Ways To Redo Your Flooring That Won’t Break The Bank


When it comes to home renovations, it can be a stressful time especially if you aren’t sure whether or not to undertake the work yourself or to hire professionals, especially when it comes to a seemingly large job like redoing your flooring. The good news is that when it comes to flooring it doesn’t have to be a huge job, especially if you’re willing to get some friends to help or change things up a bit. Here are a couple of great ways you can make a flooring job easier for you, just in time for the weather to change so you have a new space to enjoy all winter long.

Get Friends To Help

This is probably one of the best, if not most fun ways to get your floors sorted out. What better way to spend some time with the friends than working on a cool DIY project together? Start the day right with coffees and pastries from your favourite shops and then help one another out by removing the old flooring, carpet or tile and working as a team to put it all back together with the new stuff. Celebrate a job well done with pizzas and beer after the new flooring is in place, with an all around great bonding moment for you and all your favourite friends. After all, what are friends for?

Hire A Pro

The most straightforward option for anyone wanting to replace flooring in the house, hiring a professional will  ensure the job doesn’t just get done right, but also that someone else does all the clean up. Using a professional will mean there’s no second guessing on tile sizes, measurements or placement and you can rest easy and take a load off knowing that your flooring is in the best hands possible. The only downside to hiring a professional is the cost affiliated with the work, but if money is no object or you really don’t know the first thing about flooring, this is the best option.

Click In Place

The great thing about click in place flooring is that almost literally anyone can do it themselves. Similar to putting a puzzle together, click in place flooring can be easily cut to fit specific corners, edges and tight areas and is easy to place, easy to clean and all around a great, cheaper alternative if you want something potentially expensive like engineered oak wood floors or some types of stone or tile. Lifestyleflooring.co.uk has a whole host of different types of this kind of click in place flooring. If plain looking hardwood isn’t your thing, why not give your floors a distressed look with some beautiful Van Gogh vinyl tiling for an old farmhouse feel.

So if you’re looking at redoing your floors this year to make a splash over the winter with all those great parties coming up over the Christmas and holiday season, consider redoing your floors. Now is a great time before the weather gets too cold or wet, so start today!


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