What rooms need flooring?
The first thing to think about is which room you’re laying new flooring in. Even if you’re re-flooring your entire home, you may choose to have different types of flooring in different rooms depending on the size of your family and what goes on at home. A bathroom will need something that’s resilient, tough and waterproof – something that doesn’t warp and isn’t vulnerable to damp. In these instances, vinyl or laminate is often the number one choices. Kitchens also need to be able to handle spillages and take a knock or two. For that reason, solid woods and carpets may be a bit too vulnerable so we’d advise against them. Another thing to consider is whether or not any rooms in your home have underfloor heating
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