Upgrading The Flooring In Your New Home

By Pat McKee

Flooring plays an important role in the look, feel and livability of your new home. If you are considering buying a new home and are wondering about upgrading the flooring in your new home, there are many options available. Whether you choose carpet, vinyl, tile, laminate or engineered hardwood you must keep your budget as well as your lifestyle in mind.

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Laminate flooring has come a long way over the years with some choices having the same look and feel as engineered or prefinished hardwood flooring while offering more durability at a lower cost. With the growing popularity of laminate flooring, many homebuilders are being asked about upgrading carpet and/or vinyl to laminate flooring. Since laminates can be installed on both crawl space and slab foundations, this is an available upgrade to new homebuyers. Identifying which type of flooring you want to use at the earliest opportunity in the build process will save time and money.

So what happens when you find a new home that’s still under construction or even complete? You may think you have to settle for the installed flooring or look at buying another home to get what you want. When you buy a home from McKee Homes upgrading the flooring is still an option even at the latter stages of home construction. The only concerns would be the cost of the change and the time frame in which you want to move into the home.

McKee Homes offers our new homebuyers the benefit of consulting with our Selections Coordinator at our Design Center prior to construction to personalize their new home and make interior design choices with the help of a professional. The design center has a variety of selections available to touch, see and experience, including flooring samples, kitchen and bath tile, exterior finishes, lighting and plumbing fixtures, and kitchen cabinet options. Even if a homebuyer decides on a prebuilt home, there are still many selections options that can be changed in the home before closing including upgrading floor coverings.

Laminate flooring is a great option or upgrade for your new home and will add years of beauty and enjoyment for your family.

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2 thoughts on “Upgrading The Flooring In Your New Home

  1. A good quality floor mats or carpet mats helps to protect your floor from any type of damages or dust. I have contamination control mats in my home which are very good at trapping dust.

  2. I have carpets in my home and I just don’t feel that they are working for me. It would be a lot better to have something that doesn’t accumulate dust in so prevalent a manner. Are there any flooring options that curb this issue significantly.

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