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With such a large number of flooring accessible to homeowners, selecting the best option for a home can be an overwhelming task, especially if various flooring types are being considered for different, distinctively purposed rooms. Before you make a flooring choice, evaluate your specific needs and how much time and cash you are willing to put into the project.
The natural beauty and durability of hardwood has kept it in vogue for centuries. As time goes on, homeowners are introduced an ever-growing list of woods from which to choose, only bolstering hardwood’s enduring popularity. Many Hardwood flooring also requires specific types of maintenance. Homeowner s should never use water to clean hardwood floors. The use of a damp cloth to wipe up spills is acceptable, but for regular cleaning, consider using a product recommended by the floor’s manufacturer. To minimize wear and tear, place mats and rugs in high-traffic areas to reduce dirt and grime build-up, and vacuum regularly with a soft-bristle brush attachment. To prevent scratches and nicks, use felt protectors or furniture coasters under furniture legs.
There is a large assortment of carpet styles available to the homeowner. Be sure to check the carpet performance rating, if provided by the manufacturer, as an indication of the product’s durability.
Tile flooring is a nearly maintenance free option. Tile sealant need only be applied about every four years, and if a tile is damaged, it is easier to replace or fix than most other types of flooring. Also, in damp or humid climates, or in areas where moisture or occasional flooding occurs, tile is a homeowners best best for basement flooring.
Resilient flooring refers to any composite flooring material that has a smooth, hard surface, yet accords a measure of give to the objects and people on top of it. The most popular types of resilient flooring include vinyl and linoleum. The appeal of resilient flooring for many homeowners lies in its ease of care. Much more forgiving of spills and grimy shoe soles, resilient flooring is one of the most cost-effective flooring options for a busy household.