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Kitchen Flooring

When choosing your kitchen flooring, it is important to consider a number of factors. First, the nature of kitchen activities requires that the flooring be moisture and stain resistant. Hardwood and carpet are not generally considered good options for just this reason.

Secondly, since the kitchen is generally a high-traffic area, kitchen flooring should be durable. Laminate and engineered hardwood are commonly used because of their resistance to scratches and dents. Many people recommend tile and vinyl as the best for all around performance.

Lastly, kitchen flooring should reflect your particular style. The variety of flooring options available today almost guarantees that you’ll be able to find your perfect kitchen floor. Whether you prefer tile, wood or vinyl flooring, there’s something to fit nearly every décor.

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