As exciting as a new flooring installation is, we also know that choosing the right one can be overwhelming.
- Carpet: Nylon isn’t the only carpet fiber, but that’s the one we automatically think of. Polyester is durable and stain-resistant. Olefin, commonly used in the Berber, has different levels of strength, depending upon the carpet style. Wool is natural, inherently strong, and can last up to 60 years.
- Hardwood: It comes in dark, light and medium tones. Especially with the medium tone, you’ll see knots and raised grains which are especially perfect for the casual, cottage-like flooring installations in Myrtle Beach homes.
- Luxury vinyl: If you love the look of wood, but the budget won’t allow it, you can get it in plank form with different wood species, colors and textures, to look incredibly like the “real thing.” Vinyl is also 100 percent waterproof, a big advantage for storm-prone areas.
- Linoleum: It used to be the primary flooring in hospitals and other health care facilities and commercial structures, but the vibrant designs and large color assortments of today, make it a popular choice for a residential flooring installation. What many don’t realize is that linoleum is environmentally-friendly, because it’s made up of natural materials such as cork dust, linseed oil, jute, etc., all of which make it biodegradable.
- Tile and Stone: There are two kinds of tile, porcelain and ceramic. Porcelain tile is heavier, resistant to breaking, resistant to mold and mildew, and often used for floors. Ceramic tile is a little lighter, so you may prefer it on walls, backsplashes and around the shower. Want your home to look like a European palace? Try stones, such as marble.
We also have flooring installation services and rug binding. One stop shopping is always best! Come into see the pros at Young Interiors in either Myrtle Beach, SC, or Longs, SC, so we can show you all these flooring marvels!