The Best Flooring Type For Kitchens, Bathrooms, And More

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Find Out What Flooring Works Best Where In Your Pasadena Home

The best flooring types range from tile to hardwood to carpet depending on what room you’re putting them in. Water and comfortability are two main factors.

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What Works Best Where?

“I’ve heard certain flooring types work better in some rooms than others,” Christina points out.

Robert nods. “I bet you’re right, I also kind of remember hearing something about that.” Christina laughs. “Yeah, imagine putting carpeting in the kitchen.” Robert laughs too.

“Well, I guess we should look up the best flooring type for rooms like kitchens and bathrooms, right? Also some remodelers in the area?” Robert asks. “2 steps ahead of you,” Christina says as she unlocks her phone and gets on Google. She and Robert start searching for flooring types.

After a while, here is what they find:

The Best Flooring Types

The best flooring type for kitchens and bathrooms is tile. It’s durable and water-resistant. Hardwood is ideal for any other room in your house. It’s easier to stand on and creates a warm and inviting look. Carpeting is another good option for other rooms as it’s great underfoot.

Tile Flooring Types

You can choose between ceramic and porcelain tiles.

Tile, in general, is durable and water-resistant. It also comes in a wide range of styles and colors, even natural stone and hardwood. The problem is it isn’t comfortable to stand on for too long. Many people get around this by putting rugs down. Tile can also crack if something heavy falls on it.

Porcelain is actually a type of ceramic tile. It’s thicker and harder to make, which means it’s more durable and pricier. But it should hold up better than ceramic tiles.

Hardwood And Carpet Flooring

Both are good choices for most other areas beside kitchens and bathrooms.

Both have many different colors and styles to choose from too. They’re more comfortable to stand on and create a warm and inviting look.

Neither of these flooring types does well with water. Any spills need cleaning pretty quickly or it can cause damage.

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“Great! Now we can look for the style and color scheme we want for our different rooms!” Christina says happily. “I wonder what else we can find on flooring on this website,” Robert wonders.

More flooring posts coming soon!