When you’re planning home improvement you’re thinking of all your options. Various counter designs, appliances that can be replaced, whether to redo your bathroom or cabinets. These are all on your mind. You’re thinking of what you can do to improve the look and feel of your home.

One of the best ways to do that is to look at new floor installations.

Changing the make, or look, of your flooring can really improve the atmosphere of the room that you do it in. The right flooring can make the room stand out, and may also have practical effects, like tile in the bathroom, or hardwood flooring in the dining area.

But what are some flooring options? Here’s a small list of them for you, and their positives!

  1. Linoleum Flooring
    One of the biggest benefits of linoleum flooring is that it’s cheap. It’s far less expensive than natural materials, like ceramic, wood, or stone. They’re also resistant to water, so a great choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms.It’s also rather environmentally friendly, as linoleum is made from dried and milled flax seeds mixed with other plant materials. These materials are all completely natural. and come from renewable sources and are 100% biodegradable.
  2. Carpet Tiles
    Though more expensive than wall-to-wall carpeting, you can save big money with tile installation because of its doable by yourself. Carpet tiles are also artsier, and allow you to get creative with different colors or designs on each tile. So rather than a large stretch of wall-to-wall, you can put whatever design suits you.And if you get bored of the carpet designs? Just peel away the tile and replace it with a new one. Simple, easy, and doesn’t require you to hire a professional.
  3. Cork FlooringCork flooring is one of the best ideas when it comes to cheap flooring options. It’s renewable, has a nice look, and a soft feel on your feet. It’s a good option for families with young children because of this softness, as it can prevent injuries from tripping and falling.

    It’s also durable, resistant to cracking and abrasion, and can be installed with ease. It’s also fire resistant, mold resistant, and possesses great insulating properties! It’s a great value, and relatively unknown, so unique.
There are a lot more options for your new floor installations, these are just a few to keep in mind. Leave a comment with your own ideas below!