Hardwood flooring is nice and carpet is lovely, but no other style of flooring is growing in popularity quite as quickly as resilient flooring. There are a plethora of reasons this style of flooring is great for anyone and any home, so here are a few of the qualities that make resilient flooring one to watch in 2015.
Your Options are Endless
Resilient flooring comes in a wide variety of design, colors, textures and patterns. You can let your imagination run wild when it comes to choosing the right resilient flooring for your home. You can create a floor that is custom to your home that won’t cost you a small fortune. Did you see an interesting flooring design on our Pinterest page? Bring in your favorite pictures and our team of experts will help you make your flooring dreams come to life, all while working in your budget.
Easily Mimic the Look of Tile and Stone
Resilient flooring allows you to enjoy flooring that looks identical to tile and stone, but you don’t have to deal with the uncomfortable qualities that accompany tile and stone. Hate walking across cold tile with bare feet? Resilient flooring is the answer! Stop putting up with the hard texture of tile and the high labor costs for installing tile and stone and make the switch to resilient flooring.
It’s Built for Families and Pets
Are you worried about your kids scratching up your hardwood floors? Have Fluffy and Fido wrecked your carpet? Resilient flooring is resistant to scratching, straining, denting and tearing. It’s perfect for high traffic areas in your home. It can stand up to heavy wear and tear. If you’re sick of constantly cleaning your bathroom and kitchen floors every other day you need to consider switching to resilient flooring. It will save you time and more importantly, money. Is your laundry room flooring looking a little worse for wear? Replace it with resilient flooring. The exceptional durability and practicality of this product makes it the answer to your flooring prayers.
Resilient flooring is cushiony underfoot, durable and affordable. What more could you possibly want in flooring? If you’re ready to look at some samples, call Tish Flooring at 317-879-8474 or head to our website, www.tishflooring.com, to schedule your *FREE* in-home consultation today!