1. Carpet is an excellent choice for living areas and bedrooms. A carpeted floor reduces noise levels and provides a comfortable surface underfoot that is appropriate for individual residents and families alike.
2. Sheet vinyl flooring is manufactured as one solid, continuous piece of Flooring that comes in a large roll, which can allow for a seamless installation depending on the size of your room. Many customers prefer sheet vinyl because it is budget-friendly, moisture resistant, low maintenance, plus it has antimicrobial protection to inhibit the growth of bacteria.
3. Luxury vinyl tile flooring is gaining popularity as an alternative to hardwood. This durable and low-maintenance flooring option offers a low-cost but high-end look that property owners and tenants alike love.
4. Ceramic tile is durable and easy to clean; it is also water-resistant and a popular flooring choice for areas such as kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and entryways. Quality tile flooring will also lend your rental unit a high-end look.
Choosing a carpet with durable fibers will help your flooring stand up to years of foot traffic and keep your rental property looking like new, even after several turns. Nylon and triexta carpet fibers are both noted for their longevity.
Choosing a carpet with durable fibers will help your flooring stand up to years of foot traffic and keep your rental property looking like new, even after several tenancies. Nylon and polyester carpet fibers are both noted for their longevity.
Stain resistance can play a significant role in the look of your carpet over time. Opting for a carpet that has either good natural stain resistance or has been treated with a stain-resistant product will reduce wear and tear on the carpet from dirt, pets, and liquid spills by making stains easier to clean and less likely to permanently affect the look of the carpet.