Looking for Low-Cost Alternatives to Carpeting or Hardwood?

Are your floors out of style, faded, or scratched? Way back when, if you wanted to replace your floor covering, the only two viable options were carpeting or hardwood. Beautiful as they were, they tended to be on the expensive side. Nowadays, there's no need to break the bank during a floor covering renovation. When you visit our Cherokee Floor Covering showroom in Woodstock, GA, you'll be amazed by all of our low-cost alternatives, more so than other floor covering companies. Check out these impressively fashionable floors that will save you a pretty penny.  
Laminate is durable, inexpensive, and attractive, making it a perfect fit for many homeowners. With so many wonderful colors and styles to choose from, you're bound to find exactly what you require. Or, skip the carpet store, and pick up a look-alike laminate. These variations faithfully replicate natural materials, such as stone, marble, or wood. 

Luxury Vinyl Tile, Plank, or Sheet
Believe it or not, luxury vinyl can look just like solid hardwood. So, if you're into wood, but cringe at the thought of how much it might cost, look no further. Choose a premium variety for an extra tough surface that can withstand even the craziest household. Still not sold? What if we said, it's super easy to clean?

Ceramic and Porcelain Tile
Ceramic and porcelain tiles have been used for centuries, and with good reason. For something a little different, try tiles in various textures, like wood, marble, and stone, or opt for different designs, patterns, colors, and sizes for a unique appearance. Generally, ceramic and porcelain tiles are water-resistant, easy-to-clean, and durable, which explains why it's such a popular go-to material for kitchens and bathrooms. 

Yes, cork is an option, though many people don't know it's available. Environmentally friendly and sustainably harvested, interior designers use cork to add some color and texture to any room. What's more, this all-natural flooring is mildew, mold, and insect-resistant, and is often used to reduce noise. With cork, you get both insulating properties and a cushiony surface, perfect for rooms like your kitchen where you spend a lot of time on your feet.