It is time to get new bathroom flooring? The bathroom is usually one of the first rooms in the home to get remodeled. There is something so refreshing about clean, new towels, fresh paint on the walls, and new flooring! Here at Floor Coverings International of Austin, we understand just how important it is to get the flooring right in the bathroom. Here are some of the flooring types we recommend for a bathroom remodel.
Tile is a very common choice for many bathroom remodels. There are a lot of choices to choose from, so you can create very different looks depending on what you’re going for with your design. Choose some simple porcelain tiles, stunning glass tiles, or install some bright travertine tiles in your bathroom. With tile flooring, you’ll never have to worry if there’s moisture or water in the area; tile flooring is built to withstand these conditions!
Want to add some rustic charm to your bathroom? Consider installing some beautiful natural slate flooring. There are many colors and styles available. You can also install some luxurious marble or granite in your bathroom as well. If you’re worried about traction, we can install a finish on the flooring that will give you some extra traction if the flooring is wet. Natural stone flooring lasts for many, many years, so you’ll be able to enjoy your new bathroom floor for a long time!
If you’re looking to save on flooring materials, but don’t want to sacrifice on style, then luxury vinyl flooring could be just what you’re looking for! Luxury vinyl flooring can be installed with grout so that it looks like real stone or tile flooring; many homeowners can’t tell the difference! Luxury vinyl is also a warmer flooring option, so you won’t have to fret about cold flooring tiles in the winter months. Luxury vinyl can look like hardwood flooring, stone, or anything in between. So start planning your design and let the experts at Floor Coverings International in Austin help!
Call us today to schedule a free in-home consultation. We’ll bring the flooring samples to you and help you make an informed flooring decision!
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