I live in a condo built in the 60s. Well, the condo building I live in is really dated—especially the kitchen and bathroom floors. I guess you could say the floors are solid wood, but there is no way I would put my foot on any of them – they’re vinyl tile. No matter the application, flooring has a big effect on your home’s aesthetic and its value. Solid wood floors retain their value very well, but they require a lot of upkeep and cannot be replaced easily if damaged. On the other hand, Vinyl tile can be replaced on a dime and is easier to maintain.
Solid wood flooring and vinyl tile floors are beautiful and durable, but they serve different purposes. Both offer advantages for homeowners seeking a new look with minimum fuss and maintenance.
Style and durability
- Solid wood flooring (SWF): There are countless reasons why you would want to install hardwood flooring in your home, including aesthetics, durability, and health. Hardwood floors are better for you, for the environment,…