The Boomers are staying home. According to the American Association of Retired People (AARP), 87% of Americans would like to age in place. That means they want to remain in their current homes rather than move to assisted living communities or other living options as they age.
Installing new flooring is one of the most high-impact and accessible changes you can make to your first house. As a bonus, brand-new floors can instantly provide a fresh, modern and clean living space in your previously-owned home. In today’s post, we’ll talk about our top flooring choices for your first home.
For many Americans, Halloween marks the start of the holiday season. The holidays are often filled with food, warmth, and laughter with friends and family, along with seasonal decorations inside and out. Maybe you’re someone who loves to welcome holiday visitors . . . but does your home welcome them as well? Specifically, does your entryway or foyer look and feel as welcoming as it could?
When you hear vinyl flooring, do you picture the old sheet vinyl of decades past, complete with a seam down the middle of the kitchen? Even worse, do those circa 1998 do-it-yourself peel-and-stick vinyl tiles come to mind? If so, then 2018’s vinyl flooring options will come as a pleasant surprise.