Are you interested in installing new flooring in your home or investment property? If so, you need to know what to look for. As you know, there are many different types of flooring including carpet, tile, wood, laminate, and vinyl.
Here are three details to consider when deciding what type of flooring to buy:
1. Cost. How much do you want to spend on your new flooring? If you are buying for your own home you may not have a price limit; you want the best of the best. But on the other hand, when buying for an investment you may consider cost to be the most important factor.
2. Durability. You want to buy flooring that will last. Fortunately, almost everything on the market can stay in good shape for 10 or more years as long as it is cared for. This is something you definitely need to think about when it comes to the flooring in your investment properties. Since your tenants may be rough on the floors and neglect them in many ways, it is important to buy something that is durable.
3. Installation. Will you be able to install the flooring on your own? Or will you need to hire a costly professional? If you are trying to save money you may want to opt for something that you can easily install.