Getting Your Home Ready for the Holidays

October 13, 2020 2 min read

getting your home ready for the holidays

Getting Your House Ready for the Holidays

Thanksgiving and the winter holidays are right around the corner, and one thing that goes hand in hand with this time of the year is gathering with family. If you’ll be hosting relatives this winter season, you may wonder what you can do to make it a beautiful, welcoming space for visitors. Consider getting your house ready for the holidays with new flooring. The good news is that if you book installation soon, you can breathe fresh life into your home with time to spare!

If your carpet is more than 7 years old, has unsightly stains, fading, uneven wear patterns, or just plain smells a little “off,” it’s time for you to update your flooring. When consideringnew carpeting, choose a neutral color that complements your current decor but is flexible enough to work with a variety of designs. If you’ve got pets, kids, or heavy foot traffic, picking a carpet that’s highly stain-resistant is a must! But choosing something functional doesn’t mean you have to scrimp on comfort -- softness and durability aren’t mutually exclusive!

Just think of the compliments you’ll receive when your houseguests walk in to find pristine, plush carpeting in your guest bedrooms or living room. And because family gatherings can sometimes lead to unexpected spills or messes, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that when the red wine is poured, cousin Bill’s butter fingers won’t destroy your new carpet. 

Luxury Vinyl Plank

On the other hand, if you’re looking for a sleek, modern makeover for your outdated hard flooring, installing versatile, low-maintenanceluxury vinyl plank (LVP) is the perfect solution. This attractive, waterproof flooring option is perfect for anyone who loves the look of wood floors but would rather not deal with the long, messy installation process, complicated maintenance routines, periodic resealing, and high price tag that often accompany them. If you don’t already know about LVP, you should know that it can be installed quickly and expertly by professional installers and will maintain its beautiful wood-like appearance for years, even in high-traffic environments. 

Updating your flooring is one of the most visually striking transformations you can make in your home, and your holiday company will be amazed at your new “wood” floors (your secret’s safe with us!). Spills, messes, and tracked-in snow or mud are no match for easy-to-clean, waterproof LVP, so you can entertain without a moment’s worry about your flooring. 

Book Your Installation Now at MyFlooring

We’ve got a curated collection of high quality carpet and LVP for your home, with all-inclusive pricing that can suit any budget. To sweeten the deal, we promise that you’ll love our products, expert installation, and no-nonsense warranties. If you’re ready to have stunning new floors in time for the holidays, don’t wait until November to start planning. Ensure that you’ll have new floors ready by the holidays bylocking in your installation date as soon as possible! 

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