December 7, 2022 Ron Gauthier

All I Want for Christmas Is New Flooring

All I Want for Christmas Is New FlooringIf the same-old Christmas gifts don’t seem appealing this year, why not ask Santa for a home upgrade: new flooring! Quality flooring is the gift that keeps on giving because you will enjoy the benefits of this installation throughout the year.

What type of flooring is right for your home? There are many different factors to consider. So, the best thing you can do is schedule a consultation with our team to learn more about available options.

The several popular types of flooring for residential homes are hardwood and laminate flooring. Here is a comparison to help you decide what you are going to put on your Christmas wish list:

Vinyl Flooring

It’s easy to see why vinyl is so popular for residential renovation projects. This product is relatively affordable compared to other products. It is designed using a wood base of particleboard, with a transparent plastic layer on top as a protective barrier.

Plus, the plastic top makes the flooring more water-resistant and durable compared to real hardwood or laminate flooring. If budget, durability, and style are your highest priorities, then vinyl is an excellent choice for your home.

Laminate Flooring Installation

Laminate flooring is made with high temperatures, pressing composite wood together. Then, a texture or design is imprinted on the visible surface of the floorboard to make it look like natural wood. Additionally, laminate is versatile. You can choose flooring that looks like weathered wood, metal, concrete, or stone.

Real Hardwood Flooring

Another option is to install real hardwood in your home. This natural wood is impossible to replicate because every tree has a unique color and grain pattern. You can choose between engineered or solid hardwood floods.

Engineered hardwood flooring is made with 3 to 9 plies that are glued together, then the choice of wood as the top veneer to finish the product. Solid hardwood is just as it sounds: the natural wood through the entire piece of flooring.

Personalized Flooring Recommendations

You might also consider many other flooring types: tile, stone, concrete, carpet, and more. If you would like customized recommendations, then reach out to us to schedule a complimentary consultation. Contact On the Level Flooring at your earliest convenience: (951) 764-7726.

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