Portland Home Flooring Options for Remodeling


Remodeling a home most of the time includes laying new floors. People who want to learn about all of the new options for floors can choose to visit their local Portland flooring store. These businesses offer a wide range of popular choices, including carpet, hardwood options, and tile. Depending on what rooms the homeowners are redoing, they can consider all of the available selections and choose the best floor material for their home. If they are remodeling a bedroom or a bathroom, most people choose tile or carpet. These choices prove to be easy to install, so much so that the homeowners might choose to lay it themselves. Carpeting also allows people to color coordinate their floors to match their shower curtain, draperies, wallpaper, paint, and other fixtures in that particular room. Tiling and carpeting both can be cleaned with relative ease, either by using a broom or a vacuum cleaner to remove unwanted dirt and dust. Hardwood floors often can be found in more formal rooms in a house, including the dining room, living room, and front hallways. Wood flooring lets people add a touch of elegance and beauty to rooms that will be viewed most often by visitors to the home. Colors of wood for floors range from very light, which includes pine and bamboo, to very dark, which includes cherry, oak, and chestnut. A good Portland hardwood flooring store many times can install these woods for the homeowner, as laying wood tends to be a more complicated task than laying carpet or tile. Installers must ensure that the hardwoods lay straight and do not bow or bend during the installation process. Other flooring options include tile, stone, laminate, and area rugs. It’s important to have your design and goals in mind for your home, and be sure to do your research before you visit a Portland flooring store.

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We are a wholesale flooring store that has been serving the Portland Metro and surrounding areas for over 40 years. Come in today to experience what Beyond the Surface truly means....

Posted on August 10, 2011, in Interior Design Talk. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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