Are you considering a flooring change but you don’t have a lot to spend on the project? Thankfully, there are a few good budget-friendly flooring options. Here are two, and the pros and cons of each one to help you out.
Pros: Laminate is cheaper than hardwood at about $0.50 to $3 per square foot, not counting installation. Laminate is also easy to clean, resilient, and looks just like real wood.
Cons: Laminate is not very resilient to large amounts of water or standing water. Plus, if water damage does occur, it can mean a full replacement of the flooring.
Pros: Vinyl flooring is one of the cheapest flooring options out there, and it can work in every room. On the low end, you can get vinyl for less than $1 per square foot, but it can run a little higher for more expensive versions.
Cons: Vinyl can be damaged much easier than laminate or tile.
To find an affordable flooring option, contact JXR Design & Renovations at (858) 874 1925 or through the form on their website.