There’s a lot of confusion when it comes to the difference between vinyl flooring and linoleum flooring. Linoleum is 100% green and vinyl is manmade but offers more creative options as well as zero maintenance, making it a popular option these days.
When investing in new floors, many hardwood shoppers don’t realize the difference between solid wood, engineered hardwood and laminate flooring. Now, before you start pulling your hair out, let’s clarify some key differences between each style with a few samples from what we offer at Slaughterbeck Floors.
All kinds of hardwood floors have a natural beauty including Red Oak and White Oak. Just like fine wine, oak ages over time taking on different color tones and hues. Slaughterbeck Floors hardwood flooring expert, Dominic explains the difference between their Red Oak and White Oak flooring options.
Deciding between prefinished and finished in place hardwood flooring can be difficult for homeowners. But proper planning and preparation beforehand is the best way to be sure you get the final result you’re looking for. Joan lays out the pros and cons of prefinished vs finish hardwood flooring.
Hardwood floors come in a range of thicknesses, and each thickness offers different sanding options. If you have found your forever home, you might consider a thicker hardwood which will give you decades of sanding options as your floors age.
Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) flooring is a new product in the flooring market. It makes a great hard-surface option for your home and also for light commercial applications. It is frequently being referred to as WPC vinyl flooring–because of the cross between laminate flooring and luxury vinyl plank (LVP) flooring.