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What to look for when shopping for new floors
The decision to update floors in a home is a decision that many consumers make each year. Whether their current floors are outdated or the homeowners are just ready for a change, each year millions of people hit the home improvement and flooring stores in search of the perfect product for their homes.
There are many factors to consider when you’re in the market for new floors. One of the most important things to remember is that finding the right flooring material to meet your needs is vital if you want to be happy with the finished product. While there are many different types of floors available to you, not all materials are going to provide you with what you’re looking for.
Here are a few things to consider when you are shopping around for the perfect flooring product.
If you have kids, look for kid friendly floors
If you have young children in your home, it is important to remember that, although they are adorable, they are going to make messes. And lots of them.
But just because you know your little angels are going to wreak havoc on your home doesn’t mean you can’t have the floors you really want. There are many kid safe flooring materials out there that you can choose from.
If carpet is at the top of your list (which is a great flooring choice to have in kids’ rooms since the majority of their play time is spent on the floor) look for a durable carpet that cleans easily. Stainmaster carpets have always done well and are great for small children.
If you would rather have wood floors but are afraid of the maintenance and possible damage from your kids spilling liquids, wood laminate floors may be the perfect alternative. Laminate is available in many different colors and wood looks. It is easy to maintain and a breeze to clean.
If carpet and wood or wood laminate don’t seem like the right choice for your home, there are other materials available that work well with kids, including tile, vinyl. Tile is great for clean-ups and is fairly durable.
Beware of maintenance
If you aren’t the kind of person who likes to clean or who likes to maintain things, there are certain flooring products you just aren’t going to like. Keep in mind that all floors require some type of maintenance, whether it is regular cleaning or sealing, but some floors require more treatment than others. When you are researching flooring choices, be sure to look up what is required to maintain the floors once they are installed. You can always talk to a sales associate at carpet in motion for additional advice.
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451 E 58th Ave
Denver, CO 80216
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