After deciding that I wanted to install hardwood flooring throughout my entire home, I realized that there was one big problem with my plan: I had kids. I knew that my children would scratch the floors, get hurt on the floors, and stain it with different liquids. I knew that I needed something sturdier, so I started doing my research. A friend of mine recommended tile flooring that looked like hardwood, and although I was skeptical, I decided to look into it. I was amazed with how incredibly real it looked, and I knew that it was my answer. I had it installed, and my home looked amazing. This blog is all about fooling guests with better flooring and keeping your new floors looking perfect.
Whether you are remodeling your current kitchen or having a new one built, one of your decisions will include the type of material you want for the floor. While tile and linoleum are viable options, you may want to consider the advantages of installing a sealed concrete floor in your kitchen instead.
1. The Surface Is Highly Resistant to Stains From Spilled Food and Oils
One advantage of having a sealed concrete floor in your kitchen is that the surface is highly resistant to stains. [Read More]