When you think of a home improvement, most people tend to overlook the floor.
Because it is not the most obvious aspect of the interior of a house. However, the flat is an easy way to give new life to the appearance of a home. It is also an excellent way to increase the value of the property without spending too much.
Below are some simple and cost-effective ways to renovate the old environment of a house with floors
Installation of a floating floor.
A wooden floor is an excellent way to create a feeling of warmth and comfort. One of the most practical ways to obtain a new wooden base is to install a floating floor. This type of floor differs from the conventional floor in that the wooden strips are fixed together with glue or intertwined and not nailed. Laminate floors combine well with all types of floors: concrete, vinyl sheets, ceramic tiles, and plywood.
Installation of engineering wood floors.
Recently, thin sheets of engineering wood are glued similarly to the installation of plywood. They are durable, easy to install, fast and come with a factory applied finish.
When the budget is limited, the restoration of the floor of an old house is not entirely feasible. For such situations, painting the floor is an excellent way to create a completely new look. Make sure that the floor paint chosen is of good quality, durable and can last longer with insignificant maintenance with some layers of paint.
A cork floor
A cork floor provides the necessary cushioning and heat for the feet at each stage during the colder months. It is durable, resistant, natural, earthy and attractive to the eye. It offers a pleasant and cozy interior atmosphere.
Compared to traditional wood and old house floor, cork is much easier to install. Cork floors are available in the form of technical panels that can be fixed together and do not require glue or nails.
Vinyl Tile Floor
Vinyl tiles were the popular choice for flooring before the advent of durable laminate flooring and laminated plastic boards. These vinyl tiles were originally made as an alternative to linoleum. Due to the variety of color options, textures and patterns, the convenience of cleaning and cracking resistance, vinyl tiles became a popular choice at that time.