When installing bathroom flooring, the staple material people tend to gravitate towards is tile. Ceramic tile in particular has remained popular over the years since it is an economical option that provides you with durability and easy maintenance. Nonetheless, tile does have its drawbacks, including having to contend with arduous grout cleaning if it is to remain attractive. Moreover, since tile is a favourite material, you will find that your bathroom appears similar to a majority of other bathrooms in your neighbourhood.
Timber flooring is very durable and may withstand quite a bit of abuse over the years, but when it does get scratched or stained, you want to address this damage immediately. Overlooking even minor damage can mean that those nicks get larger over time, and the wood eventually splits and chips. Small stains can spread and seep into the wood, and then become impossible to remove if they're not cleaned up immediately.
Hello, my name is John and this is my new flooring blog. Last month, my wife and I finally got around to replacing the flooring in the downstairs rooms of our home. We had been meaning to do this since the day we moved in but one thing or another always got in the way. I contacted a flooring company who talked me through the various types of flooring I could have, explaining the drawbacks and the benefits of each type. In the end, we decided to have hardwood timber floors in our home as we wanted a traditional look. I hope you like my blog.