Floors aren’t just the foundation of your room’s design and aesthetic – they’re a big part of your space’s functionality. Our flooring experts are here to help you understand what you need from your floors, as well as which material best suits each bathroom and kitchen.
From laminate to tile, carpet to hardwoods, each style of flooring has its own benefits and drawbacks. It’s important for you to know which material will give you the feel and function you need – especially when it comes to kitchen and bath flooring. As you begin a room renovation, reach out to our South Orange County flooring services for advice and guidance.
Our OMG Kitchen and Bathroom team doesn’t just advise – we oversee your entire flooring project from start to finish. We’ll walk you through the process of choosing bathroom or kitchen flooring materials, then acquire them and install your floors for an affordable price.
We’ve been remodeling kitchens and bathrooms in Orange County for more than two decades. Along the way, we’ve learned a thing or two about the best kinds of floors for these high-traffic rooms. Allow us to share this knowledge, as well as our access to the latest and greatest flooring techniques.
But first things first: which kind of floor is right for you?
This is the original hardwood knock-off. Laminate is often used to give kitchens the feel of wood floors, but in reality, it’s an inexpensive “wood-like” material. We often recommend laminate floors to home and business owners that want a warm, wood feel without the heavy price tag. At first glance, the untrained eye won’t be able to tell the difference between real wood and laminate.
When it comes to durability, there’s usually not a better choice for kitchen and bath flooring than tile. We recommend porcelain tile to many South Orange County homeowners and businesses. It’s easy to clean, customize, and acquire. Additionally, tile flooring is generally a more affordable option than hardwoods. Some tile even comes in planks that look like wood, but that are cheaper to purchase and install.
Any flooring expert will tell you that hardwoods are a timeless, popular choice for any room in your South Orange County home – especially the kitchen. Wood floors are warm and easy to walk on, but also relatively resistant to stains and scratches. However, they do require regular maintenance and are expensive to install and replace.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
If you’re working with a tight design budget, vinyl is a great choice for kitchen and bath flooring. Not only does it come in a wide range of colors and designs, but it’s also waterproof – a huge bonus for these rooms that are often subjected to spills and leaks. Although tile is also waterproof, vinyl floors are softer on the feet while standing for long periods of time.