The Best Options for Kitchen Flooring Melbourne

The kitchen has evolved into the heart of the modern house, serving as a cooking area and as a gathering place for family, guests, and friends, and a hub of activity. It is critical that the floor in today's kitchen be able to endure heavy foot activity and the inevitable spills and splatters that will inevitably occur. It also needs to be in keeping with your unique style and within your budget.

Conciliating these requirements can be challenging, so we've put together this guide to help you end up with nothing but the most excellent kitchen flooring for you and your household. Continue reading to learn about the most crucial characteristics of kitchen flooring Melbourne and which selections are most appropriate.

Sheet vinyl. Colors and patterns for sheet vinyl can be found in a wide range of options. The greater the thickness of the vinyl, the more durable and pricey it is. Expect to pay between $.50 and $15 per square foot, depending on the quality of the material. Professional installation will increase the cost per square foot by an additional $3 to $5. A professional installation is suggested since the vinyl sheet must be precisely cut to fit the exact measurements of the space before being properly attached and rolled with a powerful press to prevent air bubbles in the finished product.

Porcelain tile. It is the ultimate in long-term durability and is challenging to beat. Even though porcelain has a similar appearance to ceramic, it is fired at higher temperatures, making it more challenging and resistant to breakage. A range of sizes and forms are available, ranging from six-inch squares to 18-inch planks that look and feel like hardwood. Porcelain, like other hard flooring surfaces, can be slippery when wet, and it is exceedingly complex, so any glasses or plates that fall on it are likely to shatter.

Engineered vinyl planks. The flooring ranges from $7 to $10 per square foot and comes with detailed installation instructions. If you choose to have it installed by our team, you should expect to pay an additional $5 to $10 per square foot in additional costs. In contrast to many other flooring options, such as sheet vinyl or tile, EVP can be put directly over existing tile, concrete, or linoleum surfaces without the need for subflooring.

Stone tile. Depending on the type of stone you plan on getting, you'll pay anywhere from $8 to $20 per square foot. You will also need to budget an additional $7 to $15 per square foot for professional installation. Because of the unique underlayment and thin-set mortar that must be used, it is highly suggested that you hire a professional tile setter. It is possible that even minor differences in the thickness of the mortar, or the inability to use the right product, will result in stone tiles coming off.

Cork flooring. This flooring, made of ground-up cork blended with resins and compressed into firm tiles, is available in various gray, tan, and brown hues to complement any decor. Although cork flooring might slump under the legs of heavy appliances, the depressions will eventually restore to their normal state with time. This floor is comfortable to walk on and has a little spring to it. It has a low sound transmission rate, making it an excellent choice for homes with a living room beneath the kitchen.

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