Whether you are moving or redecorating your home, upgrading the flooring is a perfect way to increase the value of your home. Keep in mind that upgrading your floors is always a good thing, but various flooring types increase the value more than others. Go ahead and start increasing the value of your largest investment, your home!
Here are some tips that will not only fit your budget, they will fit your design esthetic:
• Vinyl Flooring– Average cost $ 2.00 – $ 4.00 square foot. With new technology, vinyl floors are quite the rage now. With improved printing processes, vinyl really looks like hardwood and tile. Vinyl plank flooring is installed by the individual planks, just like hardwood. Consider luxury vinyl tile (LVT), it is durable with amazing style. Don’t forget, if you live in a high-end community and are planning on selling your home, buyers will want top of the line products like hardwood.
• Tile – Average cost $ 2.00 – $ 5.00 square foot. The toughest residential tile is color porcelain tile. If you have children and animals, tile is your best bet. It is water resistant and does not succumb to scratches. Tile is also beautiful and stylish. If you choose neutral colors like gray and beige, they will mesh beautifully with your decorating style and other flooring.
• Natural Stone – Average cost $ 3.00 – $ 9.00 square foot. Travertine, slate and other natural stones are stylish, durable and timeless. Not to mention, they are perfect for indoor and outdoor use. Natural stone is a product that blends well with other décor and flooring. It comes from the earth and has been around forever, and will continue to be popular!
• Hardwood Floors – Average cost $ 4.00 – $ 10.00 square foot. Home buyers will pay more for hardwoods, because they are beautiful and timeless. Harwood’s offer many species and styles, even though they scratch. You can choose from Oak, Pine, Maple, Brazilian Cherry, Hickory, and many more. Harwood’s are easy on your back and feet, compared to tile floors, plus they are easier to clean than carpet. Hardwoods are the “king” of floors!
Please let us know your plans for upgrading your floors, while boosting the current value of your home!
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