Spring is here and often the motivation for some deep cleaning comes with the warmer weather and longer, sunny days. Keeping your floors clean and fresh-looking can be a daunting task. Certain types of flooring can be harder to keep clean and may be easier to damage. If you’re struggling with maintenance in your home or business it may be time to consider some new easy to clean options.

It Might Be Time For An Update

Maybe you’ve been noticing your floors are looking a little dingy. You may have noticed stains, chips, cracks, or scratches. Spring is a great time to do a kitchen renovation or bathroom remodel to freshen up the look of your home. Of course, you don’t want the same upkeep issues of the past.

Low-Maintenance Floors For Home

Low maintenance flooring usually just needs a broom or a mop. Some options, such as slate, granite, ceramic, and concrete, can be sealed to prevent water damage and stains. If you’re tired of all the work that goes into maintaining your current flooring, here are some durable, low-maintenance alternatives.

From natural stone to warm woods, your choice will probably reflect the feel your going for and the room your updating or remodeling.

  • Vinyl & Linoleum
  • Ceramic, Slate & Granite Tiles
  • Sealed Concrete
  • Natural Stone
  • Laminate, Bamboo & Wood

Keeping Your Business Clean During COVID-19

Thanks to the pandemic, these days people are more and more aware of the cleanliness or at least the perceived cleanliness of their environments. Even if the floors of your business are cleaned regularly, if they have stains or built-up grime, it can be a deterrent for clients.

New, low maintenance flooring that is hygienic, and sealed properly (if needed), won’t likely hold stains and will be easier to keep clean. Your clients will feel safer and more comfortable at your place of business.

Save Time With New Floors This Spring

It is possible to have flooring that is easy to clean, durable, and is also aesthetically appealing. If you’re looking to do some remodeling in your home or business, call Cypress Design & Build in Monterey County, CA for your new floor installation. Our design team will help you choose just the right flooring that is not only easy to maintain but beautiful in appearance.

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