Floor coverings for the kitchen - Top 5
Floor coverings for the kitchen should be easy to care for. Just as important are the appearance and material of the flooring, which should be suitable for furnishing.
When buying a new kitchen, it is time to renew the flooring. The old kitchen floor has become unsightly over the years. In general, it is easier to choose first the floor and then the matching kitchen. A floor covering in the kitchen has to endure a lot. Hot splatters of grease, water or broken glass are nothing unusual in the kitchen.
Linoleum - easy care and hard-wearing
Linoleum consists of linseed oil and all-natural ingredients such as natural resin, cork or wood flour. It gives the floor a pleasant and soft feeling of kicking. For the kitchen, this Bodenblag is ideally suited because linoleum is easy to clean and color-stable. By completely sticking no moisture enters the soil. Meanwhile, there are also linoleum tiles on the market. Laying is done floating, by simply plugging together.
Linoleum laying: what does it cost?
These and many other questions we answer in our price radar around the topic of linoleum.
PVC - reasonably priced floor coverings
Ideal for rental apartments are PVC floor coverings. They are easy to lay and cut into the right shape. In addition, PVC is very easy to care for. There is the right design for every taste, for example in tile or laminate look. In comparison with other floor coverings, PVC is reasonably priced to purchase.
Laying PVC: what does it cost?
These and many other questions we answer in our price radar around the topic of PVC flooring.
Tiles for the Kitchen - setting accents
Whether round or angular, single-colored or with décor, tiles can definitely become an eye-catcher in the kitchen. For laying on the kitchen floor glazed tiles are suitable because they are less sensitive and easy to care for. Tiles made of marble definitely need a surface seal, because possibly juice or fat splashes on the surface quickly leave unsightly stains. A warm atmosphere creates tiles in wood look.
Laminate - easy to handle
Laminate for the kitchen is quite possible because it is hard-wearing and heat-resistant. With the laying of special moisture-proof laminate, the kitchen is on the right side. Also important in the wet room area is the water-repellent edge seal. With these considerations, it is safe to use laminate in the kitchen.
Laying laminate: what does it cost?more
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Wood parquet creates a healthy indoor climate
Wood is a living material. For the heavily used kitchen area, wood such as ash, oak or beech is recommended. In the kitchen area, the parquet should be correspondingly multi-layered or a solid parquet. These meet the daily requirements in the kitchen. Parquet in the kitchen area is durable, easy-care and insensitive. Wooden floors radiate warmth and naturalness. That's why wood parquet is ideal for modern kitchens with open living areas. If the surface looks worn over the years, you can sand it off and re-seal it.
Laying parquet: what does it cost?more
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Flooring - the right one for everyone
The kitchen is more than just a place to cook. In this room, quality of life takes place. Much of the comfort lies in the aesthetically pleasing flooring. Whether cheap or expensive, classic or modern, the right choice makes it all. It can be an eye-catcher in any kitchen.
Repair laminate: what does it cost?
We answer these and many other questions in the price radar around the topic of repairing laminate.
Installing cork flooring: what does it cost?
We answer these and many other questions in our price radar cork floor.