Not every room in your home is going to have the same type of flooring. Now that may seem obvious to us, but unfortunately, a lot of flooring and carpeting companies don’t seem to understand that. Deals are offered based on using the same types of flooring in multiple rooms, and though those deals are cost-effective, they reward us for being impractical. Sure, using the same flooring material for every room in your home would save money and labor, but that simply isn’t how we live. A carpeted kitchen makes no sense, so why should companies be encouraging us to do that which is not sane? At 55 Flooring, we want to help you find the flooring that’s right for each room in your home and at a price that will feel like you’ve got wall-to-wall coverage.
Carpeting Cozy Spaces: Bedrooms and Living Areas
For parts of your home that you want to feel, well, like home, carpeting is going to be your best bet. Regardless of whether we consciously acknowledge this fact or not, being in a carpeted room automatically makes people feel more at ease and more safe, as the room, quite literally, is softer. A bedroom with glass tiling, though interesting, won’t give the same comfortable and cozy feeling that carpeting will. By the same token, your living room, a room where people should feel like they can come together and relax, won’t be quite as relaxing with hardwood flooring. It looks beautiful, and your decision is certainly up to you, but just because you’re dropping the cash on hardwood flooring in the dining room doesn’t mean that you should have to settle for it in the living room as well.
No Muss No Fuss: Hard Flooring For Messy Rooms
This means your kitchen and your bathroom. Believe it or not, your kitchen is the dirtiest room in your home, and that can be sort of alarming given all of the food prep you do there. Carpeting can trap dirt and grime that is easily wiped up on tile or hardwood flooring, making it a poor choice for your kitchen. The same goes for your bathroom where, excuse the toilet talk, we perform some less than cleanly acts. Just because you’ve decided to carpet certain parts of your home doesn’t mean that the savings are worth compromising the flooring in others.
Don’t settle for one type of flooring to save a quick buck. Thanks to 55 Flooring’s quality flooring and great prices, you can afford to match a room to the flooring you actually want in it.