Two things a new floor will do for your home

You don’t need a full top-to-bottom remodeling; a new surface installation will refresh and restore your home.

Stylish spruce-up

Spring will be here before you know it, and that signals rebirth and renewal. What about your home? Is it time to update the decor?

Ask yourself: Are you looking to stay with the same kind of atmosphere, or do you want a complete change? This is important to know because all of the furnishings are in already.
You won’t be starting from scratch, as you would if you were moving into a brand-new home.

If the furnishings don’t work with the installation, the room may seem a little “off.” You may only need to do something as simple as changing wall colors, accessories or upholstery to coordinate with the flooring.

Get some inspiration from the design pages, as well as some professional interior design advice if you need it. We offer design consultations, so call us for an appointment.

Flooring can boost the home’s value

You may already know that a hardwood installation, whether the wood is solid or engineered, will increase the home’s value and affect resale positively. People will often pay more for a home with wood floors and these homes often get sold quickly.

What if the budget says no to wood? Laminate can also increase value, but it does depend upon certain factors. Flooring is one of the first things potential buyers look at, so if the original installation is in bad shape, it’s best to replace it just for the visual appeal.

Let’s keep in mind, too, that laminate provides an incredibly realistic look of wood, even being able to be cut into planks. Special features like embossing give it a wire-brushed, hand-scraped, antiqued or distressed look and it’s available in matte or gloss finishes.

That, in itself, will surely appeal to buyers, but there’s more, such as easy maintenance.

Laminate is a recommended floor for those with kids and pets because of the high durability factor and it's a DIY-friendly installation, although if you're like me you'll want to hire professional installers.

For more information and to learn about our other services, such as estimates or installation, come into the Completely Floored showroom in Everett, WA.