Your kitchen is a rallying point for activities. So it should come as no surprise that when choosing flooring for the kitchen, you'll want something durable. Waterproof options are also a good idea to prevent floor failures from splashes and spills. These are the Top 5 Floors, built to last in your kitchen this year.
For a Do-It-Yourselfer,floating or click-lock vinyl flooringis often an easier method, as there is no adhesive or mess to deal with. In this method, floating floor style vinyl planks are locked together, using a built-in tongue and groove system, and laid onto the subfloor -- or can even be installed directly over an existing floor!
Vinyl plank flooring has become increasingly popular in recent years as a cost-effective alternative to traditional hardwood flooring. This article dives into the different options in Vinyl Flooring, including waterproof WPC and SPC vinyl plank flooring.
Whether you're fixing your home up to sell, or just want a fast and low-cost upgrade to your existing floor, there is a myriad of options that will fit within your revamp budget (without looking cheap)!
For your bathrooms, kitchen, mudroom, and laundry, you'll probably want a floor that can withstand daily splashes and spills without warping and buckling. But what is the difference between waterproof and water-resistant?
Dogs and cats can put a beating on your floor, with their sharp nails and occasional accidents... So which type of flooring is best for those with pets? Something durable, easy to clean, water-resistant, scratch-resistant... Does such a floor exist?