The kitchen is the centerpiece of your Pittsburgh home. It is where you and your family may gather to spend time and enjoy a meal together. Where the kids might come running through in search of snacks, or even the family pet running around. The point is you need a good looking, durable floor that can handle kitchen mishaps & general traffic. This begs the question: “what type of flooring is best for my kitchen?”. In this article, we want to inform you of the best flooring options for your kitchen.
Vinyl Flooring can be a very good option to put down in your kitchen. It is very affordable, it comes in many styles and it is very easy to keep clean and maintain. However, one downside of having vinyl flooring is that it is not scratch resist sent and does not add much value to your home.
When choosing a floor, it is always good to take hardwood into consideration. It can withstand spills and accidents, it comes in various stylish designs and it will increase the overall value of your home. However, hardwood flooring can be very expensive, it is sustainable to scratches and if a plank is damaged it can be a difficult task to replace.
Want something that is durable, stain-resistant and less expensive but still gives off the looks of natural stone, try tile. Overall it feels great on the feet, looks good in any kitchen and there are many designs to choose from. The downsides of having tile in your kitchen though are during the winters, expect your floors to be very cold, tile does not trap in heat. It does not provide much traction and depending on the tile, it can be very tricky to install.
These were some of our best options when it comes to kitchen flooring, there are plenty of others to choose from. What is the best option for you, the option which bests interests you and your budget. Whichever option will make your home stand out and make you love the finished product. If you are looking for more help, contact LOCO experts to help you pick out the right flooring and to get your Pittsburgh project underway!