Kitchen flooring options are nearly endless, so shopping for kitchen flooring can be an overwhelming task. Appearance is often the first factor that people consider when searching for the right kitchen floor. Depending on your personal style, you may want a kitchen floor that complements the fixtures or adds a bold accent to the room.
Most kitchen floors receive an occasional spill, so it’s important to keep water and stain-resistance in mind when you’re hunting for the perfect fit. Tile and prefinished vinyl flooring repel water and grease, making them a popular choice for modern kitchens. With tile, you may have to reseal grout lines occasionally to prevent discoloration. Hardwood and stone flooring are more durable, but may stain if not properly sealed. Rubber kitchen flooring is water-resistant, but has a tendency to absorb oil stains.
Budget is another important factor in choosing kitchen flooring. Vinyl and linoleum tend to be inexpensive, though exact prices vary. Tile usually falls somewhere in the middle of the cost spectrum. If you can afford to splurge on your kitchen flooring, you may want to consider stone floors such as granite, slate or marble.
No matter what your budget, Floor Coverings International in South Denver can help you find the right kitchen flooring for you.