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Facts About Different Flooring Types


Facts About Different Flooring Types

Good looking flooring could enhance the value of your home. It is important to know the facts about different flooring types that are available. Below are the most popular flooring types used by most home builders and renovators:

  • Ceramic Tile
  • Hardwood
  • Laminate


Ceramic tiles are made of natural clay minerals mixed together, glazed on one side, and then fired under extreme heat to create a strong, resilient material. It is very durable. The ceramic tiles resist dents, scratches and are stain resistant. Ceramic tiles comes in a large variety of colors, shapes and sizes. They are affordable and very easy to clean.


With so many available options for hardwood flooring, it is smart to gather as much information you can to simplify the process of selecting new hardwood floors.  Hardwood floors are “green”, exceptionally beautiful and can last a lifetime. They are non toxic and trap no allergens such as mold spores and dust.


Laminate flooring is one of the most durable and environmentally friendly floors you can buy. With laminate you can get the elegant look of ceramic with out the worry. It offers a softer, warmer feel underfoot. Laminate floors are more scratch resistant than wood flooring. It can also replicate types of wood that are normally to fragile for everyday use.


While installing hardwood floors looks as easy as putting together a jigsaw puzzle, it is usually best to hire someone with the specialized tools and knowledge to make this project fit together seamlessly. Competent floor installers really do work a kind of magic. Let ProSaver connect you with local, trustworthy, flooring contractors in your area.