Update to a Resilient LVT or Tile Floor
Best Flooring for a Mudroom
Spring is upon us, which means you will be tracking in mud, dirt, water, and leftover salt from the roads. Your floor doesn’t appreciate it, and you surely hate keeping up with the messes. Unfortunately, your entryway and mudroom get the worst of it. However, spring doesn’t mean you have to give up on your floors. No, spring means it is time to upgrade to a more durable floor.
Flooring Options for Mudroom
LVT flooring has become a favorite among homeowners due to its water resistance and sustainability. With LVT flooring you can get the look of real hardwood floors in your mudroom; yet, you won’t have to worry about warping, fading, and scuffing. LVT flooring brands such as COREtec Plus and Invincible H20 ensures water won’t seep through to the subfloor due to its locking system. This means that all that mud and water from your shoes won’t be stuck in between planks. No more scrubbing your floors and wiping up water every time because LVT floors are waterproof. Though COREtec Plus and Invincible H20 offer an innovative locking system, our standard LVT floors that use glue are also waterproof and offer similar benefits. With LVT flooring you won’t be breaking the bank, for there is numerous budget friendly options.
Your mudroom sees a lot of traffic, and LVT flooring is a great option to ensure your floors stay protected, but there is another flooring option to consider. Tile is naturally water resistant, stain resistant, and scuff resistant. Considered to be the most durable flooring option, tile provides a natural look to your mudroom. Whether it is ceramic tile, porcelain, or stone, each ensures protection and sustainability. Though LVT flooring can mimic stone, there is nothing like the real stuff which adds value to your home. A tile floor won’t allow dust, water, or mud to fall through the cracks, and cleanups are a breeze.
This spring, don’t like your mudroom floor take another beating, upgrade to an LVT or tile floor. Make a statement to your guests’ right when they take off their shoes. To learn more about LVT and tile flooring options, contact Modern Flooring Carpet One Floor & Home today. Also, stop by our showroom anytime in New Orleans, LA.