While price is certainly is major consideration for many homeowners, it is essential to keep in mind that the best flooring for kitchens are indeed materials that can handle such an environment. As such, we’ve decided to adhere to two main principles whilst researching the best flooring for kitchens. First, we believe it must be easy to clean and very durable. And, second, it needs to be fairly straight-forward to install. That’s because if it isn’t, then the end cost goes up and we’re out of the range of budget-friendly materials.
At D’Best Floorz & More, our 3 tops picks for affordable flooring are laminate, vinyl, and porcelain. Without further delay, let’s get into the specifics that makes these affordable options some of the best flooring for kitchens.
While the tough, superficial coating on these planks are often scratch and stain-resistant, the seams between the slats aren’t normally waterproof. That’s why you’ll want to look for water-resistant planks, to ensure you won’t have to worry about the occasional water sloshing on the floors.
•Available in lookalike options, such as stone, tile, and wood
•Very easy to install
Vinyl is a budget-friendly best-seller as it’s not only easy to install, but you can also apply it right over the flooring you already have, or your sub-floor. Manufactured in a vast amount of designs and quality grades, make sure to choose premium quality for a long-lasting flooring.
•Surfacing that is easy-on-the-feet and resilient
•One of the least expensive materials on the market
Virtually indestructible, porcelain tiles are truly one of the best floors for the kitchen. Plus, it’s super simply to clean, and if properly installed, the less expensive tiles look just as amazing as the pricier ones on the market.
•Super simple to clean
•Hard-wearing and can last for generations
•An elegant and timeless flooring material
Not sure which would be the best flooring for your kitchen? Then, come on by our Orlando, FL showroom, and check them out for yourself! Have you ever texted a business? Now you can! Text us for an estimation if you’re interested in a particular material.