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Nufloors Camrose

#3 3810 48th Avenue Camrose, AB T4V 3Z8

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8202 Fraser Avenue, Fort McMurray, AB T9H 1W8

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#101, 13501-100 Street Grande Prairie, AB T8V 4H4

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9302 100th Street LaCrete, AB T0H 2H0

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502 D Maple Avenue SE Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3A8

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7711 50th Avenue, Red Deer, AB, Canada

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192 2181 Premier Way Sherwood Park, AB T8H 2V1

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201 4 Avenue Northwest, Slave Lake, AB, Canada

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Nufloors Castlegar

4370 Minto Road Castlegar, BC V1N 4B3

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2920-A Moray Avenue Courtenay, BC V9N 7S7

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1518 Northwest Blvd. Creston, BC V0B 1G6

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391 1 Avenue Fernie, BC V0B 1M0

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834 Laval Crescent Kamloops, BC V2C 5P3

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1-2121 Springfield Road Kelowna, BC V1Y 7X1

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1612 Northfield Road Nanaimo, BC V9S 3A7

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101 1397 Fairview Road Penticton, BC V2A 6A1

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162 Front Street Quesnel, BC V2J 2K1

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775 Lakeshore Drive S.W. Salmon Arm, BC V1E 1E4

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4730 Keith Avenue Terrace, BC V8G 4K1

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102 4708 34th Street Vernon, BC V1T 5Y9

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4-1726 Byland Road,West Kelowna, BC, V1Z 1A9

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Nufloors Simcoe

41 Park Road Simcoe, ON N3Y 4J9

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Nufloors Saskatoon

402 48 Street East Saskatoon, SK S7K 5T9

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Increase the Value of Your Home with New Floors

If you are putting your home on the market you may want to consider what shape your floors are in and whether it is time to replace them. You may be thinking, why would I spend money on new floors that I won’t get to enjoy? The answer is the return on investment.

Flooring plays a large role in the home. It sets the style and design of the space while taking a beating from traffic and everyday wear and tear. Thanks to Pinterest and Instagram, homeowners have so many avenues to pull inspiration from and create their dream home. When they are on the market shopping for a new home you better believe they are keeping their eyes peeled for the perfect Jillian Harris inspired home.

If you are motivated to get the most money out of your property this is the blog for you. We are sharing 5 tips to get the most out of this smart investment. Set your home apart from the rest and invest in beautiful new floors.

1. Hardwood is King

Hardwood has proven to stand the test of time thanks to its natural beauty and timeless style. Because of this, it is highly sought after for new homebuyers. If you are looking to get the most bang for your buck, hardwood floors are your go to.

“A survey of real estate agents concluded that homes with wood floors sell faster and for more money than homes without wood floors. The survey further concluded that the increase could be as much as 10% more, which is a significant increase in overall home value.”National Wood Flooring Association, 2020

Source: Mohawk Flooring

2. Budget Wood Look Floors

If hardwood is out of your budget do not fret. Luxury Vinyl’s and laminates have come so far in recent years, you can hardly tell the difference between these materials and hardwood. Homeowners have more options and styles than ever before. Plus, these materials are highly durable and easy to care for, attributes any homeowner would appreciate.

Source: Shaw Floors

3. Practicality

The look of the floor is important but don’t forget to think about the everyday use and practicality of the floor you select. Every room in your house serves a different purpose and for that reason, a different type of flooring may be required. For instance, wood floors are not suited in high humidity and moisture prone areas so avoid all hardwoods for basement and bathroom installations. Kitchens, entryways and hallways experience a lot of foot traffic and may require a more durable material.

Source: Beaulieu Canada

4. Colour Selection

It is best to play it on the safer side here but that also does not mean you’re limited to traditional brown hardwood. Select colours that have a wide appeal but also fit into your homes style. Trends and fads are always changing, even in the world of flooring, so you don’t want to go with something too unique and personal to your style. Appeal to the masses and keep an eye on what is current in interior design.

5. Flow from Room to Room

Make sure you think about the big picture and how your flooring flows from room to room. Buyers don’t want to see a patchwork of colours and finishes. They also do not want to see one colour flooring in the entryway and a completely different colour of flooring in your dining room and living room. If you have to colour match, do your best to get them as close as you can.

Source: Mannington
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