Tile flooring is made from a wide range of materials including travertine, granite, marble, soapstone, slate, ceramic and porcelain. All these materials offer the ability to stand up to heavy use and moisture and are ideal for heavy traffic areas like kitchens.
Laminate flooring is becoming increasingly popular for 3 main reasons – it’s economical, the ease of installation and its durability. While all three are important, it is the last that becomes especially important, in a high-use, work area like the kitchen.
There are so many types of kitchen flooring that it may be quite difficult for you to select one. Each of the possible flooring materials has advantages and disadvantages. The best way to choose your kitchen floor is to answer the questions in this article.