Flooring is an integral part of when you are making your dream home. Cement is the base at which the whole décor and your home will stand. In this post, we shall give you a brief about the types of Flooring and their characteristics. It will help you understand which household flooring will be the best option for the particular need you have. Shedding light on the types of Flooring, in general categorization, household flooring is divided into three main categories that are Hard and Medium Flooring and soft Flooring. Each category has its characteristics and useful purpose. In each class, you will find different flooring options. Each of the flooring options has its pros and cons.
While choosing the floor, the important thing is your need, preference, and the whole décor and look you desire for your home or a particular room.
Hard Flooring: as the name suggests, the Flooring is hard is hard-wearing; this flooring option is extremely durable and suits all areas and rooms of the house. Examples are:
Natural Stones Flooring
All types of tiles are hard Flooring, which is ceramic.
The wooden Flooring of any color and type.
The pros and cons are these floorings are a bit noisy to walk on if you drop something, and even the downstairs neighbor will know about it. They are quite cold to walk barefoot and are not easy to keep clean.
Medium: linoleum and vinyl floorings are examples that are medium-hard Flooring. It’s easy to maintain and handles drops and spilling quite well. These types of Flooring offer flexibility and are warm underfoot. These medium floorings are natural in cleaning and maintenance.
Soft Flooring is the Carpet that covers the floor, woven and felted from natural fibers or human-made fibers. The Fitted Carpet is attached to the floor structure, extending from wall to wall, and cannot be moved from one place to another. There is underlay, which is for extending the carpet life and also improves comfort. The Carpet needs proper cleaning and maintenance.