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What's the best flooring for basements, kitchens and bathrooms?

When installing flooring in your home, keep in mind that some materials are better suited for certain rooms while others are not. Use this guide to help you make the best decision for your home.

Best Flooring for Basements

Basement flooring should be highly resistant to moisture, as many basements are below grade. Choosing the best flooring for basement spaces depends on what they’ll be used for. For example: 

  • An epoxy basement floor is a durable finish for concrete.
  • Vinyl basement flooring is generally waterproof or water-resistant. 
  • Laminate floors can be an affordable option, but they’re often not 100% waterproof.
  • Ceramic tile floors are also water-resistant. 

If your basement isn’t moist, carpet tiles are also an option — just make sure to use a moisture barrier.

Best Flooring for Kitchens

Kitchen flooring does more work than almost any floor in the house, so you’ll want to choose a durable floor. The following are among the best flooring types for kitchens:

  • Porcelain tiles can be fashionable, moisture-resistant, and cost less than stone or wood to install.
  • Vinyl flooring can withstand dents, is generally inexpensive and it’s easy to install.
  • Linoleum flooring can be durable, easy to maintain and affordable. 
  • Wood flooring could be damaged by dropped pots and pans, furniture and pets. However, hardwood and engineered wood floors in kitchen spaces are still popular among homeowners.

Best Flooring for Bathrooms

Bathroom flooring must withstand high moisture levels while also being comfortable on bare feet. Here are some of the best flooring options for bathrooms: 

  • Porcelain tiles are generally comfortable, waterproof, stylish and less costly than stone or wood. 
  • Vinyl flooring is waterproof, cost-effective and can imitate wood convincingly.
  • Natural stone can be expensive, but it’s typically hard and durable.

Reach out to a flooring installation and repair professional near you to see which type you should install in your home.

What is the best flooring for dogs?

Waterproof or scratch-resistant flooring is typically the best flooring for dogs. This includes: 

  • Vinyl: Vinyl may not add much to the value of your home, but it is resistant to scratching, stains, dents and accidents. Plus, it’s an affordable option.
  • Tile: Tile is generally water-resistant and scratch-proof, and more affordable than hardwood or stone.
  • Laminate: Laminate is not truly waterproof, but it is tough and often more scratch-resistant than other wood floorings. 

Remember that solid hardwood is susceptible to damage, including dents, scratching, licking and accidents. But if you want to install wood floors, the best hardwood floors for dogs are typically made out of maple, Brazilian walnut or bamboo.

For more tips on choosing the best flooring for dogs, talk to one of the best flooring installation professionals near you.

How much does it cost to install flooring?

The national average cost to install flooring is $5,500, with prices ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 . Your cost can be much lower or higher depending on the type of flooring you select, the square footage of the project, and other important variables like demolition and repair work needed.

Here are some examples of floor installation costs, depending on the material:

Reach out to the top flooring installation specialists near you to get an accurate, free estimate of how much it will cost to install flooring in your home.

Is it worth it to hire a professional flooring specialist?

Unless you have plenty of experience installing the type of floor you want, it is worth it to hire a professional flooring specialist. 

The first reason is tools — pros have them, and they know how to use them. Without the proper experience, there is a high risk of injury with nail guns and power saws. A good pro also works quickly, saving you time that you could spend doing other things. 

Finally, a pro gets you past options paralysis by helping you decide the best flooring for different rooms and areas of the home.

To get started on your flooring project, contact the best flooring contractors near you today.

Reviews for Phoenix bathroom flooring installers
Alex M.
I had my project completed last year but finally felt like a review was necessary. We had the stairs and upstairs landing, bathrooms, and hall way redone with vinyl plank flooring. The installers were polite but they did a poor job. First off, the installers get paid as soon as the job is done; the faster they get done, the faster they get paid. When they were working on one of the bathrooms upstairs, they were so frustrated that some of the sub floor had to be replaced. The installer called their colleague and begged him to get out here as soon as possible. They had some random guy come out and complete the work, which added an extra day to the job. Prior to the VP there was carpet on the landing, hallway, and tile in the bathroom. You would never know that the sub floor was as warped as it was until you pulled it all out and put a thinner vinyl plank on top of it. As you walk around the landing, the hallway, and the bathrooms, you feel the dips and the mounds over and over. Why wasn't this communicated to me? I would have paid the extra money or done the sub floor myself to get it right; I'M SPENDING THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS FOR A NEW FLOOR INSTALL, I THINK IF I AM THIS INVESTED IN MY NEW FLOOR, I WOULD HAVE SPENT ADDITIONAL MONEY TO MAKE IT AS PERFECT AS CAN BE. AT LEAST MAKE THE CUSTOMER AWARE AND LET THEM DECIDE. HINT; it was because this would have added days to the job and the installers wouldn't have gotten paid as soon as they did. So the only time they felt it was necessary to replace the sub floor was when it was underneath the toilet and clearly had some water damage. Once the job was complete, the installer didn't even want to do a walk through with me (contrary to the sales person's pitch about quality control), he simply held out his paper and said "SIGN THIS TO SAY YOU'RE 100% SATISFIED OR I WON'T GET PAID, I HAVE KIDS MAN". I had him walk through with me and his response to the warped floor was "THAT'S JUST HOW IT IS". So now the entire second floor of vinyl plank was installed on warped/bowed sub floor and the very top stair nose is crooked/curved to the side. It looks ridiculous. Additionally, the second flight of stairs has nails sticking out of it, which according to the company who did my bottom floor, was not the way to install these stair treads (gluing them is the correct way). This was just disheartening after a few weeks; I spent thousands of dollars with this company only to get a bad job and have guests commenting how warped the sub floor is and that they can even feel it. I have guests commenting that they can hear every little step on the top floor because the sub floor is so badly warped, it creaks at every movement (this did not happen previously due to the additional padding for the carpet and tile w backerboard). Now to the company's follow up: Mark, the superintendent, was very punctual and responsive to my concerns about the work. Upon arrival to my home, he explained that he was working on 4 other jobs where the same installers messed up over $15,000 in work on other properties that they are now resolving. Additionally, those installers are no long employees of K&R Flooring. Mark asked me to get the replacement stairs to him and he will have someone come to reinstall them (great, I am lagging on that, no concerns there). When I brought up the warped sub floor that was never recommended to be replaced (which should have been), he said that this might have warped in the last 7 months (my wife and I had our first child 2 months after the install was completed so our schedules were pretty busy). According to another company, that was impossible. So after I complete this review I will lookup the stairs at Floor & Decor and start that up. In summary, as a first time customer asking a company to redo their flooring, here's what I learned; -Ask how long the installers have been employees -Ask how the installers get paid (gives you a hint to how quality is affected with their speed of install) -Take pictures of sub floor once the old flooring is removed -Ask the company to pause the installation until you have had a chance to review the sub floor (I was at work when it moved forward before I saw anything) -Don't fall for high pressure quality assurance sign offs; take your time, this is your hard earned money. I appreciate that Mark has been working with me and that K&R had terminated the employment of my particular installers. I look forward to getting this all resolved and behind me and my family.
KR Flooring Solutions, LLCKR Flooring Solutions, LLC
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