Callie Trevino. Floor. June 08th , 2017.
Your starter home is often your first step toward financial security because whether you stay in the home for many years and renovate it to meet your needs or roll over its equity into a larger home in the future. In either case, the floor plan of the home is a key factor in your comfort while living there and the value and desirability of the home when it finally comes time to sell it. Developing an ideal floor plan for a starter home is not a complicated process, but it does require identifying some basic needs that you cannot do without. The ideal floor plan for your family may be different than someone else’s starter floor plan, and here are a few ways to judge what is right for your particular starter home.
If you are looking to install new flooring, you want to make sure you choose a flooring material that is both durable and attractive. You have lots of choices for durable and attractive flooring materials, among them vinyl tiles. Many homeowners are choosing vinyl tiles flooring because they are long lasting, not to mention attractive. There are people who believe that if you go with this type of flooring, it will negatively affect the value of your home should you decide to sell your home and move. Chances are these people have never seen high quality vinyl tiles or if they have, the tiles were poorly installed. If it’s durable and attractive vinyl tiles you are after, it is important that they be installed the correct way.
Then again, you may look at various new home floor plans and be able to customize your own. It is your home and you’re going to spend a lot of money on it, so it is only right that you can customize it the way you want it. Why would you want it any other way? It isn’t like you are buying a home that is already built and has been established for years. You are being given the opportunity to build your home from scratch and make it everything that you need it to be. You shouldn’t expect anything less. You can contact a company that has new home floor plans already drawn up for you to purchase. Basically what you are doing is buying the rights to them since the floor plans are their ideas. It may be somewhat pricey, but can be more affordable than having customized plans drawn up.
Glazed and Unglazed Tiles. Firstly, there are glazed and unglazed tiles; the glazed tiles can be cleaned very easily and do not stain as often as unglazed tiles. All you need to do is run a mop soaked in warm water with a mild detergent solution across them from time to time. The problem with glazed tiles is that they are very smooth and therefore can be quite slippery. This is dangerous, especially if the kitchen area is prone to water spillage or if there are young children in your home. To avoid this, you could choose unglazed tiles over glazed ones. Unglazed tiles will prevent the floor from being slippery and have an aesthetically pleasing textured surface. Then again, unglazed tiles will not be as durable as glazed ones - they will be relatively more prone to damage because they are not protected by that extra layer of glazing.
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