As 2019 comes to an end, you are most likely already looking ahead. The new year is almost here, and there is no better time to renovate your home! One area that needs the most help is in the kitchen. Believe it or not, you can have it all! Here is a look at how you can have hardwood floors installed in your home’s kitchen!
They Add Elegance
The holiday frenzy between Thanksgiving and Christmas has finally subsided. But there is still so much to look forward to as we ring in January. How do the floors in your kitchen look? New hardwood floors add a touch of elegance, and it can make a classy statement as well. Aesthetics and practicality should unify the design choice of your remodeled kitchen. There are different colors and tones that you can consider before deciding on which wood you like best!
They’re Incredibly Durable
Solid and engineered hardwood floors both offer impressive durability. Scuff marks and signs of damage can become more apparent when you neglect them. Foot traffic, pet nails, and dropped cutlery can all leave unsightly scratches and pitting behind. With the right hardwood flooring in your kitchen, these problems will be less worrisome for you!
They’re Simple to Clean
We know how busy your life can get. Fortunately, hardwood floors are easy to clean, even if they are in your kitchen. Dirt and stains may accumulate on the floorboards, but they won’t stick around, which means cleaning the floors is less time-consuming. Sweeping, mopping, and refinishing can help extend their expected lifespan as well.
They’re Warmer Than Tile
Another noteworthy feature of hardwood is that these floors are much warmer than tile. Tile and laminate floors are standard features of most kitchens, but that doesn’t exclude other choices. Although the coolness of tile can be delightful during the summertime, in the winter, it is far less pleasant.
They Also Improve Air Quality
You can’t overlook the importance of indoor air quality. Please take a minute to compare your previous apartment to your current home: the studio had hardwood floors except in the kitchen, where it was tile. Then your existing house has wall-to-wall carpet, but no hardwood. Carpet traps more dust, dirt, and pet dander than wood does. What this means is that hardwood floors improve your home’s air quality, and there’s something to be said about that!
Ready for a Beautiful Hardwood Floor? Trust John K Eareckson & Co.
When you work with John K Eareckson & Co., Flooring, we will ensure your hardwood floors undergo a stress-free acclimation process and that they sparkle for years to come; from a seamless and beautiful installation to years of maintenance, John K Eareckson & Co. Flooring has the expertise to care for your home’s hardwood floors. For a consultation and more information, visit us online or give us a call at 410-788-4200. You can also look for us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr.