Thanks to innovation and creativity, our flooring options have significantly increased to account for varying tastes, as well as budgets. While hardwood floors have always been considered the pinnacle for home flooring upgrades, options like laminate and vinyl have upped the ante to create real competition in the market.
If you’re looking to upgrade to champagne floors on a beer budget, we’re here to tell you that you can have both without sacrificing look, feel, and longevity – and without your floors experiencing imposter syndrome. So, why settle for hardwood look-alikes?
Continuity throughout your home
Maybe you have hardwood floors already installed in some rooms but not in others and you’re thinking it’s time the rooms all match. Opting for a hardwood floor look-alike will strike the harmonious balance you’re going for without it costing you an arm and a leg, which brings us to our next point…
Save your money for a rainy day
Vinyl floors are 100% waterproof, extremely durable, and offer underfoot insulation, all for a significantly cheaper price than hardwood floors – a good 75% cheaper, in fact. What’s more? Our vinyls come in a range of colors – from Platinum Oak to Cordova Cherry – to give your home the look and feel of hardwood.
Think of the planet!
Today, more than ever, we are more prone to making choices that have an impact on the environment. Some flooring options utilize other wood or plant materials or are wood by-products, making them an eco-friendlier investment. Bamboo floors, cork floors, and hemp (yes, hemp) floors are a few of the options that can draw homeowners away from traditional hardwood.
The resistance of vinyl floors makes them virtually perfect for any family – from those with toddlers at home to those with their four-legged best friends. Scratch- and indent-resistant, they can withstand just about anything you throw their way so that maintenance is virtually nonexistent and money stays in your wallet.
Vinyl hardwood look-alikes can solve any problem you can foresee having without feeling like you’re settling for second best; and while most think they want hardwood floors at home, many untrained eyes would be unable to tell the difference between authentic hardwood and a look-alike. You can have your cake and eat it too?
We say yes.
If you’re ready to consult with professionals and explore Refloor’s hardwood look-alike options, contact us today.