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Wood vs. ceramic kitchen floors

It’s important to research before choosing a floor for your kitchen. Hardwood floors and ceramic tile are both popular kitchen flooring options. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks.

A hardwood floor is better to stand on for long periods of time when you are cooking. However, wood is more easily stained and it’s easier to keep tiles looking clean and new. Both types of flooring are durable and long-lasting, and can be water-resistant. Either have the ability to be heated.

It’s important also to take the look and feel of your kitchen into account. Ultimately, no matter what you choose, ElmWood Flooring can help you make sure that you’ve installed the best floors possible.

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