Lethbridge Flooring Products

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Lethbridge Carpet Stores ShagCarpet

Carpet usually gets a bad rap when it comes to consumer opinion. Years of promoting stain resistance and scrambling to have the lowest price has ultimately served to lower public perception of its value… learn more


vinyl flooring LethbridgeVinyl

What can you say about vinyl floors? After losing market share for years to hard surfaces such as laminate, wood and ceramic tile; they’ve begun to fight back with better quality, more realistic patterns… learn more


hardwood flooring store LethbridgeWood

No one can argue with the natural beauty of a wood floor. For centuries wood has covered our floors and still has a timeless appeal… learn more

 


Lethbridge laminate tile flooringLaminate

Introduced to North America in the mid 1990s, laminate sales have increased steadily and continue to garner market share from other flooring categories. Laminate floors make a lot of sense for a lot of people… learn more


tile flooring stores LethbridgeTile & Stone

Ceramic tile is basically a mixture of clay, sand and other earth minerals, molded or pressed into various shapes and fired at high heat, to harden and make suitable, for use either as wall or floor coverings… learn more


Lethbridge Cork FloorsCork

Cork floors make a lot of sense to consumers who are looking for a beautiful and durable floor that is both healthy and environmentally responsible… learn more

 

 


Leather FLooring Stores LethbridgeLeather

Leather is the newest innovation in flooring and are ideal for the customer looking for a contempory and beautiful floor that is both unique and environmentally responsible… learn more


 

Lethbridge Renovation

Home renovations can be stressful and overwhelming when considering all your options for flooring, paint colors, baseboards, you name it. Usually people renovate their homes because the style is outdated, something broke or they have some extra money that they would like to spend on their home. Investing in your home is never a bad idea. Your home is where you spend time with your family and a place where you can relax. It is important that your home stays in good shape for your sake but also for resale value. If you plan on selling your home when you are in your old age, you want the house to be in great shape so that you get full value for your property. However, you may also be planning on passing your home on to your children. Either way, you want your home to remain in good condition so that it can have a long life.

When it comes to Lethbridge Renovation, there are lots of ‘Do It Yourself’ television shows and blogs to help the average person put together their home for a cheaper price. Lots of these mediums provide good advice but some projects are simply too large or complicated to undertake yourself. If you have experience in construction or home renovations, then these projects may not seem so daunting. However, for the average person who works 40+ hours per week, may have children at home and has other events to attend, projects such as new flooring get started and then pushed to the side, often laying unfinished for months at a time.

When considering new flooring in your home, there are so many options to choose from. First you must decide which room of those house is getting renovated. Kitchens and bathrooms are more commonly known to have tile or laminate whereas bedrooms and living rooms are more commonly known to have carpet or hardwood. Once you have decided which room will be renovated, you need to decide on the type of flooring and the color desired. When it comes to flooring options, you can choose from: hardwood, vinyl, carpet, laminate, tile, stone, cork, leather, etc. Based on your personal preference, the room getting renovated and your price range, all of these options are available. It is important that you like the flooring that you choose, since it will probably be with you for years to come.