The desire to do home renovations can come from two places – the need for more functionality or the want to update your home to make it more modern. No matter what your reasoning for renovations is, choosing a floor for your renovation can be one of the more difficult parts. Lucky for you, most flooring options today are classified as both functional and beautiful, so you don’t have to choose between the two. As advancements in technology continue to grow and improve, quality, price and look are the key factors homeowners and contractors look at when renovating a home. Below we will take a look at the most popular flooring choices for home renovations.

Vinyl Floors

Often hailed as the most durable flooring option, vinyl plank floors are tough to damage, making them a good option for any high traffic areas. Vinyl flooring is a great choice for playrooms, laundry rooms and bathrooms! Luxury vinyl planks however are a great selection even for bedrooms and living areas. Since its inception, vinyl flooring has continued to evolve in both quality and style section, making its popularity as a flooring choice continue to rise. Recently, we’ve seen vinyl floors used in a lot of budget-friendly remodels with clients that like the look and feel of hardwood floors and porcelain tile, but are looking for a better price option.

Engineered Hardwood Floors

Engineered hardwood floors are becoming one of the most popular flooring options for home renovations. Engineered hardwood is in most cases a better alternative to solid wood. Although it is multi-layered with different species, it is harder, has a smaller environmental footprint, and comes in infinite sizes and styles. Engineered hardwood planks can be as wide as 12 inches and as long as 10 ft, making it the ideal selection for a higher end home renovation.

Laminate Floors

Do you like the look of hardwood but are not a fan of the cost or the hassle of any upkeep? Take a look at the laminate flooring choices we have available! Laminate floors replicate the look of many types of hardwoods and often comes at a fraction of the cost. Laminate flooring might be the best choice for your remodel if you favor the look of hardwood but want a better scratch and ware resistance. There’s plenty of affordable flooring options for your next home remodel – it all comes down to what look and style will fit best with your new decor style. Having trouble deciding what floors will look best in your home? Give us a call for a free consultation today!
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