New flooring is a major component of a home remodeling project. You want to invest in floors that are durable, long-lasting and easy to maintain. However, with the wide selection of styles available today, choosing the best one for your space can be a challenge.

Consider these factors to help with your decision.

Where the Tiles Will Be Installed

Make sure that the type of flooring you are choosing is suitable for its location. For instance, moisture-prone areas of the house like basements would benefit from water-based polyurethane. Oil-based polyurethane is a great option for high-traffic locations.

Your Lifestyle

Your lifestyle is another essential thing to consider when planning any home improvement project. Take note of the activities you do and if you have kids and pets. If you have pets and children, consider moisture-based polyurethane. This kind of finish offers superior durability and withstands heavy traffic, making them ideal for families. To avoid scratches and stains on your wood floors, be sure they are sealed.

Durability and Longevity

Flooring installation can involve significant costs, making it essential to choose one that is strong and long-lasting. High-quality flooring will increase your home’s comfort and safety. While there are lower-cost flooring options available, they may not have the same level of durability. They may also need to be replaced sooner than ones made from better quality materials, costing you more in the long run.

Who Will Install Your New Floors

Keep in mind that even the best materials are prone to early deterioration when not installed properly. Only work with reliable professionals for your new floors. Choose installers who are qualified and specializes in the kind of flooring you are getting. It helps ensure that the job is done right the first time.

For quality flooring installation services, choose AllPoint Construction. We also specialize in roofing, siding, masonry and kitchen and bathroom remodeling. Give us a call at (734) 407-7110, or fill out our contact form to get a free estimate.