Wood flooring is widely used in homes and commercial spaces throughout the world, and there are many different types and styles available. Choosing one for your home not only depends on your tastes and the décor of the property, it is also hugely affected by your budget.
For those with plenty of money to invest in their homes, hardwood flooring is the way forward. It can even be worth saving up for hardwood flooring, or even spending a little more than you intended in order to get it, because it offers so many benefits.
As well as its naturally beautiful aesthetic appeal, an authentic hardwood floor is also guaranteed to last you far longer than many other flooring materials. Oak hardwood flooring, in particular, is known for being strong, durable and incredibly long-lasting (provided it is well-maintained), so it can be seen as a sound investment that will serve your family well for decades.
A more affordable option that offers similar levels of quality is engineered wood flooring, a material made by layering and bonding wood together in such a way that it creates stable wooden planks.
The most budget-friendly flooring solution you can go for is laminate flooring, a synthetic solution that nonetheless offers a good resemblance of real wood flooring.