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Carpet, Hardwood or Vinyl? Flooring Options for Your Home Remodeling in Denver

When working with a construction specialist on your home remodeling in Denver, you have options to change your flooring. A remodel is a clean slate and is a good time to weigh the pros and cons to create a space or home renovation that works with your family’s needs. From living rooms and hallways, to kitchens and mudrooms, learn more about the different types of flooring to add to your project.
  • Carpet: When choosing flooring, carpets add a touch of warmth and coziness to a home. Soft on one’s feet, it can be used throughout an entire home or in certain rooms, such as living rooms and bedrooms. Its softness can also be easier to walk on and carpet also can be a safer flooring option in the event of a fall. Carpet also helps to reduce noise in a room which is great if you have several people living in a home. When it comes to choosing carpet, there are four types. You can choose nylon for a durable and stain-resistant option, polypropylene for added durability and resistance to stains or mildew, polyester for a hypoallergenic option or wool for an upscale option. To learn more about the different types of carpet, read About Home’s “An Overview of Carpet Choices and Types.”
  • Hardwood: Hardwood flooring is a classic option to add in a home. They are definitely a top option that can be easy to manage. They are easy to clean, from a quick sweep or cleaning up a spill. Hardwood can be versatile because you can always rearrange a room or add different types of rugs to mix up its look. You can also change its look later down the road by staining it. Hardwood is also a great option for those with allergies. It doesn’t capture and hold onto various allergens that can float in your home. Can’t afford real hardwood? You can find faux wood options at a lower price that provide many of the same advantages of actual wood.
  • Vinyl: Similar to hardwood, vinyl flooring is also very easy to care for. It can also be a softer alternative over hardwood if you aren’t interested in carpet. Vinyl is also a very affordable option. Many find vinyl the perfect option for kitchens, bathrooms or work areas due to their durability and ease of cleaning. You can find vinyl flooring in a variety of styles from consistent planks, faux wood, marble pattern, tile and so much more. You can find ways to make vinyl work throughout a home, or pair it with carpet or real hardwood.
When ready to make renovations to your current home, you can count on SF Inc. Construction! From complete home renovations to bathrooms, kitchens and basements, we have you covered. We will help you choose the best flooring for your space in the budget you can afford. While deciding what you can do for your remodel, learn the pros to using a pro for your home remodeling project. When ready to get started, call us at 303-210-5991 or email us at