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Most-Commented Flooring You Should Know in Singapore

What type of floor first comes to mind when you want to renovate the space, is it tiles, marble, timber or vinyl flooring? Nowadays probably you will hear people discussing most of the pros and cons of vinyl and tiles flooring because these two materials have been well known in the market due to the various colours and designs available and are also cost-effective compared to Timber and Marble flooring.  Although tiles have a long history according to a recent survey more and more Singaporean are willing to use vinyl instead,  the point besides cost, vinyl is very fast to install and easy to maintain also because the warmer texture makes people tend to choose vinyl to ease the concern of developing arthritis, especially for those households who have elderly and young children. We believe with the quickening pace of people’s lives, the younger generation will prefer more efficient and easy maintenance flooring.

The Best Flooring People Want

The Best Flooring People Want

The best flooring people want is the one that not only looks good but is also durable, easy to maintain and meets their budget. They also want it to be a natural product that will not harm their health or the environment. Comfort is a priority for most homeowners as well.

The type of flooring you choose will depend on your needs and what your budget allows you to afford. But there are some factors that should be considered before making this decision.  Sustainable and natural flooring products with a focus on quality and longevity is always a pursue of people, that is why quite a number of people still looking for natural products like wood and marble flooring,

Trending Flooring Options for HDB, Condo, and Landed Property

Most of the new HDB (BTO) households in Singapore will not choose tiles but do the cement screeding, self-levelling compound and vinyl flooring, the reason is obvious that the HDB has to deal with the expansion and contraction of tiles which causes them to pop up. These tiles are made out of ceramic or porcelain, which means that they are more brittle than other types of flooring materials like stone or marble. This means that when there is a change in temperature, these tiles will expand and contract at different rates, thus causing them to pop up from time to time.

With the rise of urbanization, more and more people are moving to condominiums and landed properties. One of the major concerns of these residents is how to make their new homes feel like home. With so many options in flooring, it can be difficult to find the perfect one that satisfies your needs.

When it comes to choosing a condo or landed property, you need to consider what kind of flooring you want for your future home. There are many different materials that can be used for condo and landed property floors. The most popular ones are solid wood, traditional engineered timber, laminate and vinyl. Solid wood is usually more expensive than traditional engineered timber but it will last longer and give a warmer feeling in your home. Laminate is cheaper but it will not last as long as solid wood does.

It is difficult to find a flooring material that will simultaneously add warmth and elegance to a room, with its own unique features. Find out which one might be better for you.

Towards Future Flooring-Hybrid Engineering Wood Floor

Wood flooring has always been a popular choice for those who are looking for something that is durable, elegant and timeless. But, with the rise of technology and the new innovations in the world, it is becoming increasingly difficult to choose between a traditional hardwood floor or a new-age hybrid engineered wood floor.

The main difference between these two types of floors is that hybrid engineered wood floors can be installed over existing surfaces such as tile or concrete. They come in many different designs and finishes so they are perfect for any property type. They also have many advantages over traditional solid wood floors such as being water-resistant empty termite and easy to install with their click system, a premium size of oak surface (165x1200x8mm) which you will never see for solid timber flooring, which is why hybrid engineered wood flooring will bring extreme comfort and luxury appearance of timber to your home.

Towards to Future FlooringHybrid Engineering Wood Floor, is a new technology that combines natural oak surface with stonecrop, which can be customized with different colours and effects. The floor is also soundproof.

The flooring-hybrid engineering wood floor is a new type of environmentally friendly flooring, which combines the natural oak surface and stonecrop. It offers many advantages over traditional vinyl floors: it’s customizable in terms of colour and effect; it has an underlay that offers soundproof function when you walk on it; it has a natural feel than vinyl floors, and it’s more environmentally friendly than vinyl floors.

The future of flooring is hybrid engineering wood floors which combine the benefits of both hardwood and vinyl floors.