You need to consider investment from all angles when you shop for floors. After all, it's not something we often buy, so you want it to look great and perform well for a long time.
But what about real estate value? Whether you plan to sell or stay, you'll want new floors that add value to your property. So here's the 411 on value.
Hardwood flooring: the most ROI
When you buy hardwood flooring, you'll recoup 70% to 80% of the cost, as reflected in your home values. This adds anywhere from $12K to $15K or more to your property assessment.
Potential buyers often pay 2.5% more for a home with wood floors. Studies have also shown that people enjoy spending more time in their homes with these floors.
The style alone draws people! Come into our flooring store, where you’ll see a large inventory of wood colors and patterns suitable for residential and commercial use.
More value includes a long lifespan; they last for decades. It usually just takes a refinishing to bring them back to luster.
Wood floors are classic, timeless, and never go out of style if you change your decor; simply sand and stain the hardwood another color.
Wood or stone look flooring
You'll still see some boost with wood and stone looks. These include luxury vinyl, laminate, and wood-and-stone look tiles.
Our flooring company has gorgeous designs. They are from top brands such as Mohawk, SolidTech, Bruce, Mannington, and more.
They're beautiful, ultra-realistic, long-lasting, and functional, but they must be in good shape. No one wants a dingy, badly-in-need-of-a-repair floor. But, of course, that goes for hardwood as well.
Inspiration from the area’s most trusted floor source
We're family-owned at P.C. Curry Floor Covering and have been operating since 1965. Our expert staff will help you find suitable new floors for your home.
Visit our showroom in Phoenixville, PA, where you'll learn about our price match. We work on residential and commercial flooring projects in Oaks, Royersford, Collegeville, King of Prussia, Norristown, Blue Bell, and Plymouth Meeting.