Choosing the Right Type of Floor for Your Home
There are so many different types of flooring to choose from, and all have their own lists of pros and cons. At Colpron Custom Floors our 15 years of experience in the industry helps us to determine the benefits and drawbacks of each type of flooring we install:
Floating Wood Floors: Unlike traditional hardwood floors, a floating floor isn't nailed down. Planks are either glued or snapped together making the planks go down faster and can typically be laid down over any material such as concrete, plywood, sheet vinyl or tile.
Traditional Hardwood Floors: Traditional wood floors are a lifetime product that increases the value of your home. This is a renewable resource that can typically be refinished up to 5 times. This is the best option for repairs as they are more easily matched whereas LVP & Engineered Flooring colors and sizes come and go frequently.
LVP Flooring: Luxury vinyl plank is a type of floating floor that is more resistant to water and moisture. This is a great option for bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms and is more budget friendly.
Parquet Flooring: Parquet flooring is a type of intricate hardwood flooring that adds a lovely aesthetic and appeal to any space. Parquet flooring is a European style floor commonly found in high end, custom homes in the US and is often used as an accent in office spaces, formal dining rooms and entryways. These are patterns such as herringbone, chevron, basket-weave and more.