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Are Hardwood Floors Right for Bedrooms?

Hardwood Floors in BedroomsHave you ever wanted hardwood floors throughout your entire house? Installing hardwood flooring in every room is a huge home remodeling undertaking, so you want to make sure it’s the right decision before committing. After all, how many homeowners have hardwood floors installed in their bedrooms? The answer: more than you might think. That still doesn’t mean it’s the right option for you, your family, and your home, however. There are several factors you should consider before hiring a contractor to install hardwood floors throughout your entire home. Read through the following advantages and disadvantages of having hardwood in your bedrooms before making your final decision.

1. Advantages of Hardwood Floors in Bedrooms

Hardwood flooring, no matter where it’s installed, is beautiful. Without a doubt, hardwood will enhance the overall aesthetic of your home, adding a sense of warmth to every room.

Durability is also an important factor. Many homeowners choose hardwood floors for bathroom and kitchen updates because they trust that the upgrade will last a long, long time. Hardwood is also much easier to clean than many people fear.

Another reason to consider having hardwood floors installed in your bedrooms is to add an element of cohesion in your home. This is especially true if you’ve already incorporated hardwood into previous home, kitchen, and bathroom remodels.

2. Disadvantages of Hardwood Floors in Bedrooms

If you have pets that are allowed in your home’s bedrooms, this can be a problem. Long nails can damage hardwood floors. If, however, you keep your pet’s nails trimmed short this can be easily avoided.

Homeowners with two stories sometimes have issues with noise after installing hardwood floors in their upstairs bedrooms. The sound of footsteps is often amplified and, overtime, you may have to deal with creaking floor boards.

Another disadvantage to installing hardwood floors in your bedrooms is the cost. While hardwood is beautiful, it’s also more expensive than other options. Make sure you assess your budget carefully before making your final decision.

Want Hardwood Floors Installed in Your Bedrooms?

Are hardwood floors right for your bedrooms? If so, contact DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Elizabethtown, Hershey, Mount Joy, Lancaster, and Harrisburg to ask about our free consultation offer; call (717) 340-9330 today to set up an appointment.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

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