have been quite popular amongst households especially in kitchens and bathrooms. Their prices may vary depending on the type of material you use. However, since it is quite durable, it usually pays back. They are easy to clean and maintain too.

Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is also known as floating wood tile. It is a synthetic flooring product formed into layers by the process of lamination. It gives the look of wood or stone. It has gained popularity in the recent years because it is easy to install and clean compared to other options widely available.

Laminate flooring is resistant to dents because of its protective layer on the top. However, when it wears out, you will need to replace it because unlike wood, you cannot sand and refinish it


Most of us grew up with carpets at our homes. This is the reason having carpets does not sound like a great idea anymore. Despite this, carpets are still widely used around the world as a flooring option both at homes as well as in corporate offices.

The most common benefit of having carpet is that the color and design options available are endless. It also returns to its same soft and pleasant feel after a weekly vacuum. However, there is also a downside. They trap allergens and bacteria. Also, carpets tend to wear out sooner than other flooring options.

Wood Flooring

Wood flooring is the new trend in both households as well as on the commercial level. Despite being around for quite a while, wooden floors never go out of style. There is a huge variety of wooden floors, which makes your choice unique every time you buy.
Wooden flooring is a lot more durable than the rest of the options available. They are easy to maintain and can be refinished in case they wear out.

Porcelain & Ceramic Tile

Tiles are not too expensive to install on a household level, however some commercial level tiles do cost on the higher side. Tiles are durable and resistant to scratches but are sometimes prone to cracking. In such cases, they cannot be repaired.

If you are looking at any of these options to buy for your home or office, head over to CDC Distributors.

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