Flooring Installation Reno

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Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9AM - 6PM
Address: 1490 Stardust St, Reno, NV 89503

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Flooring Installation Reno

There are so many options available to selecting new floors for your home that can be confusing. Aside from what you believe, consider what type of flooring will perform better for you and your family. Reap the benefits of Flooring Installation Lancaster's complete flooring installation and remodeling services for Kitchen Flooring Reno and Bathroom Flooring Reno, which uses the most modern technologies, styles, and finishes to improve your home's flooring and style.

Flooring Installation Reno put together this guide to assist you in choosing the best flooring for your home. Continue reading to learn about the benefits and disadvantages of the most common types of flooring, important considerations to make before purchasing new flooring, and how our skilled technicians can fulfill all of your flooring needs.


Different Types of Flooring

With your next home improvement, there are so many kinds of flooring to choose from. Our flooring services experts are experienced in installing and/or repairing a range of different floor coverings. We have detailed a list of some types of flooring below to allow you to know what each type of flooring provides to your home:

Laminate
Throughout the lamination process, four synthetic layers are fused to create laminate flooring. Laminate flooring imitates the look of wood or tile by using a printer. While it seemed to have a somewhat synthetic appearance, current technology has made laminate look as beautiful as hardwood or ceramic tile. It is also scratch-resistant, caused by kids, pets, and pieces of furniture. Laminate flooring, on the other hand, has the disadvantage of being prone to water damage.

Vinyl
It was first created in the 1930s. It had soon become one of the most popular materials for kitchen and bathroom flooring by the 1950s. Vinyl is plastic, unlike laminate, which has a thick composition with wood elements. It is inexpensive, low-maintenance, and long-lasting, yet it is difficult to fix and harmful to the environment.

Cork
Cork is a unique, sustainable resource gaining favor in the United States because of its environmental benefits. Cork floors are manufactured from ground-up cork oak tree bark combined with resins. It is an insulator, antibacterial, hypoallergenic, and gives a soft feel. However, it is often damaged by pets, requires constant water sealing, and can fade if exposed to the sun for too long.

Tile (Porcelain or Ceramic)
Ceramic and porcelain tiles are popular flooring options, especially in high-traffic areas such as the kitchen, bathroom, or foyer. Ceramic and porcelain are both solid and long-lasting materials. They're also water-resistant, come in several colors, and are reasonably simple to fix. Clay is used to making both porcelain and ceramic tiles. On the other hand, porcelain tiles are manufactured from denser clay and baked at a considerably higher temperature.


Choosing Your Home's Flooring

When deciding on the proper flooring for your home, there are several factors to take into account. Our skilled experts at Flooring Installation Reno are delighted to provide you our flooring services and help you choose which selection that best suits your flooring need.


Bottom Line

There is no job too big or small for the experts at Flooring Installation Reno when it comes to flooring services. We have the skills, equipment, and competence to execute any flooring project correctly the first time. Whether you need quick repairs to your laminate floors or are considering changing from vinyl to tile, call us now at Flooring Installation Reno to learn more about the services that we offer.


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Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9AM - 6PM
Address: 1490 Stardust St, Reno, NV 89503