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Flooring for Your Rental Property Part 1

Whether you are building a home or renovating a pre-existing home for rent, you need to choose your flooring carefully. As with most home materials, the most expensive option isn’t always the best one. In the next few blogs, we will give you some pro tips for selecting the right flooring for your property.

When you sit down to decide which flooring to buy, you will want to consider three factors:

  1. The property’s location
  2. The property’s value
  3. The room’s function

The Property’s Location

  • Many people forget this factor when choosing a floor. While you can have whatever floor you want, certain types will work better in certain areas of the U.S.
  • For instance, if the location is humid and warm all year, hardwood can be a problem. Hardwood floors tend to absorb moisture and expand, which creates bubbles and cracks.
  • Carpet can also be a problem in humid climates. It keeps heat in the room and acts as a home for mildew and mold.
  • If you live in a cooler climate, wood floors can make a room feel colder. You will want to make sure you put rugs down to keep the residents warm.

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