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With so many floor covering options available today, it can be tough to decide what to put on your floor – for example, deciding between carpet and hardwood. Every floor covering product can be shown to have its own advantages and drawbacks, below are a few pros and cons of each type of flooring.

Tile.

Ceramic tile could be used as floor tiles, indoors, or as countertops. Some types of ceramic tiles with high gloss finish tend to scratch over the time. Ceramic tiles with unglazed finish are the best alternative for outdoor flooring because of the possibility of standing water. Some of the most popular finishes available are matte, embossed, glazed and textured ones for anti-slip. Ceramic tiles made of porcelain color through tile body, are the best to hide scratches or damages due to their composition.One of its biggest drawbacks is that grout lines could be very hard and difficult to clean and low-quality tiles may chip.

Wood.

One of the favorites types of flooring. Hardwood flooring presents a combination of beauty and durability that would rarely have a flooring material. Hardwood flooring comes in Maple, Pecan, Beech, Cherry, Oak, Pine, Birch, Walnut, Hickory and more. This type of flooring provides a long-lasting product, wear resistant surface that could be refinished if necessary. However, certain types of hardwood flooring might darken with age and some others could shrink and expand creating gaps in the floor surface.

Laminate.

One of the cheapest flooring types available, laminate flooring is very easy to maintain. Laminate flooring provides a strong, durable surface that can resist burns, scratches, and chipping. It is an excellent solution for high traffic areas, resembles natural materials and comes in a wide range of colors and designs. However, laminate flooring could not be refinished and can be scratched easily. For installations in high-moisture rooms, select laminates designed for this use. Laminate flooring has grown significantly in popularity, perhaps because it may be easier to install and maintain than more traditional surfaces such as hardwood flooring.

Vinyl.

Vinyl flooring is durable and stands up well to heavy foot traffic. It is comfortable under foot and reduces noise, which can be important for owners with kids or pets. It is also less expensive than many other flooringoptions and is easy to install and maintain.

Carpet.

Choosing carpet flooring for your house has its benefits. Of course, carpet has its disadvantages too. Carpet tends to be many peoples number one choice because it comes along with a variety of benefits such as style, comfort, warmth, health benefits, low noise, safety and cost.

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