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Did it ever happen that you threw a party, and with all the priorities that come with being a host, you also have had to take extra care that none of your guests enter the kitchen to see the old and dreary linoleum flooring? If that happened to you, we have 4 best flooring options just for you. And if you never faced that kind of crisis, you still want to read them because you do not want to face it in the future too. We bring you the 4 top flooring options for your kitchen and home.

Hardwood Flooring

Durability is one of the biggest advantages of hardwood flooring. You do need to take care of it from time to time, but that is relatively less onerous than refinishing it completely, as you will have to do with less durable floors. With its durability, high quality wood beats carpet in costs over the long haul hands down. Another big advantage of wood flooring is that it can go with just about any color scheme – this means you can change your house décor without having to change the flooring.

Carpet

Carpet is more of a style of flooring rather than a single option. With carpet flooring, you can go with wool, nylon, polyester, acrylic, cotton or other materials that are available in your area. Each fiber or material has its own strength and weaknesses that are unique to it. But overall, it is seen that carpet flooring is easy to clean, is not flammable, and comes in a variety of colors and textures. If you want a wide variety of choice in the style of flooring that is also cheap, carpet flooring is the way to go.

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Laminate Flooring

Laminate is a multi-layered synthetic material. The inner layer is usually made up of melanin resin and fiber materials. The outer layer mimics materials such as wood or stone by an appliqué photographic layer. With laminate, you can get the finish and look of hardwood or stone flooring without the corresponding price. Laminate flooring is also more durable than carpet.

Tile Flooring

Also called the modular tile flooring, in this flooring you use a range of ceramic and porcelain tiles to in an interlocking or integrated manner to make a floor. The advantages of tile floors include the ease of installation, extreme durability, wide range of styles colors and patterns and the possibility of moving tiles from one place and use them at another. And, tile may have a lower overall and lifetime cost relative to hardwood and other floor options.

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Source by Theodore Grant

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