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Bathroom Flooring

Bathroom Flooring

By simply upgrading your bathroom flooring, you can elevate the beauty and function of the space in an instant. You do need to select the perfect type of flooring, however, to get the desired effect – and there are tons of options for you to consider. The type you might want to select largely depends on your design preferences, budget, and overall plans for the bathroom in question. While Los Angeles flooring installers can help you pinpoint your ideal flooring material, you can start to get an idea of what you prefer with help from this guide.

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What Is the Easiest Flooring to Install in a Bathroom?

Vinyl is the easiest type of flooring to install in the bathroom. But when hiring Los Angeles flooring companies to handle the job, you do not have to worry about the difficulty of the install. They will use their skills and experience to pull up the old material and put down the best flooring for bathroom spaces. Once they are done, you can marvel at their expertise as you admire the excellent results.

If you are ready to upgrade your bathroom flooring, get in touch with our team at Oasis Builders. As your trusted installers, we can handle every phase of the overhaul of your bathroom floors. So, give us a call today and we can help you select your ideal bathroom flooring material.

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Best Type of Flooring 

Ceramic

When working within a budget, selecting ceramic bathroom flooring allows you to get the perfect results without breaking the bank. You can get this material in many different colors and patterns, including realistic light and dark wood grain. Although ceramic is a bit porous, this material is largely waterproof and easily stands up to the test of time.

Stone

With a little bit of wiggle room in your budget, you can go with stone instead, which has a timeless appeal. There are many different types of stone to consider, including marble and slate, as you zero in on your ideal color scheme and design. Stone looks and feels luxurious at first glance, giving your bathroom an upscale aesthetic.

Laminate

Laminate has improved by leaps and bounds in recent years, becoming a top material to use in the kitchen, laundry room, and bathroom. You can get laminate in virtually any color and pattern to emulate the look of wood, tile, and everything in between. Beyond that, it is waterproof, durable, and remains in good condition even under heavy use.

Bamboo

If you prefer real hardwood, why not go with a truly sustainable, attractive, and waterproof option? If that sounds like what you need, then set your sights on bamboo. This hardwood naturally resists the absorption of water and stands strong against scratches, gouges, and dents.

You can also ask your preferred flooring companies in Los Angeles about porcelain, vinyl, and other affordable materials for bathroom floors. They will happily help you find the bathroom flooring that will not only look great but also provide a solid return on your investment.

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Bathroom Remodels

Meredith Court,
Canoga Park
Avenida De Aprisa,
Camarillio
Roscomare Road,
Bel Air
W. 84th Street,
Los Angeles
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Michelle M.
Bathroom remodeling

Master Bathroom Remodel, Studio City

Our Project Manager was Neev Kugel and he was absolutely phenomenal to work with. We couldn't be happier. So recently we decided to do a total remodel on our stairs too, so of course we called Neev. Once again, he was excellent to work with. Our stairs were done beautifully and as always the customer service and quality of work were all at the highest level. Just like our master bathroom remodel, our Project Manager Neev Kugel was always on top of the project from start to finish. We have received so many compliments on our new stairs. Thank you Neev!
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David S.
General Remodeling

General Remodeling, Westlake Village

We were looking an energy efficient remodel that included air conditioning, new lighting, insulation and window replacement, a new electrical panel and were also considering solar. My main point of contact was Neev Kugel. I found im to be both very responsive to our needs and pragmatic in his approach. The scope grew to include a rewire based on needs dictated by living in an old house, though they also recommended to wait for solar before understanding the new energy dynamics post-improvements, which insured the investment was going to the most needed items. They went the extra mile to make sure we were satisfied with the work.
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