G&R Builders: Installing High-Quality Kitchen Flooring Throughout Greater Houston
G&R Builders is the premier provider of home construction and remodeling services in the Houston area. From Spring and Magnolia to Tomball and The Woodlands, we have helped countless homeowners improve the most important room in their house with custom kitchen flooring design and installation. If you're considering investing in new flooring for your kitchen, the team at G&R Builders is here to help.
Reach out to us and make an appointment for a free consultation today. We'll send out one of our designers to evaluate your space, discuss your requirements, and help you take the first steps toward a brand new kitchen.
Premium Kitchen Flooring to Suit Any Budget
Flooring is one of the most important aspects of any kitchen remodel, but it can also be a separate undertaking to add to an already-finished design. Of course, there are many of different styles, textures, patterns, and materials to choose from. And since it's often overwhelming for our clients to envision exactly what they want, the team at G&R Builders works hard to simplify the process.
Whatever your budget, we are committed to providing the best possible solutions. Call us today to discuss your new kitchen upgrade. The sooner you start, the sooner you and your family can enjoy the new space!
Looking to Go Beyond Flooring?
Designing the perfect kitchen is no easy task. After all, there are many things to consider before a single contractor arrives on the scene. That's why we ask all of our customers to consider a few very important questions before they contact the G&R design team. For instance:
- Are you trying to create more space for your family, increase the value of your home, or a combination of the two?
- What sort of kitchen styles resonate with you?
- Are you interested in changing the floor plan of your kitchen at all?
- Is your current space large enough to meet your needs?
- Do you want to replace the kitchen cabinets? If so, would you prefer custom or prefab?
Trust us: asking the right questions ahead of time is key to getting exactly what you want from your designer. From the elegant to the energetic, the classic to the contemporary, we can bring any idea you might have to life (but only as long as we have the right input)!
The Top Questions to Ask Your Kitchen Flooring
There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing flooring for your kitchen. First, you'll want to think about durability. The kitchen is a high-traffic area, so you'll need a material that can withstand a lot of wear and tear. Second, you'll want to consider ease of cleanup. spills and messes are inevitable in the kitchen, so you'll want a flooring option that is easy to wipe up or mop. Third, you'll want to take into account the overall style of your home - you may want your kitchen flooring to match the rest of your house, or you may want it to be a focal point.
There are a few things to consider when deciding whether or not to put flooring under kitchen cabinets. First, it's important to think about the function of the kitchen cabinets. If they're mostly used for storage and don't get a lot of wear and tear, then you may not need to worry about putting flooring underneath them. However, if the kitchen cabinets are used frequently for preparation or cooking, it's important to have flooring underneath them to protect the floor from scratches, stains, and other damage.
It depends on the quality of the vinyl and laminate. Vinyl is usually cheaper, but there can be a large range in quality. The best vinyl will typically be more expensive than the highest quality laminate. However, there are also many low-quality versions of both materials that are much less expensive than the high-quality options. So it really depends on what you're looking for.
Tile is better for kitchens because it is durable and easy to clean. Vinyl is also durable, but it can be difficult to clean if liquid or food spills on it. Additionally, tile does not absorb liquid like vinyl does, so it is less likely to harbor bacteria.
There are a variety of factors to consider when choosing a scratch resistant flooring, including the type of material, the hardness of the surface, and the grain pattern.
Some of the most popular scratch resistant flooring options include marble, granite, porcelain tile, and laminate. Marble and granite are both very hard materials that can resist scratches from high heels or pet claws. Porcelain tile is also a very hard surface that is highly resistant to scratching. Laminate flooring has a tough protective layer that helps resist scratching and scuffing.