blog spacer

Durable Flooring for Your Full House


Durable Flooring for Your Full House

The way we manage our lives has changed over the last two years. We are dealing with the complexities of working from home while sharing space with our families. Our kitchens have become offices, our dining rooms are at times makeshift classrooms, and our living rooms are the new playground. This new normal has changed so much about the way we use our homes, and has made time with our families even more precious.

It seems like the school year just started, but summer is already in full swing. Where did the time go? With so much going on in your home, it is the perfect time to upgrade your flooring to something durable and easy to maintain.

Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Luxury Vinyl has fast become the hot name in durable and stylish flooring, with an ever-expanding library of impressive wood and tile-look styles. This maintenance-free, waterproof product, kid proof, pet friendly flooring comes in a variety of styles with a depth and realism to suit any space and aesthetic. 

Luxury Vinyl is hard wearing, durable, and extremely easy to care for, just a quick sweep and an occasional damp mopping is all you need to maintain a spotlessly clean floor. An invisible scratch, stain, and abrasion-resistant wear layer will protect the beauty of your floor, enabling it to stand up to kids, pets, and heavy foot-traffic for years to come.

Tile Flooring

A time-tested staple, tile is known for its trusted durability and vast design capability. It’s a versatile choice that will work seamlessly in just about any space. Whether you want a classic ceramic style, a bold graphic print, or a more contemporary wood-look tile, there is no limit to your design options when it comes to tile.

Laminate Flooring

Laminate is another great option for a full house. Similar to Luxury Vinyl flooring, laminate is available in wood and tile-look options. Laminate is extremely durable, and will stand up to high-traffic, pets and moisture, however, not all laminate is waterproof. Laminate may become damaged if puddles of water are present for extended periods of time, so it is important to carefully consider the type of laminate you use and where in your home you use it. 

Ready to learn more about the flooring options for your busy lifestyle? Stop by one of our showrooms or schedule an In-Home Shopping appointment to get started.