By Christelle Brunelle. Flooring. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 14:56:08 PM.
Vinyl plank flooring is another very popular option and maybe the main reason for it is because it has real wood however it's much cheaper than the hardwood variety. The fact is that when you use hardwood flooring it's quite an expensive endeavor and a contractor will need to install it for you. The hobbyist carpenter will most probably not be able to do a good long lasting job of it. But the vinyl plank flooring is just the perfect job for the amateur carpenter as it's much easier to install. It will cost much less than real wood and it's easier to maintain it and clean it. Also it's very durable so it will last you for many years.
A kitchen may look amazing with ceramic tile but such flooring may not work as well throughout the home because of its inability to hold heat and how unforgiving it can be in the event of someone falling or dropping a breakable item. Carefully consider the space that you want to cover with flooring and the material that will maximize visual appeal while still providing functionality for that particular space.
Home renovation is all the rage today as evidenced by the growing number of reality television shows devoted to design space restoration and residential "makeovers." Savvy homeowners look for ways to maximize their renovation dollars by choosing modifications that offer as much impact as possible for the money. When it comes to making your budget work for you nothing goes as far as flooring in transforming space and revitalizing a home.
One of the flooring types that many people overlook is parquet. Today's marketplace focuses its attention on long strips and planks but parquet has much to offer the modern home. A parquet floor is made from many pieces of wood that are fitted together like a mosaic tile. It can incorporate many different shades and grain patterns with some of the most popular being herringbone and brick style. With this in mind each piece of parquet tells a story of its own and leads to a very unique and interesting home flooring type.
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