Top Flooring Trends for 2018

 In Home Improvement

It’s finally time to update the look inside your home, and one of the best places to start is to revamp your floor. There are so many different styles, textures, and colors to choose from that deciding on something can become overwhelming. Most importantly, you want to pick something that won’t go out of style the second you put it down. Trends come and go, but the top flooring picks for 2018 are sure to stand the test of time.

Hardwood Floors
Wide plank and hand-scraped products are trendy right now, but if you prefer a more traditional look, ¾ inch planks installed in a herringbone pattern will add a classic look to your home. In addition to adding style, if you install hardwood floors, you are guaranteed to see the maximum return on your investment.

In 2018 carpet with patterns, friezes, and all eco-friendly products are and will continue to be top performers in the residential sector.

Patterned carpets made in cut-loop fashion are stylish and will add flair to hallways, home office, and even staircases while longer, looser yarns add a cozy vibe creating a more intimate space appropriate for bedrooms, family rooms, and areas where you entertain family and friends.

Luxury Vinyl Plank
Luxury Vinyl Plank or LVP, got a bad rap in the 80’s and 90’s. However, today LVP products outperform several of the other hard-surface flooring options available for purchase and today and are making a strong comeback.

Unlike hardwood flooring, LVP is often waterproof, dent and scratch resistant, and has an attached cork underlay which reduces noise. You may also choose from several styles like stone and wood, and it can be applied directly over your home’s existing floor.

Whatever flooring you and your family decide to purchase, SteamPro Inc professionals have the know-how to clean, repair, and protect its surface, so it lasts well into the future. Serving the greater Denver area for 32 years, you can trust us to get the job done the right!

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