Property investment is still a popular business venture for many, but making the best decisions for the decor of a property can be tough. Here are a few points to consider when choosing the best possible flooring for your rental property.
• What kind of tenants are you expecting? For student digs and low cost rentals, solid oak floors probably aren’t the best investment simply because they’re likely to be under-appreciated and not cared for very well (we’ve all been students!) That said, solid wood flooring is exceptionally durable and hardy.
• You need to think about hypoallergenic flooring if you want to cover all bases. Carpets are strongly advised against by medical professionals and flooring experts. Carpets harbour dust that can be easily agitated, setting off allergies and asthma. Smooth floors that can be vacuumed, swept and cleaned with a damp mop are ideal.
• Cleanliness is a huge part of rental properties. Carpets typically harbour grime and bacteria. Smooth flooring like laminate and engineered floors offer exceptional easy-to-clean characteristics. But it’s not just about landlords knowing their property is easy to clean when tenants leave, it’s about making life as simple and effortlessly stylish as possible for tenants.
• Comfort is a huge part of why people choose to rent a particular property. Wood flooring is wonderfully chic, but it’s also gloriously natural and comforting to walk on. Our ranges of wood floors fit into every style, every life and every budget.
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