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Which Flooring Option Is Best For Your Basement?

Basement Room Basement and Kitchen Blacklick 2-128-700-500-80Moisture is the most problematic thing in basements but lucky enough, there are various types of choices that can offer ultimate solutions to this problem. In any basement installation process, ensuring that the floor is kept dry is the key. Also, the installation surface needs to be flat. If you were wondering which type of flooring to choose for your basement, Elite Home Remodeling in Columbus, OH can help.

Laminate Flooring

Laminates often consist of a decorative look printed onto a fibrous material such as paper that is usually treated with resin and bonded to a rigid material like medium-density fiberboard. Laminate flooring can resist moisture and stains, and they can always be installed over a plywood subfloor or over concrete. In fact, with newer technology, the newly created laminates are more durable and feature great aesthetics.

Vinyl Flooring

Usually, vinyl floors are versatile and they can be used anywhere. They are characterized by a wide range of patterns, styles, and colors to suit any decorative style in your basement. The modern vinyl flooring comes in a wide range of aesthetics that will suit every kind of home. The modern vinyl flooring cleans up easily and wears well which makes it suitable for the mudroom areas. If you want to go for cheaper flooring options for your basement renovation, then this should be your choice.

Slate & Stone Tiles

In a modern home, slate tiles usually cover landings, stairs, and lower-level guest areas. On the other end, the stone tiles offer cool, natural ambiance and they are easy to clean but the underfoot is cool. Stone tiles are durable. Before laying the tiles down, consider installing an electric heat system over the concrete subfloor.

Engineered Wooden Flooring

You can install an engineered wooden floor in your basement to get a nature-like basement. This type of flooring is made up of two or even more layers of wood, which are laminated together like plywood. The lower layers consist of softwood while the top layer is hardwood veneer. It is normally used for below-grade installations because it expands and shrinks more than a solid wood floor.

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