Before you buy, take home samples of your top flooring selections. Compare them side-by-side where you plan to have them installed.
4. Will the new and existing flooring coordinate?
This is one reason taking samples is so important. Be sure the new flooring will complement your interior style and will flow nicely with what you already have in place.
2. Where is the room located?
If the room serves as an entry or high traffic area, consider flooring that can handle wear. Basement spaces, bathrooms and laundry rooms are more susceptible to moisture so consider an option such as waterproof flooring in these areas.
3. How is the climate?
If the area is prone to warmth/humidity, wood can warp and carpet can mildew in these types of environments. Consider tile as an alternative.
5. Know your flooring options
There is an assortment of flooring options available to meet your design and price point. You can view different types of flooring from our Home page.
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1. Take samples home
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