Top 5 Flooring Choices for Your Home in 2020

Your kitchen floor deal with significant wear-and-tear over the years.  Whether you have small kitchen design ideas or have a lavish luxury kitchen complete with butler’s pantry, your floor needs to withstand foot traffic, dropped objects, and harsh cleaning chemicals. Choose the right materials you need for your kitchen.

Classic Linoleum Flooring

Traditional linoleum flooring requires low maintenance and has been around for a century and a half. While linoleum has high durability, lasting over thirty years, linoleum fell out of favor with homeowners as other options like vinyl gained popularity in both large and small kitchen design ideas. There are several key benefits to linoleum like being antibacterial, nontoxic, and can be installed over older floors.

Vinyl Flooring

Many homeowners choose vinyl flooring for its versatility, affordability, and resilience. Vinyl flooring comes in a wide variety of styles and colors. Find a vinyl flooring style that matches your kitchen design. Work with a professional kitchen remodeler to ensure longevity and high quality workmanship. The cheaper vinyl flooring available at hardware stores often fade and curl over time. Talk to your project manager at Jescore Renovations about the best vinyl flooring options for your home.

Laminate Flooring

Another popular affordable style is laminate. Your laminate flooring essentially has a print of wood flooring. They come in both tile and plank form. Choose higher end materials. They resist scratching, dropped objects, and water damage more than low cost varieties. You cannot refinish laminate flooring because sanding damages the image.

Wood Flooring

Choose from two different types of wood: engineered wood and solid wood. You can choose sustainable wood flooring. Wood flooring has a classic beauty that brings cozy elegance to every home. Each type has its own pros and cons. For example, traditional wood may have a higher cost and be more susceptible to wear. Expect some maintenance to keep wood flooring pristine and free of moisture.

Poured Concrete

Some contemporary homeowners choose poured concrete for their home kitchens. Select a number of stains, etchings, and tints for the flooring. There are several advantages to concrete flooring like versatility in styles, durability, and a cool surface. Concrete flooring must be poured by professionals to prevent cracking and damage.

Call the experienced professionals at Jescore Renovations today about designing your dream kitchen. We are a family business that has provided homeowners with quality workmanship for decades. Contact tour friendly staff today about scheduling your free initial consultation. Call us today.