Our top Five Flooring Tips

If you are in the market for a new floor, you are in the right place. Here we share with you some tips and tricks that you can use to buy the best flooring for you, and do so for the right price.

It is not all about looks – quality matters

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Of course, looks is an important factor. Clearly, you want the flooring you choose to fit in with the style of your home. However, this should not be your only consideration.

It is also important to buy good quality flooring, which wears well. If your floors look shoddy, it will ruin the overall look of your room. Therefore, it is always wise to buy good quality materials that come with a full guarantee.

Opt for laminate flooring

White laminate flooring fits in with practically any style of home. It is hardwearing and easy to lay. So easy in fact, that many people manage to do it themselves, which saves them a lot of money.

Modern laminate flooring is well made, and built to last. It comes is a huge range of different finishes including stone, wood, tile and marble. A fact that makes it easy for you to achieve the look you really want, in each room.

Buy in the sales

If you are on a tight budget, consider buying in the sales. Usually you can save around 20% by doing this. However, bear in mind that when you buy in the sales you could be buying an end of line product. There will be nothing wrong with the quality, but you will need to double check your measurements before ordering. This is because if you discover while laying your new flooring that you have not ordered quite enough, you may not be able to buy anymore to finish off the job.

Make sure it is suitable

It is also important to buy the right type of flooring for the room you are decorating. If you are planning to lay a new floor in your kitchen, toilet or bathroom you need to make sure that it is damp, and water resistant.

You also need to consider the amount of wear and tear your flooring will undergo. The biggest mistake people make is to try to save a few bucks by purchasing the cheapest flooring they can find. Usually, that means that they end up buying a product that is designed for use in low traffic areas. If it is then laid in a busy part of the home, like a hallway, the finish starts to rub off after just a few months, and the floor looks worn.

Consider maintenance

It is also important to think about what it will take to maintain your floors. Real wood flooring looks great, but it takes a lot of work to keep it looking that way. In most homes, tiles or laminate flooring would be a far better option. With this type of flooring you need to do to keep this floor looking good is to sweep and mop it regularly.

If you would like a few more flooring style tips, this article is very helpful.

 

 

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