There has been a huge increase in peel-and-stick flooring. Many people love it for the price, low maintenance and easy installation. If you have never tried peel-and-stick flooring before, it can come off a little intimidating and have you asking questions like, is it worth it? I will be covering all of the pros and cons of peel and stick flooring so you can decide if this is a project that is right for you.
There are many pros to peel-and-stick flooring. The biggest pro is how easy it is to install. You can install this flooring on your own, and it will stick to many different types of surfaces, so there is no need to take out the flooring that is already installed. This is great for people who rent or simply don’t want to deal with a huge mess.
Peel and stick flooring also comes in many different patterns, colors, and realistic textures such as wood, marble and tile. You can turn your bathroom or kitchen flooring into something that looks high dollar without the high price tag. There are many different styles to choose from, and the best part is that you can swap it out very easily compared to other types of flooring.
If you have pets, peel-and-stick flooring might be something that you want to
consider. Normal hardwood and tile floor
can get dirty over time and lead to cracks or scratches with wear and tear. Vinyl peel and stick hardwood is less likely to scratch which makes it very pet friendly. Peel and stick tile comes without the grout, preventing dirt build up making it easy to clean!
A con to peel and stick flooring is that some of them are not waterproof! Most peel and stick flooring is made to be durable, but it's always best to be careful and watch out for some designs that are not waterproof. Peel and stick that isn’t waterproof and lead to it coming up easily or mold growth and we don’t want that!
Another con to peel and stick flooring is that the pattern variation won’t always be perfect. If you are particular about the small details then this job might be less beneficial for you. The overall look of the flooring looks realistic, but if you take a closer look or touch it with bare feet or hands, you will soon realize that the flooring is vinyl and not real hardwood or tile.
Now that you know the tea on peel-and-stick flooring, is this something you could consider? Do the pros outweigh the cons? If you need professional advice on flooring or anything interior Source: etsy
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