Types Of Flooring

Types Of Flooring

Next Up Guide to Selecting Flooring Which flooring is right for you? Hardwood, laminate, tile, vinyl or eco-friendly choices like cork or bamboo? Our experts explain the 8 most popular types to help you choose. Laminate Kitchen Floor Get answers on whether old vinyl flooring can be left in place under new laminate. Types of Hardwood Flooring DIY Network experts explain the different types of hardwood flooring. Natural Cork Flooring Installing and caring for natural cork flooring is simple with these tips. 5 Ways to Personalize Tile Flooring Here are five quick ways to personalize tile flooring. Flooring Trends Check out some of the newest technologies and reclaimed materials that are becoming the hottest products in flooring. What You Should Know About Reclaimed Hardwood Flooring Reclaimed hardwood flooring wins points for sustainability, but it isn’t perfect. Here’s what you need to know. The Pros and Cons of Linoleum Flooring This eco-friendly flooring material racks up style points. Unique Recycled Hardwood Floors Reclaimed wood creates floors that are truly one-of-a-kind and Mother-Nature-friendly. A Wooden Floor in a Bathroom A solid wood floor in a bathroom will look beautiful when finished, but keep in mind that wood may not be the best material in the long run for a bathroom floor.
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Types Of Flooring

Guide to Selecting Flooring Which flooring is right for you? Hardwood, laminate, tile, vinyl or eco-friendly choices like cork or bamboo? Our experts explain the 8 most popular types to help you choose. Laminate Kitchen Floor Get answers on whether old vinyl flooring can be left in place under new laminate. Types of Hardwood Flooring DIY Network experts explain the different types of hardwood flooring. Natural Cork Flooring Installing and caring for natural cork flooring is simple with these tips. 5 Ways to Personalize Tile Flooring Here are five quick ways to personalize tile flooring. Flooring Trends Check out some of the newest technologies and reclaimed materials that are becoming the hottest products in flooring. What You Should Know About Reclaimed Hardwood Flooring Reclaimed hardwood flooring wins points for sustainability, but it isn’t perfect. Here’s what you need to know. The Pros and Cons of Linoleum Flooring This eco-friendly flooring material racks up style points. Unique Recycled Hardwood Floors Reclaimed wood creates floors that are truly one-of-a-kind and Mother-Nature-friendly. A Wooden Floor in a Bathroom A solid wood floor in a bathroom will look beautiful when finished, but keep in mind that wood may not be the best material in the long run for a bathroom floor.
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Types Of Flooring

BHG.com Home Improvement Flooring Flooring Types Flooring Types Browse our materials guide to find the right carpeting and flooring for your home. Living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, basements, and entryways all have unique flooring needs: wet spaces versus dry spaces, high-traffic versus low-traffic, subflooring differences, insulation needs. Our flooring guides and tips help to uncover those details that you might not have considered before. The differences between tile, carpet, hardwood, laminate, vinyl, linoleum, engineered flooring, and eco-friendly alternatives are vast, and our handy flooring guides help to ease some of the pressure of selecting a flooring material for your space that reflects your personal style and project budget. Cleaning, care, and upkeep also come into consideration when selecting the perfect flooring for you; learn about the pros and cons for each flooring type here. Discover the differences between ceramic, porcelain, and hard-bodied tile before you complete a do-it-yourself tile installation. Carpet tiles and area rugs are also good options for fickle tastes or for cushioning high-traffic areas; cleanable and replaceable, both options are easily switched out depending on taste, trends, and wear. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email
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Types Of Flooring

