Caring for your floors is simple as long as you know what you need to do, and that’s where we come in.
At Where You Step, we want to help you with any concerns and questions you may have related to flooring products, installation, maintenance, and cleaning.
With all the different types of flooring that are out there, it’s important to know the unique properties each one has so you can make the best decision possible.
All the Flooring
There is a multitude of different types of flooring, and each one requires something different from you when it comes to caring or even installing them.
In carpeting alone, there are hundreds of different patterns, threads, fibers, and more for every carpet that gets laid down.
For one, did you know that nylon carpet is more durable than wool carpeting? And there’s so much more you need to know when it comes to carpets.
Not all laminates are created equal. Laminate flooring comes in many different textures and thickness depending on what surface it is being placed upon.
Tile flooring can be especially tough to handle, mainly because it takes a special touch to install it correctly without messing up the glue underneath that holds it steady. Plus, you have to decide if you want ceramic or porcelain tile.
Then there’s hardwood, which although beautiful, can be trickier to keep up with. Hardwood flooring can be gorgeous to look at but you would need to learn how to clean and care for it properly. We can help you with that.
What about vinyl? Vinyl is a tough flooring, and it can take quite the beating. It’s also easy to clean, but can be hard to replace. We’re here to give you tips and information on how to get the best out of it for as long as possible.
Stone floors have the potential to last a long time, but the texture can be challenging to live with if you’re not prepared for it. It also has to be sealed and then resealed later to maintain its luster.
Other Flooring Types
If you have a tile or hardwood floor, for instance, you might consider putting down an area rug. Just like carpets, not all rugs are the same.
Area rugs come in many different sizes, shapes, and colors. Some are more modern while others could be considered classic in their styles.
At the same time, some people will say oriental rugs are the same as area rugs, but that’s not entirely true. Oriental rugs are meant to reflect natural patterns with more natural colors, while modern area rugs are generally brighter.
Let Where You Step Answer Your Flooring Needs
Regardless of what flooring you have or you’re interested in, we have the answers to your questions about all your flooring needs.
Feel free to contact us or take a look around for more information that can help you out.