There are many things to consider when choosing a flooring option for your laundry room. This includes the comfort, aesthetic appeal, and functionality that the flooring can offer. In addition to that, you should also ensure that the laundry room floor is able to resist moisture damage. Below are some of the best flooring options that you can consider for your laundry room. These will help you to create a warm and attractive space that is durable as well as comfortable.
Sheet Vinyl Flooring
Sheet vinyl flooring gives you a moisture-proof floor covering without any seams. You can get the best results with this flooring option if your laundry room is less than 12 feet wide. It comes with a thermoplastic rubber wall base as well, to add to the comfort. Installing sheet vinyl flooring is also very easy, but you will need to hire bathroom remodeling contractors if you have a big laundry room.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Luxury vinyl flooring gives you the classy appearance of wooden floors, but with top-notch waterproof properties. You can get luxury vinyl flooring with a solid core in up to 7 mm thickness. It is one of the most affordable flooring options out there and installing the flooring is simple as well. You just need to ensure that the boards on all the four sides are seamed tightly so that the flooring stays waterproof.
Ceramic Tile Flooring
Ceramic tile flooring is the go-to option for bathroom and kitchen spaces due to its high durability and resistance against moisture. It is easy to clean and maintain as well, which makes ceramic tile flooring a good option for laundry rooms. The only drawback is that the flooring can feel a bit hard on your feet if you stand on it for long periods. Besides, it can be inherently cold as well, so you may want radiant heating to eliminate that.
Concrete flooring is the best choice for those who need a rigid and long-lasting floor in their laundry room. You can add to the appeal of your concrete floor by etching, painting, or staining it. Concrete is easy to clean and maintain, and can last for decades with minimal upkeep. To create a softer surface, you can throw in a rug in the laundry room. It will also make the floor feel warmer under bare feet.
Aside from these flooring options, you can also go for laminate or engineered wood for your laundry room. Consult with a bathroom remodeling contractor to see which one will suit your space in the best way.
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