Replacing flooring in your Santa Clarita home is not a small project. As such, it pays to think things through thoroughly before embarking on this type of home improvement. Part of what you should consider in replacing a floor is how much value your decision will add to your home. High-quality wood is the biggest bang for your buck, especially when it replaces the old and worn carpet. Bamboo is also a good alternative that may be easier on your budget.
It is also important to consider who lives in your home. If you have small children or live with senior citizens, you’ll want to settle on something user-friendly and safe for these age groups. You want to install something that has some grip rather than slippery materials that may present a fall hazard. If you’re concerned with this issue, consider non-slip flooring.
Consider How New Flooring Will be Impacted by Rooms That Connect to Plumbing
You should avoid certain flooring materials in the bathroom, and maybe the kitchen, as moisture can negatively impact how some materials, such as woods, will react. You may be able to get away with some treated woods, like teak, if a wood look is important to you, but in general, you should consult a flooring expert to determine the best match for flooring for the various rooms in your home. Using a finishing agent may also provide a solution for you.
Contact Us Today for Your Floor Replacement Needs
At A-Z Vision Remodeling, we take pride in the exceptional quality of our work and the personal connection we build with every client to create an affordable and more enjoyable living experience in their home. Call us at (818) 616-3976 or complete our “Request a Quote” form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
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