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Porcelain is a versatile material like no other. It looks like a fragile surface because it exudes elegance and aesthetic. It has waterproof qualities, absorption of water is almost nonexistent, making it a very impermeable and durable material.
Moreover, it is resistant to frost and fire, making it able to withstand extreme temperatures. Sunlight does not affect the quality of color, so you know upon installment, that the look of your tile will stay the same for a long time.

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Kid-proof, pet-proof, and low-maintenance LVT is flush with on-trend wood looks , is low-maintenance, requiring minimal cleaning to keep it looking fresh for years. These worry-free, easy-to-install floors don’t need any heavy lifting, so you can luxuriate in your space for years to come. One wet zone at a time, these H20-friendIy luxury vinyl tiles are redefining the conceptof worry-free floors.

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The structure of engineered wood flooring makes it a versatile hardwood option for areas where humidity and temperature could be a concern or over concrete slab or radiant heating systems. However, we still do not recommend installing engineered floors in laundry rooms or bathrooms. Scratch and dent resistance differs among wood species. The top layer of engineered flooring is wood, so hardness depends on the species. Oak, Maple and Hickory are naturally harder, so they resist dents, scratches and other signs of wear better than softer woods.

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Your surface set the foundational style of your space, which is why your walls in the right one is so important.
There are plenty of materials to choose from, like wood paneling, ceramic tiles, fabric, marble, and porcelain. Your choice of wall covering will depend on what kind of room you are working with. Somewhere with lots of humidity or moisture like a bathroom or kitchen will need  material or finish that is water and damp resistant.

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