Now that the holidays are behind us, it’s time to tackle renovation projects, such as installing new flooring, that you need to be ready for summer fun. Living in a warm, coastal area such as Myrtle Beach, we are often assisting homeowners with selection of the best flooring type that can resist the sand, humidity, and traffic from multiple visitors throughout the summer months.
Often the flooring recommendations for those with rental properties and those who live in their homes year-round can vary. If you are looking to install new flooring in your Myrtle Beach area home, we have two showrooms where you can view products and talk with a specialist to discuss your specific needs and create a custom plan for your flooring update. Here our some of our top rated flooring picks for Myrtle Beach homeowners:
Slip-Resistant Ceramic Tile
Ceramic tile is the most popular beach house flooring for good reason. It's outrageously easy to maintain, especially when glazed. It's also highly water-resistant. Ceramic tile beach house flooring helps to keep indoor temperatures cool, it resists sand and grit, and humidity can't touch it. Another plus is that there are so many ceramic tile types and styles to choose from.
A ceramic tile beach floor should only be installed by a professional. The tiles and grout must be sealed; this can be a difficult DIY project if you don't know exactly what you're doing. However, because ceramic tile installation is almost certain to raise the property resale value of your home, hiring a professional is well worth it.
One of the nicest things about luxury vinyl is that it feels softer under bare feet than ceramic tile or stone tile. Another cool feature is that luxury vinyl can look exactly like wood; the only difference is that it lacks the high price tag and the high maintenance. Luxury vinyl resists water, it's easy to maintain, and you can install it yourself. It's a very affordable choice, especially when you consider the great look.
If you want to give your beach house a dash of character, stone tile is an excellent choice. It's strong, durable, wears well, and it's not slippery like other flooring types.
With so many options available, it can be hard to choose the best beach flooring for your Myrtle Beach home. The best way to get started is to browse the large selection of ceramic tile, luxury vinyl and stone tile samples at Young Interiors Flooring Center. Visit one of our convenient locations in Myrtle Beach or Longs today!