Top 5 Flooring Options for Your Home Remodel

Top 5 Flooring Options for Your Home Remodel
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    The type of flooring is one of the most important decisions a homeowner will make during a remodel.

    The right flooring needs to fit the style of the home while being durable enough to handle the amount of foot traffic that comes through the home.


While you can be creative, five main types of flooring are in most homes.


Laminate flooring can mimic other floorings like vinyl, but better. It can mimic hardwood, stone flooring, and tile, among others. Laminate contains four layers of melamine-based materials.

The flooring is durable and can withstand humidity and moisture. It is also easy to clean and can handle a lot of foot traffic.

If parts of the flooring are damaged, then sections will need to be removed. You cannot resurface this type of flooring.


You can use tile throughout the home, not just the bathroom and the kitchen. Tile is durable, and you can cut it in different shapes to form a custom pattern unique to your home.

You can find tile in porcelain, ceramic, and stone. Some options are more expensive than others.

While tile is a great flooring option, cleaning it can be challenging. The grout lines can stain and can be hard to get fully clean.


Hardwood is a popular choice because it is timeless and durable. You can choose from different woods, patterns, and stains, which allows you to create a stylish look for your home.

Engineered wood like engineered oak flooring is a resistant type of hardwood flooring that can withstand high humidity and changes in temperature that regular hardwood can’t.

If you are on a budget, this type of flooring may not be right for you as it can get expensive. Regular hardwood is not right for homes in areas where the humidity is high.


Vinyl is perfect if you are on a budget. This type of flooring is durable and easy to maintain. It is perfect for areas of a home that see a lot of foot traffic. There are many styles of vinyl flooring.

It can look like other types of flooring, and you can buy it in sheets, planks, or tiles. You can pick the best installation option depending on the room.

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While it is a good option, if you are on a budget, it has some pitfalls. Vinyl can fade. It doesn’t always match the flooring it is trying to mimic, and if you want to sell your home, it will not help with the resale value.


Carpet is one of the most popular types of flooring. It comes in many styles, patterns, and colors, making it easy to tailor to the style of any home.

This flooring is comfortable and can help insulate a home. You can buy hypoallergenic carpeting and stain-resistant carpeting, which is great if you have kids or animals.

Some people don’t like carpeting because it can be harder to clean than the other flooring on this list. While the carpet may be stain-resistant, there is no telling how long that would last.

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Flooring is one of the most important decisions you will make while remodeling your home. You want something that is durable and will fit your style while staying within your budget. The options above are a good place to start.

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