3 Great Flooring Options for You Kitchen

3 Great Flooring Options for You Kitchen from Crawford  Home Improvements

By: Crawford Home Improvements   01/12/2015
Keywords: Kitchen Remodel, vinyl floor, kitchen flooring

Are you thinking about installing new flooring in your kitchen? If so, you need to keep a few things in mind. There are many styles to choose from, but so many of those materials can easily break the bank. If you are on a budget but still want to impress, consider ceramic tile, laminate, or vinyl. Here are a few benefits of each: Ceramic Tile: Budget-Friendly with Endless Style Options One of the best options for your budget is ceramic tile. This type of flooring is great because it is inexpensive, you can install it yourself, and it is very easy to clean. It also comes in endless color and size options. You can customize the floor any way you like. Many homeowners love diagonal patterns, while others like to mix different colors to create their own unique patterns. If you love the look of slate but don't want to invest in the expense, slate tiles are a great alternative. Best of all, tile is great for the kitchen because it is very easy to clean - no specialty cleaners needed. Just use some gentle floor cleanser and a soft mop. Laminate: Convenient, yet Impressive If you are looking for a convenient option that still looks very impressive, consider laminate for your kitchen. This is a budget-friendly option for homeowners, but it still looks nice enough to impress anyone. One of the most common laminates is wood grain, which is often available in a variety of colors, from honey to mahogany and beyond. You can also get the look of stone, bamboo, and tile. Laminate flooring is great for the kitchen because it is easy to install and very resistant to damage. If you drop a heavy pot, you don't have to worry about chipping or scarring your floor. Vinyl: Long-Lasting and Easy to Clean If you want a really long-lasting floor covering, consider going with a vinyl material. Vinyl is great for those who are on their feet a lot when in the kitchen, as it offers homeowners the comfort of some cushioning under the feet. Many homeowners opt to install the vinyl themselves, saving on those additional installation costs. Vinyl comes in a variety of colors and styles, it comes in high-quality options that resemble red brick, slate, wood, and a variety of other types of materials. Choosing flooring for your kitchen can be one of the best parts of decorating your home. Whether you choose ceramic tile, laminate, or vinyl, you will have a beautiful kitchen that is easy on your budget and perfectly easy to clean. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/8868605 So, which flooring option do you think you would like in your kitchen? If you are looking for something to see and feel, and you need advice about what would work best for you and your family, why not come down to our showroom today and see all the great choices we have, just waiting for you! 3810 Clemmons RoadClemmons, North Carolina 27012 (336) 331-3427 See more at: http://www.crawfordhomeimprovements.net/about-us/news/3-flooring-options-for-your-kitchen.html#sthash.X0gIUvq1.dpuf

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