If you’re thinking of upgrading your kitchen area, have you considered a new kitchen floor? Your kitchen is an area where you go to share a meal with our loved ones, where families and friends gather, and a place where incredible memories are made. A beautiful kitchen can make all the difference in terms of house your home as a whole looks. Even a simple floor remodel can make a world of difference and can go a long way. 


When looking for a new, inexpensive kitchen floor, we recommend making sure:

  • It’s either DIY-friendly
  • Research companies like A1 Carpet and have professional installation 
  • It’s durable and easy to install


Durability: The cost of replacing floors is extra money you don’t want to spend, so you want a floor that can withstand foot traffic and lasts at least decades! Start with a flooring that’s durable so you can love it longer. Your new kitchen floor affects every other element of your design and with a variety of materials, the choices are nearly endless!


Top choices for durable flooring are:

  • Stone or Tile – It is an excellent choice for heavy traffic areas. Ceramic tile is known for its durability and it’s available in assorted colors and styles for decorative designs.
  • Limestone – A natural stone that offers an old time look. *This porous material must be sealed upon installation and then twice a year.  
  • Cork – It’s durable and versatile. Cork is water-resistant and reduces impact noise. 


A Luxurious Look That’s Affordable 

There is a rise and want for low-maintenance, wood-like kitchen floors. The reason why many want wood floors is because they give off an elegant look. While hardwood is beautiful and used in many residential kitchens, it can easily be damaged from exposure to moisture. Fortunately, tile companies offer materials more suited to the kitchen environment. 

Wood Floor Alternatives To Complete Your New Kitchen Floor


  1. Laminate Flooring – It’s stain resistant and won’t discolor from exposure to sunlight, and it resists abrasion, which is important in high-traffic areas like your kitchen. Laminate flooring is easy to clean and doesn’t hold onto debris, such as animal hair, making it a popular flooring choice for pet owners.


  1. Vinyl Flooring – One of the most durable kitchen floor options out there is Vinyl Flooring. It’s inexpensive, resistant to moisture, easy to clean and comes in a variety of patterns and colors that you can choose from. You‘re guaranteed to find one that goes well with your theme or design.


  1. Ceramic Or Porcelain Tile – This flooring is not just for bathrooms; they make stunning kitchen floors. Modern designs even include wood-like patterns and colors, giving you that appearance of hardwood without the maintenance and moisture concerns.
  • Water resistance –  most porcelain tiles are considered waterproof.
  • Hygienic – these tiles don’t easily retain dust, antigens or allergens
  • Easy to maintain and clean
  • Versatile in terms of color, texture and size
  • Cost-effective