4 Flooring Options You Can Consider for Your Kitchen

Of all the rooms in your home, the kitchen is likely what is exposed to the most daily activity. As such, the kitchen floor is one of the most susceptible areas where problems can occur.

When looking for flooring options for your kitchen, making the right choice can be trickier than merely choosing what looks good. Not only will you have to consider the design to fit the room’s aesthetics, but you will also have to put plenty of thought into your choice’s durability and maintenance needs and how it will affect your quality of life.

With that said, if you are struggling to pick and choose the right flooring option for your kitchen, here are some you can consider:

 1. Concrete

A classic to kitchen spaces, concrete has been in use for a long time. This is thanks to its durability and versatility, allowing for various finishes that last for many years. The only drawback of concrete is the fact that it is porous. This is generally addressed with sealing, which must be done once in a while to prevent stains and discoloration. Concrete surfaces are also hard, and other things, such as mats, have to be added to make the surface feel “softer” and more comfortable.

 2. Epoxy

Epoxy is a type of liquid that is applied to a surface and left to harden. It is generally a mix of pigments, additives, and resins to create various textures and designs. Unlike concrete, epoxy is not porous. Thanks to its liquid nature, it covers the whole floor and creates a seal. It can also be used to cover other surfaces, such as old floors, for a brand-new and clean surface.

 3. Tile

Tile is one of if not the most common types of kitchen flooring today. It is durable, easy to clean, and affordable. It also comes in various styles and colors, allowing homeowners to play around with designs to fit a specific scheme. However, one issue that tiles generally face is that they tend to get slippery when wet. For this reason, kitchen tiles have to offer slip resistance and follow building code requirements.

 4. Stone

Stone is generally the top pick when choosing a flooring option that offers the best in terms of aesthetics and durability. Unfortunately, they are quite expensive and require a lot of maintenance to keep in pristine condition. These two factors can quickly drive away any homeowner looking for flooring options. If that is not enough, not all stone can be used in the kitchen. Some are rough, which can present tripping hazards, and some will get slippery when wet. For those reasons, plenty of time and thought has to be put into selecting the right stone for kitchen flooring.

Conclusion

These various kitchen flooring options provide different features and characteristics. By considering what they have to offer for your kitchen and figuring out exactly what you need, you can identify which flooring option best suits your needs.

Having said that, do not ever rush this process. Flooring, while affordable, is not the cheapest investment you can make. Plus, it is one factor in your home that can dictate how good or bad your kitchen will look. Because of this, take the time to research the flooring options you are interested in. If you are still in the dark, contact flooring experts and ask for their recommendations for which flooring option is best for you!

AZ Polished Concrete is a concrete subcontractor that offers various services from epoxy flooring to polished concrete for flooring purposes. If you are interested in epoxy flooring in Phoenix, contact us right away!

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