Each basement is special and unique, that's we carry flooring options for every type. Whether it's luxury vinyl plank flooring, laminate or carpet for your basement, we have it. Schedule an in home estimate today.
Knowing the available basement flooring options before making a final decision is key to understanding what works for your project. It's also important to understand flooring that works in one basement, may not work in your basement. For example; carpet works great for both large and small basements built from 1950 until today, while basement floor paint or vinyl may work better in a home with an older foundation.
Once you have had ensured your basement is waterproof, the next step is choosing the floor covering. With that being said, it is important to know which type of flooring will work well and which ones will not. Remember, choosing basement flooring is a big deal. Flooring has been slowly becoming a focal point in any room. If you're going to be remodeling a basement, choosing the right flooring brings everything together.
Making sure you are 100% satisfied with the outcome of your flooring is our top priority. With a combined 50+ years of flooring installation experience, your new basement flooring will be something you'll want to show off to everyone.
According to the annual survey of builder practices done by the NAHB Research Center, over 28% of new basements built are finished with carpet. Many homeowners enjoy carpeting in a basement; it is a simple fact. The simple fact that most homeqoners in America enjoy carpet is the main reason carpeting has been known as the most popular type of flooring for many years.
If your basement is moisture free, carpeting makes a wonderful flooring choice for your basement. As an added defense, take a look at moisture guard padding to protect against any possible wetness that may occur.
LVP is a popular flooring product that comes highly recommended for basements. Vinyl flooring products are water resistant and nearly 100% moisture proof if installed correctly. Vinyl plank flooring also mimics natural wood material almost perfectly, so you can have a hardwood-looking basement floor without all the hassle natural products come with.
If you need basement flooring options over concrete, vinyl is the only product that can be installed on to the concrete directly. It is durable, almost maintenance free, and makes a great choice for any basement.
LVT in a sense is vinyl plank's counterpart. It come with the same benefits, but mimics natural stone and other material. This is great for those homeowners that want the look of stone materials such as slate, marble, cobblestone or clay. There are many more styles that LVT is available in, so make sure to explore all the options.