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WHILE DESIGN, COLOR AND SURFACE APPEAL ARE IMPORTANT, YOU'LL
ALSO WANT FLOORING THAT WILL LIVE UP TO YOUR LIFESTYLE  AND PROVIDE THE COMFORT AND DURABILITY YOU NEED. 
tile flooring
For kitchen flooring, durability and ease of cleaning are top criteria. Good choices are linoleum, ceramic tile - both very common - and wood. Linoleum is inexpensive, provides an easy to clean surface and comes in countless designs. 























Ceramic tiles are even better. Also easy to maintain and available in a huge range, they offer superior durability, resisting most dings, scuffs and dents. There are things to  keep in mind with tile. If your house is very old it's probably a good idea to replace your sub-floor. Keep in mind that smooth tiles can be very slippery when wet.  You may want to consider ones with a textured surface. 
Hardwood is a great choice for the kitchen. Wood floors can add a great deal of warmth to the kitchen and is good at coping with high traffic volume. A good protective finish will guard against any moisture. 









































Even more so than kitchens, bathrooms see a lot of moisture. Linoleum, ceramic tile and stone are
all popular and functional choices, coming with a 
wide range of price tags.  














































































wood floor
Flooring for the rest of your homes living area really comes down to a matter of personal choice. Some people like tile in their living areas, some wood, others 
                                             carpet, maybe all three. 
    
Tile offers a nearly unlimited variety of patterns and styles, from simple to exotic, making for a very creative or exotic feel. However, tiles can be cold and hard under foot, so not the best choice if you're looking for something cozy. 
    
Wood flooring is naturally beautiful and elegant, feels warmer and is easier on your feet and back. It is stain-resistant, easy to clean and offers versatility because it can be sanded and refinished. There are some options when it comes to hard and soft flooring woods. Oak is the most popular, with maple, birch and pine  also widely used. These woods come in different quality grades, giving some control over the cost and appearance of wood floors.  The width of the boards is another choice affecting your rooms overall look. "Strip flooring is usually about 2 3/4 inches wide or less, plank flooring is wider boards up to about 7 inches wide.