There are few materials that last as long on your floors as natural stone. As an all-natural material, and one that is already able to stand up under the elements in its original setting, you’ll find these floors will truly serve the purpose for which you need it. You’ll enjoy the one-of-a-kind look you’ll get, as no two pieces are exactly alike, and you’ll greatly appreciate its benefits as well.
House of Floors carries all the flooring types you might need when it comes to flooring your home. From new constructs to major remodeling efforts, we have everything you’ll need to bring your floors to life. What’s more, our experienced and knowledgeable staff stands ready to serve you when you visit our Albuquerque, NM showroom. From there, we serve the areas of Rio Rancho, Los Lunas, Cedar Crest, and Edgewood, and look very forward to serving you as well.
In natural stone flooring, you will find a huge variety of materials to choose from, including granite, marble, slate, and travertine. The fact is, each material has its own set of characteristics that make it what it is. Chances are high that one will be best suited to your specific needs than all the others. Our sales staff will get to know those needs and help you choose the product that fits you perfectly, as well as helping you to learn the necessary maintenance and care procedures associated with each.
One of the things that help natural stone to be as long-lasting is the fact that it can be cleaned, sealed and resealed, and even honed or re-honed, onsite. Because of this, it can truly stand the test of time. To consider the lifespan of stone floors, just consider some of the oldest buildings in the world. Some of these are found in Rome, Greece, and even here in the United States. The fact is, it retains its elegance and beauty across wide spans of time. At the very least, with proper care and maintenance, you can expect these floors to last a number of decades.
In addition to the many other benefits of natural stone flooring, you’ll also find that it increases the value of your home. This especially comes in handy if you are intending to sell your home, but even if you’re not, that value can mean great things for you as a homeowner.