Interested in hiring us to do your flooring in your kitchen or bathroom remodeling/renovation project? Read on to learn about some of your options!
So the vinyl tile doesn't sound quite right? Maybe you like the look of hardwood. Unfortunately, hardwood is one type of flooring that probably won't withstand the moisture of an environment like the bathroom or the kitchen. Water in large amounts can be a problem for wooden surfaces causing them to become damaged The good news is there's always vinyl plank! It still has that hardwood look without the stress of it becoming damaged or warped. Additionally, its appearance is so convincing that you might actually have a hard time telling it apart from exotic flooring.
This type of flooring is designed to look like high-end materials such as natural stone. Vinyl tiles are much more affordable though. They also endure moisture much better than natural stone tiles.
Always a popular choice and made from clay, ceramic is manufactured to be the same size, which gives you a nice uniform look throughout the home. Ceramic tile also looks luxurious, and Boynton Kitchen and Bath has years of experience installing ceramic tile that can replicate the color and texture of stone tile.
Sheet vinyl is a great choice for either the kitchen or the bathroom. It is installed without gaps which gives it a very clean and uniform look. The sheets of vinyl come in a myriad of colors and styles so it will be easy to find a best fit for your taste, and they can replicate the look and patterns of some more expensive flooring options such as wood or stone.
Similar to ceramic tile, porcelain is also an extremely popular flooring option. It is dense, durable and waterproof, making it ideal for rooms such as the kitchen or bathroom. You can select the texture, color and style you like best for your kitchen or bathroom. You'll find that it comes in many variations that and is sure to suit every taste!
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