1. Laminate flooring

The pros and cons of laminate  flooring include these  benefits:

  • Lower price
  • Ease of installation
  • Durability
  • Variety of colors and styles, like natural wood

As a disadvantage, this material can be   prone to moisture damage and difficult to repair. Homeowners prefer to install it in high-traffic areas that aren’t the kitchen   or bathroom.

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2. Vinyl or linoleum

Vinyl flooring isn’t the cheap alternative it used  to be. These days, this synthetic  flooring for the home is durable and effectively mimic wood, ceramic and stone. Since it is so versatile and meant for high-traffic, you can put it almost anywhere.  Installation and maintenance are a breeze.

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3. Porcelain or ceramic tile flooring

Ceramic or porcelain tile is a durable, non-porous and beautiful flooring choice. Since it’s waterproof, it’s great for kitchens, bathrooms and entryways. 2.Natural Stone Tile Flooring Natural stone tile is a classic flooring that includes granite, marble, travertine and sandstone. Some materials, like travertine, are more durable than others. Keep in mind that finishes require different amounts of care. A polished marble surface will show scratches and scuffs more easily than a tumbled one, for example.

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4. Carpet

Carpet remains a favorite for many homeowners, especially for bedrooms. It’s soft,  warm and helps cut down on noise. Making it one of the cheapest materials.