When you’re embarking on the home improvement and flooring adventure, there are some things to know that you might not have thought about. What you’re repairing, updating and replacing needs to be done in a certain order for the best outcome.

Home Improvement and Flooring

Your home improvement and flooring project should be handled in a certain way. Whether or not you’re replacing, updating or refinishing your flooring, it’ll need to be done last. While you’ll be so anxious to get that huge job of replacing flooring done right away, it is a mistake to do it before the other projects are finished.

All of the painting, sawing and nailing needs to be complete before the flooring is changed. The reason is that if it isn’t it could be ruined by paint, stepped on nails, dragging counters, etc. Having to touch-up or refinished spots of your flooring is never an ideal situation. Avoid damaging carpet, tiles and hardwood floors by waiting to replace them until you’re completely finished with all the painting, building closets and replacing of cabinets.

Flooring Choices

Carpet is still the most popular flooring choice in these past few years and will likely continue to be, given its affordability. Designs get a little wild when you’re being trendy with your home improvement project, but keep in mind that they will become quickly outdated.

Some choices will have long lasting trends, such as hardwood finishes. These trends tend to take decades before they are old and tired. For instance, the very shiny high gloss finishes on hardwood floors has been popular for decades. Today this is changing. People now want a more muted, oil finish on their floors for a natural look.

So, you are better off to make choices that are more classic and not the latest craze with your home improvement and flooring choices. Be sure to stop by US Hardwood and Carpet to discuss your ideas. We’d love to help you make choices that have long lasting popularity.

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