Whether you’re a homeowner, house flipper, or a real estate agent you’ve probably toured several homes on the market. Surely some of them looked well-cared for and up to date. Some may feature new fixtures and counter surfaces…and while all that’s enticing on the surface, the charm fades quickly once you walk into that room with the tired, old worn carpeting with the rust stain, or pet stain, or that was faded around where a bed, sofa, bookcase, or a dresser once sat.
Whether you’re remodeling a home, flipping one, or putting one on the market very soon, it can be hard to know where to start when it comes to flooring. Maybe you already know which rooms need new flooring (great start!), but whether it’s just one or two rooms or an entire house, you’ll want to make sure you’ve asked yourself and your flooring provider all the right questions before making your purchase. For example, it’s helpful to know the most appropriate and practical flooring for each room type, how to prepare for the installation process, how certain floors hold up against kids, pets, different types of traffic, and more.
When you’re confronted with hundreds of attractive flooring styles and materials, it can be difficult deciding which direction to head when choosing the best flooring fit for your home and what type of flooring is best for specific rooms in your home. In addition to appearance, there are also other considerations, like maintenance, wear-and-tear, or how it holds up to scratches or dents, water, food, pets, and kids. We hope this quick overview of your options will at least point you in the right direction and make your flooring decisions easier.
Here’s What’s Cookin’ in Kitchen Flooring – It’s the one room that’s often described as the heart of any home. Where the fragrant and enticing smells of rich pasta sauces, pies, baked cookies or roast turkeys emanate. It’s where family and friends always gravitate to graze, nibble and toast to celebrate life. = Where teenagers stand transfixed in front of open refrigerators. It’s also an active room that endures heavy foot traffic where chopped veggies tumble off counters, wine, juice, and coffee spills, and bubbling and popping cooking oil splatters from saucepans. The good news is that you don’t have to sacrifice practicality for style for your new kitchen flooring because New York Carpets & Flooring offers you a wealth of options that achieve both. Whether wood, tile, laminate, or waterproof vinyl, — we’ll step you through some amazing, durable and attractive flooring options and highlight the benefits of each.