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    Carpet Culture

    392 Broome St, New York, NY 10013
    Tel: +12122192315

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    Supreme Flooring of NY

    33-16 Prince St, Flushing, NY 11354
    Tel: +17184614940

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    Buono's Flooring Co

    2370 West St, Brooklyn, NY 11223
    Tel: +17186456934

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    Carpets 46

    112 US Hwy 46 E, Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
    Tel: +19733408283

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    Better Carpet Warehouse

    443 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
    Tel: +17188552794

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    NYC Local Carpet

    305 E 86th St, New York, NY 10028
    Tel: +16468914040

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    Tully Spagnoli Flooring

    4822 Ave N, Brooklyn, NY 11234
    Tel: +17182529128

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    Bay Ridge Carpet & Linoleum

    7710 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11209
    Tel: +17187455110

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    Sino Carpet & Tile

    167 Bowery, New York, NY 10002
    Tel: +12123345046

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    USA Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

    Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Tel: +18773307858

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Types of Flooring

Choosing new flooring can be quite a difficult task as there are so many different options out there. The aim of this guide is to outline the main types of flooring available and their advantages and disadvantages.

One of the most popular types of flooring, especially in bathrooms and kitchens, is vinyl. Vinyl is incredibly cheap to buy and simple to install. In addition, it is easy to clean and available in a range of styles such vinyl sheet and vinyl tiles. However, due to the soft nature of this material it is not as durable as other types.
Hardwood flooring is made from a single piece of timber and is extremely durable. In addition, this type of flooring is easy to look after. However, the most notable drawback of this type of flooring is that it is the most expensive to install and can be damaged by moisture.

Engineered wood is sometimes called composite wood or laminate flooring and features an attractive hardwood veneer atop of several layers of wood. This type of flooring is more resistant to moisture than hardwood and can be installed quickly. However, this type of flooring is not as durable as real hardwood.