Open floor plans incorporating kitchens are the most asked for change when remodeling. This has elevated the kitchen as the epicenter of activity in a home. That means the flooring must be able to withstand traffic, pets, cooking accidents, be comfortable to stand on and look good while doing it all.
Crown Floors has curated a selection of flooring that fits the demanding requirements of everyday life in a kitchen. The choices between tile floors, laminate flooring and vinyl flooring are brilliant. Image technology advancements are used in each of these materials to narrow the gap between organic materials that look great but aren’t suitable for a kitchen, and the tile, laminate and vinyl versions that are virtually indistinguishable from the real.
Bathroom remodeling calls for flooring that fends off many challenges
The first thing you think of when bathroom floor comes to mind is the many forms of water that needs to be defended against.
- Running water that splashes everywhere
- Steam that leaves a layer of moisture
- Dampness underneath bathmats and used towels
And by the nature of the uses of a bathroom, aesthetics play an important role in surface selection.
As flooring professionals, and as homeowners, the sales, design and installation teams at Crown Floors are versed in the unique flooring traits called upon in bathroom remodeling. It’s important to remember that all installations need a subsurface specifically rated for bathrooms. Today’s tile, laminate and vinyl flooring meet both the requirement to withstand water and to look beautiful, spa-like even, while performing.
Whether you are considering a relatively simple floor replacement or a full remodel, you are welcome to browse through our offerings at Crown Floor’s flooring headquarters in Chantilly. Our kitchen and bath remodeling services extend to Chantilly, Loudon County, Fairfax and Prince William County.