When it comes to upgrading your home, your floors may get the least amount of consideration. After all, these are lowest in your point of vision, so they’re probably not very high on your priority list, either. Not only that, but redoing floors can be time-consuming and pricy.

Therefore, you treat flooring upgrades with kid gloves, only getting these if you really have to. How do you know when it’s time for an upgrade, though? Follow these tips.

Your floors are falling apart.

Flooring isn’t designed to last forever. Linoleum may warp or form bubbles beneath the surface. Tiles may chip and crack. Even hardwood or luxe marble can lose its luster, scuffed from years of foot traffic.

You try to pretend the issue isn’t there, covering the most egregious damage with a throw rug or two. Eventually, though, you notice the whole floor looks like this.

By upgrading to glass flooring, you can avoid warping, bubbling, and scuffing. Glass is easy to clean, too, which saves you time tackling chores.

The decade in which your floors were installed was over a long time ago.

The flooring in your kitchen or other rooms of the home was there when you moved in. It was probably there for decades before you moved in.

You hate the flooring, but again, you know how time-intensive it is to have your floors ripped up and reinstalled. You don’t want to have to deal with that, so you ignore your floors the best you can.

Redoing your flooring doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg, not when you buy glass flooring from CBD Glass in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. You can get your quote before the work begins so there are no surprises. You also don’t have to worry about hidden fees, which contributes to your peace of mind.

You want to be more ecofriendly.

Today, everyone wants to do their part to make the world a better place. This isn’t as optional anymore as global warming becomes more apparent. While you may turn out the lights when not in use, carpool when you can, and recycle often, there’s more still you can do.

Start by looking at your house. The older the materials, the more these can be energy hogs. While your flooring doesn’t always contribute to your energy bill one way or another, you should still use recycled materials whenever possible, such as cork, bamboo, distressed wood, or glass.

Are you ready to have the floors of your dreams? Contact us at CBD Glass. We’re a Canadian glass designer and manufacturer. Many of the items we make, from countertops to backsplashes to frameless shower doors, are customized.

No matter your preferences or goals, we’re sure we can make them a reality at CBD. In the past, we’ve installed large glass circular panels in customers’ floors. These panels are decorated with ornate flourishes sure to make an impact in any room.

That’s just one example of what we’ve done. To learn more or get your quote today, call us at 1-855-872-4223.

Sources:

http://design-milk.com/new-construction-making-modern/