How to successfully remodel with natural stone flooring?

How to successfully remodel with natural stone flooring?

Choosing a new natural stone flooring can be an exciting yet daunting task that requires careful consideration of your requirements and preferences. If you select a floor covering that doesn't meet your needs, you're unlikely to appreciate the results of your remodel, whether small or large.

Natural stone may cost a bit more upfront but pays for itself over time, adding excellent value to your home. Here are some remodeling facts that could help you achieve the best looks.

What to know about natural stone flooring

Natural stone flooring is a perfect addition to almost every room of your home and can include travertine and marble flooring. The ideal installation takes time, and times can vary based on the products you choose, where the floors will be installed, and whether the products must be sealed or treated before they finish.

These floors offer excellent characteristics like sturdiness, durability, and superior traction, especially for those with walking aids. It's also safer for pets and children, reducing the number of falls that can happen.

Once in place, regular maintenance is vital for your natural stone flooring and can include washing, sealing, dusting, and polishing to keep dirt and sand to a minimum. These are highly abrasive and can cause problems over time.

A showroom that caters to all

Premium Hard Surfaces is a family-owned and operated home improvement company with over 20 years of industry experience. We diligently provide the best products, services, and installation at a valuable price to you and your remodel of any size.

Our commitment to excellence shines as soon as you walk into our Tampa, FL, showroom for your natural stone flooring, which you can visit whenever you're in the area. We're proud to serve Tampa, Town 'n' Country, Temple Terrace, East Lake-Orient Park, and Brandon, FL, and we look forward to working with you too. Stop by today to see our excellent marble and travertine tiles.