Looking for a Unique, Eco-Friendly Look In Your Bathroom? Try Linoleum!

If you’ve been considering new floors for your bathroom or kitchen, you’ve probably been thinking of sticking with tile or stone, as is common in a lot of these rooms. But before making a commitment, you may want to ask your DC bath remodeling contractor about the merits of linoleum.

We know what you’re thinking: Really? Linoleum? The stuff they pave hospital floors with in order to make them as nondescript as possible?

In fact, that’s exactly what we’re talking about. Linoleum is one of the cleanest, strongest and most resilient surfaces you can use for your interiors. It is water resistant, which means it is much less prone to harboring microbes and bacteria that can cause illnesses for occupants. Additionally, it’s one of the most sustainable materials you can use. Linoleum’s main components, linseed oil, pine rosin and wood flour, are derived from renewable sources that are environmentally sound and non-toxic.

And you won’t have to worry about being stuck with boring brown and tan patterns. Linoleum can be purchased in hundreds of different colors and styles to match your particular taste. No matter what color scheme you’re going for, you’ll almost certainly be able to find linoleum flooring to match.

If you’re interested in finding out more about environmentally friendly flooring options such as linoleum and cork, you should contact the Virginia bath remodeling contractors at John C. Flood. We’ll walk you through the floor replacement steps and talk to you about the various solutions you can adopt that will be safe, stylish and last you years.

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