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How to Choose New Flooring For Your Home

After buying a new home, most people replace the flooring. If you are considering purchasing new floors for your house, you will find that you have multiple choices for material, color, and style. The following questions can help you determine the best type of flooring for your property.

  • Do you already have wood floors?
    Many people replace old hardwoods, not realizing it would be cheaper to refinish them, which is done by sanding down the top layer of wood and applying new stain. With quality wood such as oak, you can probably refinish the floor at a fraction of the cost of new planks.

  • Do you like to walk around barefoot?
    If comfort is the most important quality to you, you may want to choose carpet. It is a very affordable option and comes in varying levels of thickness. You also will have an extensive selection of colors to choose from.

  • Do you or your family have allergies?
    For many people, carpet can worsen allergies. Dust, mold particles, and pollen cling to the fibers, even after a thorough cleaning. Consider a solid flooring, like tile or oak, that is easy to keep clean and dust-free.

  • Is being environmentally-friendly important to you?
    There are multiple options for people who consider taking care of the earth a priority. Bamboo is a popular choice. Despite the increase of bamboo harvesting, the loss is quickly recovered. Cork is another popular sustainable material. It is actually produced from the scraps that were once tossed out by factories that manufactured wine bottle corks.

  • Are you working with a small budget?
    Many homeowners have big dreams without the money to back them up. If you want the look of hardwood for the cost of carpet, consider laminate flooring. These tiles have several layers to give them the look of real wood without the hefty price tag.
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    With us you get top notch resurfacing and refinishing for your hardwood floors. We handle insurance claims and water damage so that we may restore your floor to its proper state.
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    1719 Wilson St, Bryan, TX 77803
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    If homeowners decide to hire contractors to install, or refinish hardwood in their residence, they should look into the options locally available to them for this service. Some companies may specialize in the restoration of existing planks or panels. Others may choose to focus on the initial installation phase of the residential or commercial facility in question.

    Before people have made the decision to install hardwood flooring, they can consult with any relevantly experienced professional. A contractor could, for instance, advise customers on which type of lumber best suits their commercial or residential needs. He or she could also advise people on whether any other choices might be a better fit. Tile flooring is one common alternative.

    Installing, rather than refinishing, hardwood also presents homeowners with different options. One involves parquet installation, which uses a concrete foundation. Another involves a base level of cork. Competent services should also present clients with meaningful choices. These can types of molding, tapping blocks and other tools, kinds of laminate, and materials for sanding.

    In addition to foundational supports like cork, customers should also receive help choosing between different plank, deck, or panel materials. Clients might be interested in more traditional choices like oak, maple, bamboo, or such less well-known materials as alder. Since high temperatures can cause staining and other damage, people can avoid expensive clean-ups by adapting their choice, whether for bamboo, oak, or other, to the climate.

    Experienced professionals should also be able to advise people regarding how closely their choice fits the specific space. For example, a contractor should know whether cherry would be a good choice for an office. Both these choices and the ultimate selection of a contractor play essential parts in the home construction process.



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