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Choosing the best flooring for YOUR home

March 6, 2012

Whether you’re renovating for sale or just giving your home a lift, choosing the best flooring for your home is a consideration most homeowners have an opinion on…

It may be that you grew up with a certain type of floor – so that’s what you want in your own home – or NOT!

Talking to a consultant about the pros and cons of different types of flooring is always good value. In determining which flooring is best, you need to assess your type of activities and the basic lifestyle of the people (and animals) in the home.

When you have kids, you’d expect a lot of spills and scratches, from drinks, paint, chairs, pets, shoes and bags, causing all sorts of damage to the floor.  In light of this, you need flooring that is easy to clean and easy to maintain.

You also need to consider your budget – not all flooring is created equal. You can be sure you’ll find good quality and expert advice on flooring to meet your style and budget at Andersens Flooring.

If you design foot traffic in the house well enough, you can easily combine a number of flooring options to suit the flow of the house.  You can even protect your flooring by strategically placing coverings, such as rugs and runners on them.  We’re not advising the plastic runners of the 70’s like your granny may have had, we’re thinking more stylish options such as kilims or designer numbers to bring out the best in your home.

For a full run down on all the types of flooring options, come into Andersens Flooring and talk to one of our trained consultants about timber, tiles, carpet and laminate. There’ll be one that suits YOUR needs and bring out the best in your home – for sure!


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