What flooring adds value to a home?

What flooring adds value to a home?

You'll probably wonder what adds the most value when shopping for new floors. But, of course, it doesn't matter whether you're considering selling or planning to stay!

Generally, hard surfaces like wood, stone, or tile will increase property assessments. Hardwood, in particular, gives the highest ROI.

Hardwood and value

As reflected in your assessment, you will see 70% to 80% of your initial cost of the floors. Potential buyers often pay up to 2.5% more for a home with wood flooring.

The visual appeal alone will make a home sell faster and easier!

Hardwood adds warmth and charm to a room. Our flooring store recommends it because it's durable, easy to care for, and versatile enough to work with any decor.

It also lasts for decades without costly repairs or replacement. You'll see collections from Bruce, Hallmark, and more.

Tile: sophistication, style, and value

The ROI won’t be as high as hardwood. Many, however, will be attracted to the tile's visual architectural appeal.

An extraordinary number of designs, styles, shapes, and sizes exist. You can even have realistic looks of wood and stone. You'll see collections from Daltile, Marazzi, and Ragno USA at our flooring company.

It's especially ideal for wet, heavily trafficked areas like the kitchen because it's durable, water-resistant, and easy to clean. Kitchens were once recognized as an essential room in the house; this gives you both aesthetics and function.

The bottom line for selling

Today's buyer wants something move-in ready. The buyer doesn't want to remodel or replace.

Keep your new floors in good shape. There shouldn't be any chips, frays, stains, or scratches,

Our flooring company is number one in service!

And Jim Stellabuto’s Everything Under Foot wants you to experience that, too! Founded over 30 years ago, we'll help you choose the right flooring for your style and needs.

Visit us in Dubois, PA, where you'll also see wood brands, especially if you live or work in Reynoldsville, Rockton, Brockway, Emporium, Wilcox, Kane, Philipsburg, Punxsutawney, or Clarion. You'll be glad you came in!