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3 types of floors you can DIY

by Philip Smith Inbound Marketing Manager

The cost of floor installation is quite high these days. Plus, you would need to work with the tiler to ensure that your floor is installed the way you wanted it. That is something that will demand you to take a day off or two or more depending on the size of the project.

However, when you do it yourself (DIY), you work as per your convenience. You don’t have to take leaves from work to get your project done. You can finish it off after work or even on weekends. Additionally, floor installation is not a rocket science. You just need to learn the basics, which you can from YouTube how-to videos, and gather the essential tiling tools.

If you are looking to build floor in your indoors, this article will give you 3 DIY-friendly materials that you can work with –

Ceramic Tile –

This is a manmade product, which comes in a wide range of colors, shapes, sizes, and surface finishes suit different projects.

These are light in weight, and they do not much care during and after installation. However, you will need to focus on tile layout.

Porcelain Tile –

This is an advanced version of ceramic tile. They are stronger, denser, and more durable than ceramic tiles. They are more expensive too. Available in a sea of colors and textures, you can use them for the flooring of almost any area of your home.

But, these tiles are also a DIY-friendly material.

Luxury Vinyl Tile –

Luxury Vinyl Tile is popularly known as LVT. And it is the cheapest flooring material today.

These tiles are available in wood effect, stone effect, metal effects, and solid colors. Their installation is different; you do not need thin set or grout to finish LVT flooring project. And you do not need a special training for this either.

Just follow the instructions given on the label, and you are ready to go. You can learn LVT floor installation from YouTube as well.

This article has been brought to you by ShadesOfStone.com, one of the trusted tile stores in US.


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