Flooring Tip – How To Add Floors That Raise Home Value
Homeowners always want to raise the value of their homes, especially when it comes to selling their home. Your flooring should be taken into account when adding to your homes value. Of course your kitchen appliances, a solid foundation, fresh paint, your neighborhood, and a million other things are to be taken into account as well. But we sell floors, and we know that wood floors, laminate floors, vinyl floors, bamboo floors, engineered floors, can all add value to your home.
Things to make sure of; install your floors by an expert. Make sure the brand is quality and won’t rip you off. You get what you pay for, flooring product that is cheap will only look good for a year or two and won’t add any value to your home, so buy top quality flooring. Basements should have vinyl waterproof flooring. Same with bathrooms.
Laminate floors should be of the highest quality, because these can actually take away from home values. If it feels, looks, and sounds right, then it is. Be sure to read the manufacturers warranty and to research and price compare brands that sell laminate floors. Not all are equal. This can be said for any flooring materials and installers.
Simply put, having gorgeous flooring will only add to your home value and your enjoyment of your home for years to come. Not adding quality floors will detract from your home value and potential buyers won’t appreciate it either.
By far the worst selling flooring is nasty old carpet. It holds dust, dirt, allergens, and all kinds of grossness within it’s fibrous wasteland. Do yourself a favor, don’t buy carpet. Just use area rugs instead, which can be changed out and cleaned much easier.
We hope our flooring tip has helped convince you to buy great flooring.