A lot of thought and planning goes into a home renovation. What’s your budget? What are you trying to achieve? What room or rooms are you planning to renovate? What type of floor covering are you leaning towards? Like we said, there are a lot of things to consider so it is very important to be organized and do some research.

When it comes to your budget, only you can answer that. Depending on if you are doing a complete renovation (floors, cabinets, furniture, etc.) or just replacing your outdated flooring, you should give yourself a buffer or some wiggle room for any unexpected situation. If you have an idea of how much you’d like to spend, consulting with one of our designers or team members in the beginning stages should help you gauge what type of flooring to get.

Once you’ve settled on a budget, figuring out how many rooms or what room you want to renovate is pivotal. You obviously don’t want to install carpeting in your bathroom or kitchen, so the location will help dictate which floor covering to go with. A few other things to think about are: How much foot traffic does the room get? What flooring will complement the décor and style in your home? Here is a quick rundown on some of the flooring options in our Murrieta, CA showroom:

Luxury Vinyl Flooring – Vinyl flooring is a durable option that can be installed in any room in your home. It comes in a variety of patterns (mimics hardwood and stone flooring) as well as shapes (tiles and planks).
Carpet – Carpeting adds comfort under your feet. It is an ideal option for bedrooms and living rooms. We have an extensive selection of colors and textures for our carpeting as well.
Hardwood – Hardwood flooring adds a sense of elegance to your home. We carry a wide range of wood species, giving you plenty of options when it comes to textures, colors and durability of the wood.
Laminate – An affordable option that also gives you some design capabilities is laminate flooring. Like vinyl flooring, laminate can mimic the look of wood floors and tile – but at a fraction of the cost.
Ceramic/Porcelain Tile – Tile flooring is a durable option for you. This is a popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms, mainly because it is extremely easy to clean if anything is spilled.
Natural Stone – If you don’t really have a budget in place, going with natural stone flooring is an attractive option. Stone flooring is resilient and durable, but also adds a great deal of elegance and beauty to a room.

The next step is setting up an appointment with us to take measurements of the rooms you are looking to renovate or remodel. This will give you a more concrete idea of how long the installation will take and if the flooring you want fits into your budget. Adjustments can be made, but getting accurate measurements will help you finalize what type of flooring you purchase and get installed.

The final steps is prepping for installation, installation and cleaning up after the job is done. Depending on the size of the room and the extensiveness of the renovation, the installation process can vary in length. We know you will want the job done as quick as possible, which we will surely accommodate, but we also take our time to ensure the installation of your new floors are done right.