What to Consider When Choosing Flooring for Your Remodel

When you are remodeling, there are many choices to make.  Regardless of your project size, it is easy to get overwhelmed by the multitude of options and price points.  While some choices are easier because they are inexpensive and/or easy to change later if desired, other choices such as flooring can be a bit more overwhelming.  It is an important decision because it must be durable enough to stand up to daily use while still appealing to your aesthetic preferences and fitting in your price point.

The type of tile you choose will depend on two primary factors: durability and price.  The reality is that technology and flooring materials have evolved a lot over the years and whatever style preferences you have can be found at almost any price point.  While the quality and appearance may vary from slightly to significantly, even the most restrictive of budgets and specific durability needs can find a style that seamlessly integrates with their overall home design.

Porcelain, laminate, vinyl plank, wood plank, and natural stone tiles are available in just about every design, color, and pattern you can imagine. The most durable floor materials include porcelain tiles and vinyl plank.  Solid hardwood is less durable but can still stand the test of time, making it a good investment if you love natural wood because in the worst-case scenario it can be restored to its original glory.  Consult an experienced flooring expert when you are ready to choose the perfect flooring for your home remodel.