March 1, 2019
Flooring is available in a multitude of shapes, sizes, colors and durability. When it comes to moisture-prone areas, such as kitchens and baths, it’s important to select a style that will hold up to splashes, spills and repeated cleaning.
Modern kitchen with lovely, grey tile floor
Tile comes in lots of materials. Three of the most common are ceramic, porcelain and natural stone. Ceramic and porcelain are better suited for wet areas than natural stone, as they don’t allow moisture to penetrate as easily. Natural stone should be sealed to make it more water-resistant.
Upkeep for tile floors is relatively minimal. Keep an eye on the grout lines. Over time, they may need to be resealed to keep any dampness from getting through.
Vinyl flooring is soft underfoot and easy to install
Vinyl has come a long way from the peel and stick tiles of the past. New luxury vinyl is extremely durable, can mimic the look of stone or wood and, best of all, is completely waterproof! Many higher-end options come with felt or foam backing, making them particularly soft underfoot.
Vinyl flooring has a wear layer on top to protect it from dings and scratches, which means it holds up very well to high-traffic areas, such as kitchens.
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