Choosing wholesale flooring for a new home
The first thing homeowners typically want to do upon purchasing a fixer-upper is install new wholesale flooring. However, there are a few rules to keep in mind when shopping for floors for various living spaces.
First, discount hardwood floors should be avoided in areas with moisture, such as bathrooms and kitchens. Over time, spills can damage the wood and cause permanent stains. Wholesale laminate or tile is ideal for living spaces that are prone to liquid accidents.
Next, homeowners should consider installing thick wholesale carpet in high-traffic rooms, while opting for a thinner version in rarely-used living spaces. This can help the flooring hold up to wear and tear over time.
In any case, homeowners should be prepared to take proper care of their wholesale flooring over time. For instance, furniture pads should be used on hardwood floors prior to moving. Sweeping and vacuuming is a must to keep debris from causing unwanted scratches.
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