Natural stone flooring
is a choice that serious homeowners make when they're ready to commit to flooring that will stick with them through thick and thin. Just imagine knowing that this flooring installation would be your last one. With a lifespan that could easily reach 100 years with proper care and maintenance, you'll never have to worry about floor shopping again. At the same time, you'll appreciate the ultimate luxury of appearance that comes with the material, and the unrivaled durability too. You can even find some flooring that is naturally resistant to water in this line.
At Fantastic Floors, we work from our Kirkland, WA showroom to serve the areas of Redmond, Woodinville, Issaquah, Kirkland, and Bellevue. We'd love to help get your flooring project underway as well and invite you to visit us at your convenience. You'll find that we offer excellent products and services with none of the gimmicks you might have experienced before. We'll make sure you get the opportunity to browse our large supply of flooring materials with no hassle, and we'll even give you a free estimate so you'll know just what to expect.
Natural stone is a product that can really stand up to the elements so you'll get unsurpassed durability and functionality at every turn. Even if you have to have your stone of choice sealed and maintained, it is well worth it for the extensive lifespan you'll get from these materials. Sometimes even resistant to water and water damage, mold and mildew growth, and chipping and staining, you'll enjoy the original look of these floors for decades to come.
One of the best things about natural stone floors is that they aren't simply another floor covering. One of the most luxurious and timeless floorings on the market today, they're as much an investment as they are a part of your decor and everyday life. Not only will these floors increase your market value, but they will never depreciate unless you simply leave them unattended.
The process for cleaning and maintaining these floors varies, depending on which stone you've chosen. The same is true for installation. However, no matter which natural stone variety you choose, you'll want to make sure to leave this installation to the professionals. Never attempt a DIY installation unless you have previous flooring installation experience.