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Kitchen Flooring

Best Kitchen Flooring Options


Believe it or not, but you spend a lot more time in your kitchen than you think. Your kitchen is where you get the day started and where you also wind down at the end of the day. Not only do you cook breakfast and dinner in your kitchen, but you also host guests, pay bills, do homework, and catch up with friends and family. You want a floor in your kitchen that not only reflects your personal style, but also your home décor. A&B Carpet One Floor & Home has the perfect options for kitchen flooring, so stop by our showroom in Kitty Hawk and Buxton, NC and take a look. We serve the Outer Banks area.


What Should You Look for in a Kitchen Floor?


When it comes to your kitchen, it definitely isn’t the cleanest space in your home. You are constantly cooking and making food, so things will drop and find crevices to roll into. You’ll want a floor that has multiple functions to make your life easier. Having an easy to clean floor is probably the most important quality in a kitchen floor. You’ll also want something that is either very water resistant, or better yet totally waterproof. That means you can spill all the milk you want an no one has to cry. Durability is also an important characteristic. A floor that can handle a lot of foot traffic as well as heavy appliances should be at the top of your wish list.



Below are a few examples of floors we think are great for kitchens.



Kitchen Flooring Option

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Laminate Flooring


Laminate is known as the first hardwood alternative flooring option. Laminate, unlike hardwood, is composed of manmade materials, so they are less susceptible to moisture damage. Laminate floors feature a protective wear layer at the top and can resist scratches and scuffs, and are very easy to clean.



Tile Floors


Tile is the traditional kitchen flooring option. Tile is naturally a water resistant flooring product, and can withstand heat and heavy foot traffic. It is a great option for kitchen flooring because it is very easy to clean, and with the right glaze, can be stain resistant.



BelTerra Shaw Stone and Tile

coretec flooring in kitchen


Luxury Vinyl Flooring


Luxury vinyl is a popular flooring option for several reasons. In addition to it being a resilient option, it also has the ability to mimic the look and feel of natural stone and hardwood flooring. No longer do you have to sacrifice looks for functionality with luxury vinyl flooring. LVT floors feature waterproof options as well as scratch and scuff resistance.




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