Floor Types Do you need a little more background to help you choose a floor type? Beyond style, there are other considerations–like performance and lifestyle factors. We’ll tell you about the benefits and tradeoffs of all of our flooring types, so you can decide if hardwood, laminate, vinyl or linoleum is the best choice for your room. Related Links Floor Finder Have more questions? Visit your local flooring retailer. Find a Store Hardwood From elegant to rustic looks, hardwood is a floor type that has become a hallmark. No one offers a greater selection of hardwood floors than Armstrong. Armstrong hardwood floors are not only beautiful but durable. Explore the variety of finishes, colors, and wood types available. You are sure to find a look you’ll love. Browse Hardwood Products Learn More About Hardwood Laminate Get the look and feel of exotic wood or high-end stone at a fraction of the cost, with this floor type. DIYers will find Lock&Fold® laminate a breeze to install. For high-traffic areas and active households, the durability of Armstrong laminate is hard to beat. Browse Laminate Products Learn More About Laminate Vinyl Sheet Vinyl sheet flooring comes in a variety of looks from natural stone or wood looks, to patterned designs—all at an affordable price. A great combination of beauty and function, vinyl sheet is a durable and easy-to-clean floor type that can be installed anywhere in the home. It is particularly valued for great resistance to scuffs, stains and spills. Browse Vinyl Sheet Products Learn More About Vinyl Sheet Vinyl Tile Vinyl tile is a great type of flooring for do-it-yourself projects. Some are so easy to install, you can transform your room over a weekend. Like vinyl sheet, tile is durable, affordable and low-maintenance. Browse Vinyl Tile Products Learn More About Vinyl Tile Luxury Vinyl Armstrong luxury vinyl flooring is available in three different flooring styles: Alterna™ engineered stone – a groutable tile that looks like natural stone or ceramic Luxe Plank™ – a realistic, wood-look vinyl plank Vivero™ luxury flooring – true-to-life wood and stone looks and a superior scratch-resistant surface Browse Luxury Vinyl Products Learn More About Luxury Vinyl Linoleum Linoleum is a durable, environmentally friendly flooring type, loved for its vivid and deep colors. You’ll find that linoleum enhances many looks with its traditional marbled patterns and unique, graphic designs. Browse Linoleum Products Learn More About Linoleum
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Types Of Flooring

Flooring Types Browse our materials guide to find the right carpeting and flooring for your home. Living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, basements, and entryways all have unique flooring needs: wet spaces versus dry spaces, high-traffic versus low-traffic, subflooring differences, insulation needs. Our flooring guides and tips help to uncover those details that you might not have considered before. The differences between tile, carpet, hardwood, laminate, vinyl, linoleum, engineered flooring, and eco-friendly alternatives are vast, and our handy flooring guides help to ease some of the pressure of selecting a flooring material for your space that reflects your personal style and project budget. Cleaning, care, and upkeep also come into consideration when selecting the perfect flooring for you; learn about the pros and cons for each flooring type here. Discover the differences between ceramic, porcelain, and hard-bodied tile before you complete a do-it-yourself tile installation. Carpet tiles and area rugs are also good options for fickle tastes or for cushioning high-traffic areas; cleanable and replaceable, both options are easily switched out depending on taste, trends, and wear.
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Types Of Flooring

2 Hardwood Flooring Peter Gridley/Getty Images 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. More
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Types Of Flooring

Browse our materials guide to find the right carpeting and flooring for your home. Living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, basements, and entryways all have unique flooring needs: wet spaces versus dry spaces, high-traffic versus low-traffic, subflooring differences, insulation needs. Our flooring guides and tips help to uncover those details that you might not have considered before. The differences between tile, carpet, hardwood, laminate, vinyl, linoleum, engineered flooring, and eco-friendly alternatives are vast, and our handy flooring guides help to ease some of the pressure of selecting a flooring material for your space that reflects your personal style and project budget. Cleaning, care, and upkeep also come into consideration when selecting the perfect flooring for you; learn about the pros and cons for each flooring type here. Discover the differences between ceramic, porcelain, and hard-bodied tile before you complete a do-it-yourself tile installation. Carpet tiles and area rugs are also good options for fickle tastes or for cushioning high-traffic areas; cleanable and replaceable, both options are easily switched out depending on taste, trends, and wear.
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3 Laminate Flooring Westend61/Getty Images 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. More