Ready For New Flooring? Use These Tips To Learn How Your Choices Can Help Solve Other Problems In Your Home

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Ready For New Flooring? Use These Tips To Learn How Your Choices Can Help Solve Other Problems In Your Home

26 November 2019
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Installing new flooring is an important part of making residential spaces look clean, fresh, and attractive. But flooring can have important benefits far beyond its cosmetic appeal. In fact, flooring can be used to address or improve other problems you may be having in your home. If you are preparing to install new flooring and would like to learn how your choices can help you solve other issues with your home, here are some tips you may appreciate. 

In the bathroom

Your choices in flooring can help with some critical issues that many people experience in their bathroom spaces. If your bathroom floors are uncomfortably cold on bare feet during midnight visits or when stepping out of the shower, you can use the replacement of your old flooring as the perfect opportunity to install heated floors. 

These systems use radiant heat from either electric or circulated water to provide gentle heat that warms the surface of tile or other bathroom flooring materials. In addition to providing a warm floor surface, the heat continues to radiate upward, helping to add warmth to the entire room and the fixtures it houses. 

Flooring choices in your bathroom, such as tile or water-proof vinyl or laminate, can also help to resist damage from moisture and humidity. In bathrooms where safety is a concern, such as those used by someone with mobility issues, skid-resistant tile or rubberized flooring products should be considered. 

In living and sleeping spaces

Tranquil living and sleeping spaces should be part of every home. Unfortunately, noise issues can interfere with the tranquility factor. If your home is noisier than you would like it to be, installing a thick pad underneath a dense carpet can help to insulate the living and bedroom spaces from noise and make them more restful to use. 

In the kitchen

Like bathrooms, kitchens require flooring that will be capable of resisting damage from moisture and humidity as well as heavy traffic and frequent cleaning. Porcelain or ceramic tile or natural stone floors, as well as most vinyl flooring products, all offer good resistance to water damage as well as long-lasting durability. If wood flooring is desired, opting for a type made from strand bamboo can provide the desired appearance while still offering resistance to moisture damage. 

Long hours spent standing in the kitchen to prepare meals or preserve food can also create fatigue along with back and leg pain. This problem can be addressed through the installation of anti-fatigue mats on top of high-quality flooring.

To learn more about using flooring choices to solve problems in your home, contact a reputable flooring installation contractor in your area. 

For more information, contact a company like East Penn Hardwood Flooring Corp.

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Deciding On Tile

After dealing with scratched hardwood floors and dingy carpets for years, we decided that an all-stone floor might be a better alternative. Unfortunately, since we couldn't afford a stone floor, we started looking closer at porcelain tile. We were able to find a flooring supplier that had the kind of flooring that we were looking for, and they were incredible to work with. They came out to our house, looked around at the flooring, and made suggestions based on the existing design details and paint color. After the tile was installed, our flooring was gorgeous, durable, and stain-resistant. Check out this blog to learn more about flooring.

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