Why your flooring choice is important

Why your flooring choice is important

With all the flooring options available today, it can seem overwhelming, but your choice is crucial. Be clear on your own needs, style, and the home's overall look.

The right or wrong flooring impacts aesthetics, function, and lifespan. So choose your new floors wisely.

“Design from the floor up!”

Floors set the overall tone of the room. What you put on the floor affects texture, color, and overall atmosphere.

The floor is usually the most significant square footage of a room. Therefore, when someone walks into the room, they consciously or subconsciously form an impression of your home.

Also, have you heard the phrase, “Change your floors, change your room?” That means a floor can instantly change the atmosphere of a room.

The floor lets you decide if you want a feeling of light and airy, cozy, luxurious, etc.

The staff at our flooring store will be happy to help you find the just-right flooring for you.

The right flooring enhances function

Someone told us of a woman whose heart was set on a white, high pile rug. This was for her living room, a high-traffic area.

Plus, she had a large family. Four very active children came in with her. So many carpet colors, styles, and versions would have better suited her needs.

Floors take the brunt of the punishment. So especially if your family is large with kids and pets, choose stylish, durable, easy to clean, and waterproof flooring.

Our flooring company professionals will ask you a lot of questions. There are many options on the market today, and we'll guide you to something that looks great and performs well for a long time.

Flooring experience you can count on

If you’re looking for inspiration for your flooring remodeling project, Jemson Cabinetry is the company for you! Our staff will help you find a hard or soft surface that meets your style, needs, and goals.

Visit us today! You'll be glad you came in. We're in Ephrata, PA, convenient to

Reamstown, Stevens, Lancaster, Denver, Leola, Lititz, Wyomissing, Shillington, and New Holland.