Here are some great options for floor covering that will give your home the beautiful look of solid hardwood flooring-

​- Floating wood-look vinyl planks

     (clickable/locking systems)

​- Wood-Look porcelain or ceramic tile

​- Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) Flooring

Second - Consider these key points:

-Location:   What level of your home is the flooring for?  Is it ground level or above?  This makes a huge difference when considering your flooring material.

-Climate Stability:  Is the climate where the flooring is to be installed, temperature and humidity controlled?  If so, solid hardwood flooring may be an option, if not, choosing a difference material would be recommended.

-Subfloor Type:  Depending on what kind of subfloor the area has, will determine what preparation is needed, and ultimately tell you the limitations to the materials you can choose to install.

Each of these materials hold up great in higher-moisture areas of the home, and also adapt much better to fluctuating temperatures than solid hardwood does.   They also come in a large variety of styles, colors, and sizing options.  So if solid hardwood flooring just won't hold up in an area of your home, but you still want to achieve the "look" of a wood floor, you'll surely find something you love in these three materials.

And when you're ready to start your flooring renovation, give us a call for a FREE in-home consultation at 1-855-914-TCFC

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"We are not just floors, but the concierge of your dream design."

Click the image or link above to read the full blog post on "Wood-Look Flooring Options."  Learn what choices there are in different flooring materials that offer the look of real hardwood.

Here at The Couture Floor Company, we simply love solid hardwood floors.  But what if there's an area of your home which simply isn't suitable for solid hardwood flooring?  

In this blog post, our flooring Pro's go over all the different materials out there that can give your home beautiful character, color, graining, and some materials that even offer similar texture of hardwood flooring.

Here are some examples, but be sure to click to the full blog post to read more about wood-look flooring options HERE.

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First - Find out if your home is suitable for solid hardwood flooring.  We can certainly help you with that, and we offer free in-home consultations, so call us today to schedule yours, at 1-855-914-TCFC.

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