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The Best Flooring Type for Every Room in the House

RPS Carpet and Flooring Wholesalers can help you decide which flooring type is best for every room in your house.

Whether you’re remodeling the kitchen, the bathroom, or the entire house, updating the floors is one of the most important aspects of the project. RPS Carpet and Flooring Wholesalers can help you decide which flooring type is best for every room in your house. Read on for our expert tips, and visit our showroom to explore our many options! 

Kitchen

The kitchen is a high-traffic room prone to spaghetti splashes and red wine stains. When choosing the flooring for the kitchen, select materials that can withstand dirty shoes and messy spills. Porcelain tile and vinyl flooring are great options for kitchens throughout Maryland. Both options are durable, attractive, and low-maintenance. 

Bathroom 

Showers, baths, and steam can wreak havoc on certain types of flooring. Bathroom flooring should compliment the aesthetic of the room and hold up under the demands of a humid atmosphere. Consider vinyl, ceramic tile, stone tile, or vinyl tile when selecting bathroom flooring!

Living Room 

Life happens in the living room. Parents play board games with their children, young couples entertain guests, and new homeowners relax and enjoy their space. Because so many different activities happen in the living room, it’s important to choose a flooring type that can stand up to the test. Solid wood is always a crowd favorite while engineered wood is quickly gaining steam in the design world. 

Basement 

Most basements are below grade, which limits a homeowner’s flooring options. The best way to choose basement flooring is to determine how the space will be used. Will the basement serve as a game room? Or will it be used as a home gym? Do you plan to relax in the basement or use the space for various household projects? Engineered vinyl planks or tiles are great, waterproof options for basements. Tile plank floors and ceramic tiles are also waterproof but considerably colder and harder on your feet. 

Questions? RPS Flooring is Here to Help

If you still have more questions about how to care for your new floors, we here at RPS Flooring are here to help. Our trained professionals will answer your questions and guide you in the right direction. Give us a call or come and visit our showroom to check out our selection of commercial and residential flooring options. For tips, tricks, and to see what we have been working on, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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