For busy families in Rochester, floor coverings that are resistant to stains, scratch-proof, easy to clean, and built to withstand the impact of heavy foot traffic from cats, dogs, growing kids, and active parents are a must. If you’re looking to upgrade your home’s floor coverings, Walk on Wood has a range of options available. Here are some of our customers’ most popular choices:
Hardwood flooring is ideal for a household with lots of pets who don’t want to spend hours vacuuming cat hair out of carpets. What’s more, hardwood has a quintessential charm and can add to a property’s resale value. The downside is that hardwood is more costly than laminate or vinyl coverings. That said, it’s built to last and certainly a sound investment choice.
• Luxury Vinyl
Vinyl floor covering materials have advanced a lot over the course of the last century and a half. Vinyl is now available in tiles, planks, and sheets. Luxury versions are also available. The benefits of vinyl flooring are that it’s easy to install, low cost, and easy to clean. For many families, it’s a must for kitchens and bathrooms. Nowadays, it’s possible to buy luxury vinyl covering that mimics the appearance of marble, wood, stone, and slate floors surprisingly well.
Tile flooring can transform a space and matches seamlessly with both traditional and modern decor. It’s available in an endless variety of patterns and colors. Homeowners can even opt for custom designs that add a unique quality to a home. The downside of tile flooring is that intricate designs take time to install, and grout can be hard to keep clean if the floors are not properly sealed.
Laminate is an affordable alternative to hardwood flooring and perfect for upstairs rooms. It provides the appearance of real wood for a fraction of the price, and it’s more resistant to dents and scratches. If a section is damaged, spot repairs are easy. Laminate floors are also easy to care for than hardwood floors and don’t trap pet hairs like deep pile carpets. The downside is that they can be slippy and noisy.
If you want to learn more about your available flooring options, give Walk on Wood Rochester a call today.