Wood-Look tiles continue to be popular and with the upgraded inkjet technology today you can get tile planks in many styles and colors. The most popular colors seem to be lighter shades of whites & grays.
For Kitchen & Bathroom Remodels, vinyl plank flooring is also a trend that continues. Homeowners can choose from a myriad of options and still feel confident in having a waterproof surface.
Popular Floor Options
Ceramic tile flooring has been a trend in flooring for years now in kitchens & bathrooms. With new advancements in technology, manufacturers can now replicate the warm appearance of wood into tile. You still get all of the waterproof & durability features of tile but with the real look of mahogany, knotty pine, rustic barnwood, or whatever design you want. The best news is the color of your tile doesn’t affect the price tag like you will see in selecting different species of hardwood.
Let The Handyman & Moore install new flooring for you today. Call us at (616) 510-9789.
Common Tile Sizes & Shapes
Vinyl Plank Flooring
Your design options with vinyl plank flooring are endless and you can find styles which replicate natural mahogany, barn wood, natural stone, & many more.
You can mix & match styles and sizes as well. Planks come in larger formats and traditional 2-3 inch boards. You can design the floor of your dreams today and give your home an immediate upgrade that everyone will notice.
Common Vinyl Plank Sizes
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Carpet still plays a major role in Michigan homes and the remodels we perform. With its wide range of styles, textures, & designs, carpet is still hard to beat for the price.
Carpet can quickly change the look of a room and allows homeowners to stretch their remodeling dollars. We can install carpet in a number of rooms in just a few hours versus a custom tile job.
Hardwood flooring is still what homeowners fall in love with when they tour an older traditional home. These are also the floors you see on home improvement shows being sanded & refinished 25 & 30 years after they were originally installed.
Engineered flooring or laminate wood flooring is more popular in today’s new homes. It’s made from composite wood pressed together at high temperatures and then an image of hardwood covers the surface.
Let The Handyman & Moore assist you with installing hardwood floors or evaluating the newer options available to you today. Call us at (616) 510-9789.