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Hardwood, laminate, vinyl or tile: With so many choices, where do you start? Your palace is going to need flooring.
Installing a new floor is a big-ticket home improvement, so budget is certain to factor into your decision. But you should also consider how much foot traffic, sunlight, and wear and tear your flooring will endure.
For example, some engineered woods, along with a few solid-wood types of flooring, aren’t as resistant to moisture as vinyl or laminate flooring—a serious drawback in a bathroom or busy kitchen. Ceramic tile would be a better choice for durability, but it can be expensive and requires labor-intensive installation.
In each of our buying guides, you'll find a series of articles to help you learn more about our floors, so you can choose the right one for your home.
TYPE OF FLOORING
BEFORE YOU BUY FLOORING INSTALLATION EQUIPMENT
PROS AND CONS