If you’re just beginning your journey for the perfect flooring, you’re in the right place. We’re your one stop shop for all your flooring needs. Our flooring experts at Floor Coverings International Lawrenceville will get you started by taking a quick look at our most frequently asked about flooring options.
The amount of flooring options that we can offer homeowners in the Lawrenceville and Norcross areas is staggering. That’s why it helps to first narrow down which category of flooring you’d like. Hardwood floors have always been one of our most popular flooring surfaces. Hardwood flooring is amazingly beautiful and can last several generations of homeowners. Tile and stone flooring can also be visually stunning and are highly durable. Speaking of durability, laminate flooring can withstand a massive amount of pressure and is offered in an enormous array of colors and styles. And don’t forget about carpet and vinyl flooring, which give homeowners the comfort they desire.
Kitchen Flooring Options
Kitchen floors are usually among the most stepped on floors in the house. That’s why we recommend something that will withstand all kinds of wear and tear while maintaining that original splendor. Tile flooring is an ideal option because of its low water absorption rate and natural appeal. Hardwood flooring is both strong and can offer continuity to other hardwood rooms of the house. Laminate flooring is also very strong and versatile.
Basement Flooring Options
Unlike kitchen floors, basement floors are usually one of the least trafficked rooms of the house. We like to suggest flooring that is both practical and affordable here. Two of the most popular basement flooring options are carpet and vinyl flooring. Both offer warmth and comfort at a reasonable price.
We hoped you enjoyed this first step of your flooring journey. If you’d like to learn more about any type of flooring surface, please give our experts at Floor Coverings International Lawrenceville a call at the number below. We offer free in-home estimates to residents of the Lawrenceville and Norcross areas.
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