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Consider These 5 Options for Your Flooring Project January 17, 2017

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Consider These 5 Options for Your Flooring Project , Barnesville, Ohio

If you are in the process of remodeling your home, you may be considering changing your flooring. New flooring can pull your home together, making it feel cozier and look more elegant. Flooring companies offer many options, but some choices may be better than others, depending on your lifestyle and decorating aesthetic. Flag Floors of Barnesville is Barnesville, OH’s premier choice for residential and commercial flooring options. Below, they list some popular choices you should consider when remodeling your floors.

5 Options For Your Flooring Project

1. Carpeting

Carpeting is a favorite of many families because it is low maintenance and great for small children. The cushy surface of most carpets is forgiving during falls, and a standard vacuum can clean most dirt and dust easily. However, if you or your family members are prone to allergies, carpets may aggravate the condition.

2. Tile

Tile is a great choice because it allows you to experiment with different patterns and colors. Depending on the type of tile you would like in your home, you may even be able to do the installation job yourself. Many home improvement stores sell tiles that are self-adhesive and easy to install on your own, although these tiles do not last very long. The tiles installed by a professional are typically of better quality and will last longer than the DIY brands.

3. Hardwood

Many homeowners enjoy the rich, classic look hardwood floors bring to their home. Hardwood floors can also last a lifetime with the proper care and will add value to your home. However, you have to regularly wax and polish hardwood floors, and they are prone to scratching and scuffing in high-traffic areas. 

4. Vinyl

Vinyl floors are low maintenance, comfortable to stand on for long periods of time, easy to install, and can last about 15 years. If you are looking to sell in the near future, however, you may find vinyl is difficult to remove and does nothing to increase the value of your home.

5. Ceramic Tile

flooringCeramic, like hardwood, has a long lifespan and a timeless look. Ceramic flooring can also add value to your home and is very compatible with radiant heat systems. However, ceramic tiles are difficult to install and can be very cold in homes without radiant heating. Some homeowners also find ceramic tiles are slippery, which may not be the best option if you have small children.

To schedule a consultation for your flooring renovation with Flag Floors of Barnesville, call (740) 425-3344. To view previous work done by the company or their wide selection of custom windows, countertops, and cabinets, visit their website today.