If you are settling down and trying to choose the perfect bathroom flooring for your new bathroom or bathroom remodel, there are many different things to consider. Since the bathroom is used by everyone in the house, including guest, choosing flooring that is durable and beautiful is incredibly important. Here are the most common types of flooring used in bathrooms, and their pros and cons.
This is perhaps the most popular choice for bathrooms across the country. Ceramic tile is less costly than stone and completely waterproof. There are many different designs available and tiles can be alternated or laid out into intricate and gorgeous designs. Tile can also be heated so that you’ll never step onto a cold bathroom floor in the winter again.
Vinyl is a very affordable option for bathroom flooring and the installation process is a breeze. There are countless patterns, colors, and styles available to match just about any bathroom style. Vinyl bathroom flooring is also very easy to clean and maintain, so you won’t need to worry about stray water drops or make-up smears doing any damage.
Engineered wood flooring can be beautiful in a bathroom, and it’s a more appropriate choice than traditional hardwood flooring since it stands up to moisture. Engineered wood bathroom flooring also feels softer than hardwood, so it will be more comfortable to stand on while you’re brushing your teeth before bed.
Laminate is another affordable option that many homeowners choose for their bathroom flooring. It’s very affordable and can last a long time with little to no maintenance. It’s glued together to protect against any water damage. Since the wear layer on the surface is made of melamine, laminate bathroom flooring can withstand drops, scuffs, and other potentially damaging incidents well.
Brand New Bathroom Flooring from Blair Construction
For a beautiful bathroom remodel or new bathroom flooring planned and installed by professionals you can trust, contact Blair Construction. We have been serving our valued Maryland customers for almost thirty years and look forward to giving your roof the care it needs for years to come. Contact us online or give us a call at (410) 729-0777 to get a free in-home estimate. To see examples of our work and get updates on what we are up to, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Houzz.