HomeAdvisor's Complete Flooring Guide compares luxury vinyl plank and tile (LVT) vs. laminate wood. Explore the difference between the two to find out which is better for pets, installation, cost, durability, waterproofing, and more.
9 Ways to Take Flooring from Indoors to Outdoors. Blur the boundary A clever design trick is to use one material for the majority of the kitchen, and then – just a metre or so before the kitchen ends – switch material to the same or similar as your outdoor flooring.
Lifestyle flooring has been manufactured specifically for outdoor use and offers far more benefits than other alternatives. It’s certainly not labour intensive for a start, and it’s been tested against strict British and European standards to ensure it’s durability, safety and ease of use.
The easy maintenance of luxury flooring (a simple weekly mop or brush keeps the floor looking as good as new) together with great sound and heat insulation properties ensures that luxury flooring is a great, cost effective alternative to the real stone or wood flooring.
Outdoor flooring is more than just stone pavers and tiles these days. Outdoor flooring encompasses a wide range of materials and products that can be used in various aspects in your outdoor living space.
Engineered wood floors and solid wood floors are very different things, and there are different situations when one would work better than the other. A future installment of this series will discuss engineered wood floors, but let’s get through solid wood first.
Outdoor and Covered Porch Flooring Options The right flooring material can make or break any project, and you’re probably well aware that a bathroom remodel shouldn’t include carpet installation because the mixture of carpets and moisture will inevitably lead to all sorts of disasters.
Browse our flooring materials guides, installation tips, and maintenance recommendations before you begin your next flooring project. Check out our ultimate guide to flooring for tips on determining the type of flooring that works best for your budget, lifestyle, architecture, and traffic.
The main types of flooring include ceramic tile, hardwood flooring and laminate flooring. Tile flooring is a popular choice, as it's waterproof and easy to maintain. Tile is a popular choice for homes and is available in plenty of styles, sizes and colors.