Choosing between flooring options is more complicated than picking the product that looks the best. There are several other factors to consider, such as durability, costs, and level of maintenance. Follow these steps to reach the flooring decision that is right for you and your custom home.
Do You Need a Pet-Friendly Floor?
Dogs are a man's best friend, but not always your floors! If you have a family pet, make sure the flooring option you choose is one with superior wear resistance. Try a durable flooring like ceramic tiles, laminate flooring, or plank vinyl flooring. These options are not only durable but relatively easy to clean if pets make a mess.
What Is Your Budget for Flooring?
The budget plays a significant role when designing your custom home. There are a wide variety of flooring options available for our clients to choose from high-end options to more budget-friendly laminate options. We want to assure our clients that we are focused on delivering a home that not only stays within your budget but also a home that you can be proud of.
Do You Need Low-Maintenance Flooring?
When choosing a flooring option, make sure you choose one that fits your ability and willingness to maintain your floors. If you are a homeowner who wants little upkeep and to be able to clean floors quickly and easily with store-bought cleaners, then make sure you are selecting a resilient flooring option. Hardwoods have more maintenance due to how easy it is to scratch or ding the flooring. If you don't mind a little extra work solid or engineered hardwood floors are a beautiful option.