Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley understands that you live a busy life, and you need floors that don’t eat up your time. We’ve compiled our favorite low-maintenance, durable, easy-to-clean flooring, so you can direct your time and energy to other things in life.
Hickory Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood is often considered a “high-maintenance” flooring, but the truth is, it’s one of the most durable and long-lasting options available. Hickory hardwood is more durable than most hardwoods, with a higher Janka Hardness Scale ranking. Hickory hardwood commonly has a light to mid-brown color, which means that dust, dirt, and debris won’t be obvious against the wood.
Porcelain Tile Flooring
Porcelain tile is perfect for any area of your home, and it’s a staple of bathrooms and kitchens. Porcelain is completely waterproof and extremely durable. It’s easy to clean and offers a versatile array of design choices. This hardy flooring comes in various sizes, colors, and textures.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Luxury vinyl flooring can mimic the look of hardwood and natural stone, but at a far lower price. It has the added benefit of being more water-resistant. While it’s not more durable than hardwood, luxury vinyl is a lot less expensive and can be replaced with ease. Not that you’ll be replacing your luxury vinyl often – it’s a hardy, durable flooring.
There’s a reason concrete is the go-to for warehouses and garages. It’s extremely durable, and there might already be some underneath your current flooring. Concrete is close to impossible to chip or break – you’d have to make a real effort. Concrete can be sealed to improve water resistance, and given a glossy finish to make it look less industrial and more classy. Of course, even unpolished, that industrial look has its charms.
Get Started in Brandywine Valley Today
To learn more about our various flooring options, give the team at Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley a call! We’re happy to help you find the perfect floors for your home. Book a free in-home consultation today! We proudly serve Elkton, Kennett Square, Chester County and surrounding areas.
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