The kitchen floor is one of the areas most susceptible to abuse – scratches, dropped chinaware, splattered juice, grease and sunlight. Add these factors to the high amount of foot traffic in this area and you can imagine just how much wear and tear the kitchen floor suffers day after day! During your kitchen remodeling project you may want to consider some types of flooring for your kitchen:
Solid Wood – Solid wood scores high if beauty and natural warmth are on the top of your list. Moreover, it can be sanded and refinished several times whenever your floors are in need a facelift!
Engineered Wood – This flooring material is fast becoming a favorite substitute for solid wood flooring among many homeowners today.
Ceramic Tiles – Ceramic tiles fit beautifully in any kitchen. It is also resistant to some of the most common factors that wreak havoc in any kitchen floors.
Plastic Laminate – If you are looking for a tough flooring material that can be easily installed, you should consider plastic laminates. Plastic laminates are also considered as the fastest growing alternatives to wood.
Linoleum – Most consumers often confuse linoleum with vinyl. However, there is a great difference between the two. While vinyl is made up of plastic materials, linoleum is composed mainly of linseed oil and wood products.
Vinyl – And finally, there is vinyl. Vinyl can be ideal for your kitchen floors if resistance and durability are on the top of your list.
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