So Many Floors, So Little Time: How to Pick your New Floors
From carpet to tile, picking out your new floor is a personal choice and one you need to be really sure about before committing. Your new carpet or hardwood floors are a considerable investment and one that you will be walking on for years to come. Fortunately, there are some great ways for you to learn more about flooring which should help you make the right choice for you and your family.
People who sell flooring know more about what is available than you ever would want to know. Your local Carrollton, TX flooring company can offer you a professional consultation on the house. They can help you explore options that are within your budget and help you weigh the pros and cons of your choices. It is possible that they might have solutions that have not even occurred to you. Call CMA Flooring (888.262.6552) for a free in-home consultation knowing that we’re an affordable and trusted company with your best interests in mind.
“Try On A Floor”
Shaw’s has a really great new program on their website that allows you try their flooring products on your floor without spending a dime. You simply go to their website and upload a photograph of the room where you want new flooring. After it is uploaded you can replace your old carpet in the photo with beautiful tile flooring or hardwood. If you select flooring that does not suit your taste or the room, simply choose another. This is a great way to seehow the flooring may look in your selected room, considering the color scheme and furniture placement, without the need to install it first.
Pinterest is a great way to explore the diverse array of flooring options that are available, and how they might look in particular rooms. The best part is you have other people doing the searches for you. You are not the only person interested in new flooring and many of them have pinned their favorite choices up on Pinterest. It is a great way to get a feel for what some of the latest trends are without wasting hours visiting various flooring websites.
For more information on what flooring might be right for you, contact CMA Flooring, your local Texas flooring professionals.