THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN CHOOSING YOUR FLOORING
Determine which rooms you are flooring and what you use the space for
Pick a flooring type that works best for your space and desired use of that space
Choose what colour of flooring you want and how it will match with your walls, furniture, and desired feel of the space - warm, modern, victorian, etc.
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Laminate is an excellent choice due to its durability and resistance to scratches, fading, burns, chemicals, impact, and wear and tear. Better yet, it's also environmentally friendly!
Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP):
LVP is the most common type of clicking vinyl on the market. It's a 100% waterproof material that can be installed in wet common areas such as bathrooms, kitchens, entrances, or the basement. It's slip resistant, easy to clean and maintain, and very affordable with lots of colour and style options to choose from! Great option for rental, commercial or residential properties.
Ever dreamt of a low maintenance, water resistant, comfortable, durable and inexpensive floor? You don't have to! Vinyl is the answer.
Desperately need some work done but not sure how it will fit into the budget? Carpet repairs can often be a much more cost effective solution than replacement. A typical carpet repair includes patching, berber loop replacement, carpet stretching, and addressing tears, burns, and stains.
Looking for an option that gives you freedom of choice? Look no further. Hardwood is a great long-term investment for a high quality, attractive look with a variety of colours, styles, and stains. It's also easy to clean, reliable, and promotes health indoor air quality. Better yet, it can also be refinished when you're ready for a new look instead of paying to replace!
Ceramic tiles area very durable and extremely tough floor with low maintenance, low tile and repair costs, and is water and stain-resistant.
Carpet adds beauty and style while also granting warmth and comfort. It's fantastic for reducing noise, improving indoor air quality and reducing slip and fall, especially for young children or elders.