What are your bathroom flooring options?
There are a number of things to consider when selecting the right bathroom floor for your home. Consider the present condition of your bathroom, your routine, and your lifestyle. All of these factors will help you decide what floor would be the best for you.
1. Engineered Hardwood Flooring
The idea of wooden floors in an area that is constantly exposed to water makes some people nervous. However, with Ability Wood engineered hardwood flooring, there’s no need to be.
How’s it made?
Engineered hardwood is made with several layers of real wood consisting of several veneer layers on the top and several layers of hardwood on the bottom. The veneer hardwood is what gives engineered hardwood it’s superior qualities. It’s hypoallergenic and easy to clean which means it is very durable and it has the ability to last for years before needing a touch-up.
Unlike regular solid hardwood, engineered hardwood is not as prone to shrinking and expanding during changes in the weather so you won’t have to worry about gaps in the flooring. These engineered hardwood flooring features are optimal for bathrooms that are constantly exposed to water, steam, humidity and varying temperatures, as well as withstanding possible leaks and spills that may occur from bathroom appliances.
For a room that is exposed to a variety of elements, it’s important that you have a dependable hardwood bathroom floor.
2. Stone and Tiles
Stone and tile flooring are two of the more traditional flooring options for bathrooms, but just because something is traditional doesn’t mean it can’t be unique and extraordinary. Ability Wood Flooring is all about quality craftsmanship. We’ve been dedicated to helping families achieve their dream floors for over 70 years. People are unique and they have different interests, so it makes sense that the cookie-cutter approach to flooring design and installation just doesn’t work. Just like you and your family, every bathroom is unique. The layouts are not always the same, and it requires planning to determine how to design your perfect bathroom. We cut and install our stone and tile flooring by hand to make sure that your floor fits perfectly within the space from corner to corner. We use sealant to ensure debris-free grout and to aid in easy cleanup.
Tile and Flooring Options
Travertine| Limestone | Slate | Mosaic | Nadeau | Ceramic | Porcelain | Marble | And many more!
3. Wood-like Tiles
Wood-like tiles have the best of both worlds when it comes to bathroom flooring. Wood-like tiles provide the aesthetic of wood flooring with the durability of porcelain or ceramic flooring. It makes this type of flooring an optimal pairing for rooms where water exposure and spills are most likely to occur including the bathroom and the kitchen.