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Is your home located near the beach? Are cold floors giving you the chills? The simple truth is that not all flooring suits every environment.

Since flooring is a significant investment, it is a wise decision to invest in a floor that will hold up, irrespective of the weather. The Reno Superstore encourages its customers to prioritize their needs and purchase their flooring accordingly.

Wondering what kind of flooring suits your home? Then, let’s discuss the best flooring products for each kind of climate.

Top Flooring Options for Cold Climates

Freezing temperatures require comfortable flooring to help you avoid cold shocks and ones that can accommodate radiant heating. So, if you are looking for floors that fit these expectations, here’s what you are best off installing.

1. Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Looking for affordable and comfortable flooring that doesn’t compromise on style? Vinyl flooring is an excellent contender. Luxury vinyl is particularly durable and does not expand or contract as the temperature dips.

Compared to hardwood, embossed vinyl warms up faster and is much more comfortable. A layer of insulated cork or foam adds further warmth. Certain types of luxury vinyl also allows for radiant heating. Ask your contractor about the product before installation, or speak to the experts at The Reno Superstore to figure out the most suitable option for your space.

2. Carpet Flooring
Want to add a cozy touch to your space? Carpets are natural insulators that work very well in colder climates. Of course, the thickness of the carpet is directly related to its thermal insulation, so the denser it is, the warmer your space will be.

Carpets are best suited to high-traffic areas, so you can install them in the busiest areas of your home or office with confidence. It is a quick and affordable solution for renters but doesn’t add value to your property.

3. Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Another good choice for cold climates, engineered hardwood is designed to withstand temperature fluctuations better than hardwood floors. They are long-lasting and a good investment in your property.

If you are planning to install radiant heating, ask your contractor if engineered floors are suitable for your home.

4. Tile Flooring
Tiles remain cold through the winter months but are an excellent long-term option if you are planning to install radiant heating. Plus, you can choose from many designs and patterns to turn your floors into works of art. Explore a stunning collection of affordable tile flooring at The Reno Superstore.

Also, tiles are easy to clean which comes in handy when someone tracks in mud on their boots. If you want a detailed guide on cleaning your floors the right way, read it right here.

Top Flooring Options for Humid Climates

Top Flooring Options for Humid Climates

When it comes to humid climates, selecting the right flooring material requires special attention in order to avoid damaging your subfloor. Have a look at the flooring options best suited for such environments.

1. Tile Flooring
Waterproof and highly moisture-resistant, tile floors are the best choice to fight humidity. This includes coastal regions as well as areas such as bathrooms, kitchens, and basements. Choose porcelain tiles for better moisture resistance than ceramic tiles.

However, it is important to note that tile flooring requires professional installation for the best results. Improper or subpar installation may result in water seepage and damage to floors and walls where it is installed.

2. Vinyl Flooring
Easy to maintain and 100% waterproof, vinyl flooring is ideal for areas of high humidity. Also, there are so many designs to choose from that you are never short of options.

The low price point is another reason why most renters prefer vinyl. If you are planning to install it in mudrooms or kitchens, this option will work well.

3. Specific Wood Flooring
Generally, solid wood shrinks and is prone to damage when exposed to moisture. But if you have always wanted solid hardwood flooring in your beach house, there are certain species that withstand humidity better than others. Look for American beech, Western Australian mahogany, and hickory. With proper care they make great outdoor as well as indoor floors in a humid climate.

Top Flooring Options for Dry Climates

Top Flooring Options for Dry Climates

Dry climates can damage your floors, so it’s best to install these kinds of flooring to avoid future issues.

1. Solid Hardwood Flooring
Solid hardwood floors are an excellent choice for this type of weather. If you are planning to upgrade your floors, then there is a wide variety of wood species from which to choose. Not only do they look great, but they increase your property value. Have a look right here at our solid wood collection at The Reno Superstore.

Use heavy curtains to protect solid hardwood floors from direct sunlight as it may cause fading.

2. Laminate Flooring
Laminate flooring is an affordable and durable option for dry areas. The best part is that it resembles hardwood but offers better resistance. Easy to clean and install, it is a great choice for a quick fix.

3. Stone Flooring
Marble, granite… No matter which stone you choose, these floors adds so much character to a space. They are extremely durable and work well in a variety of environments within your home. They can be expensive, but pay off in the long run.

The best part is that they are great for high-traffic areas and equally suit indoor and outdoor environments.

Choosing the right flooring is one of the most critical decisions you have to make when it comes to your home decor. So, if you need help, the professionals at The Reno Superstore are at your service seven days a week. From choosing floors (at the best prices) to top-notch installation, we offer it all. Get in touch with us and get started on your dream project today.

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