There are many types of flooring and tons of styles to choose from.  From hardwood to laminate and carpet to tile, homeowners have a lot to decide on if they want to replace or upgrade their existing floors.  Our flooring center here can help you find a flooring professional that can provide estimates, schedule the job to be completed, and help you get more information to make the right decisions.  You can also get quickly see local flooring pros near you to get matched with 3 pros to get the job done fast.

Our flooring center is a great place to start if you want to know how much ceramic tile cost to install, help with getting a pet stain out of carpets, and hardwood floor cost, plus more.

Tile Flooring

Ceramic or stone tile, vinyl and concrete are perfect flooring options for bathrooms, kitchens, basements and other rooms where water is present. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Martha K. of League City, Texas)
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Consider these water-resistant flooring options, such as vinyl, concrete and tile, when remodeling rooms where water and moisture are present.
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Don't let your budget block your creativity when it comes to kitchen flooring.
caulking gutter with caulk gun (Photo by Ray Mata)
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Caulk seals gaps between joints, keeps water out and stops drafts. Learn about the different types of caulk and get tips on removing caulk.
Stoddard Tile tested several damage solutions until they found the right one. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Ellen McCormick of Sacramento, Calif.)
Tile Flooring
This Sacramento member received a lesson in caring for her slate tile. After neglecting the tile for years, she had to have it regrouted and resealed.
Tile flooring in a bathroom
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Here are flooring options to consider for bathrooms, laundry rooms, kitchens, basements and other areas prone to getting wet.