For most of your home, choosing a new floor comes down to appearance. But, that is not always the case for bathroom flooring. Johnson Carpet One Floor & Home in Duluth is your local flooring retailer, and we are here to help you choose the best floor for your bathroom. A good bathroom floor should be able to perform under stress. The types of stress bathrooms see include water and a lot of it. You should expect water everywhere in a bathroom. On the floors, on the walls, and the ceiling. Moisture will quickly ruin the wrong flooring, causing your stress and potential damage to your home. Below are a few different bathroom flooring options we offer. Continue reading to learn more.
Tile is hands down one of the best flooring options for bathrooms. You can install both porcelain and ceramic in a bathroom; however porcelain is waterproof where ceramic tile is not. Porcelain is part of the general ceramic tile family with one slight difference: water absorption rate. If you are installing tile in a half bath or powder room, you can go with ceramic tile. There are so many different types of ceramic tiles to choose from, and you can even choose some that look like real wood! Our tile selection comes in a variety of options including different shapes, sizes and more. We even solve the problem of having cold feet on tile with our radiant heat systems! Now you can walk on cozy warm tile floors any time of the day and year!
Luxury vinyl flooring is not just functional but is also fashionable. Our selection includes waterproof planks and tiles the come in different sizes depending on the look you are trying to achieve. Since these floors are such a popular option, they come in thousands of different design options. Luxury vinyl flooring is cost-effective compared to other natural flooring options like hardwood. We have styles that are 100% waterproof and can handle the everyday stress of a bathroom. They are easy to install, replace, and maintain. You can even choose to install a radiant heat system under luxury vinyl flooring, too!
If you are looking to change the flooring in your bathroom, make sure you stop by our showroom to check out our selection!
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