Are you building a new home? Do you have a vision for how you would like your home to look or feel? You’re not alone. Thousands of eventual homeowners will build their own homes, and they will get the exact dream home they’ve been envisioning for years. What’s more, they will get the exact flooring that they want.
If you’re building your own home, you don’t have to “deal” with what you rent anymore. You can choose the perfect Loveland hardwood floors for your custom built Loveland home. In this article, Mountain Valley Floors wants to share a simple process to help you decide which flooring material to use for your home.
4 Tips to Choose the Perfect Flooring
#1. Define Your Decorating Style
Before you dive into choosing hardwood, vinyl, linoleum, tile, or otherwise, define your home or room style. When you define the style, you can work off of that to keep the flooring, walls, ceiling, decor, and more consistent with one another. If you do not define your style, you will end up with a home that looks like your eclectic Aunt Susan’s.
#2. Determine Your Budget
Did you know it’s extremely dangerous to go through a flooring showroom without a budget in mind? Granted, it’s not like traveling across the Serengeti, avoiding lions and other predators, but you can end up choosing a flooring option that exceeds your budget, which does two things: 1. It means you overspend, or 2. You have to choose a flooring type you don’t really want. Start with a budget so that your expectations are set, and you can choose the best flooring for your family.
#3. Look Beyond Aesthetics
A majestic marble floor may make you feel like you’ve been transported back through antiquity; however, you want to look beyond aesthetics and choose your flooring based on function, price, and longevity. While marble is a wonderful flooring material, it may not be the best choice for you. Instead, take stock of your family. Do you have children? Do you have pets? How often does your family drag dirt and water in from outside? You want a floor that fits your family’s lifestyle.
#4. Remain Flexible
A magnificent marble master bathroom floor may be your dream, but does it fit the budget you set above? If it does, buy the marble. However, if the marble does not fit within your budget, you may need to save up more for your Roman bathhouse — and that’s OK! You’re not alone when it comes to choosing flooring. Mountain Valley Floors is here to help. Remember to remain flexible so that you can get the function and features of great flooring while staying within your budget.
Mountain Valley Floors: Serving Loveland With Top-Tier Hardwood Flooring Options
Want to choose the best flooring for your custom built home? Consider your decorating style, budget allowance, and functional needs. These will help you narrow your choices so that you can get the floor you’ve always wanted. Call Mountain Valley Floors today to get the flooring you want installed at a price you can afford.