LVP is becoming increasingly popular because it provides a huge “bang” of durability for your buck. Compared to site finished or prefinished flooring, it is significantly less expensive and boasts protection from scratches, dents, and moisture. This durable flooring option is great for bustling family homes, rental properties, and even businesses. The installation process is quick, minimally disruptive, and the result is a huge visual impact with relatively low budget requirements. It’s no wonder that so many Northern Colorado homeowners choose LVP for their homes!
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You’ve taken the first step and scheduled an estimate with a hardwood flooring contractor, so what comes next? Updating the floors in your home is an investment, and a thorough estimate is the first step. To make sure the estimate includes everything you are looking for and that the contractor is the right fit for you, here are 6 ways to prepare for your estimate.
Deciding what type of flooring to put into your home is an investment, and today’s market is overflowing with different flooring options. With so much to choose from, deciding which one to put in your home can be overwhelming. Read on to learn the differences between site-finished hardwood floors, prefinished hardwood floors, and Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) floors so you can decide which option is best for your Northern Colorado home