When homeowners begin a renovation, the right flooring can be an important choice. As a contractor, they may rely on you to recommend flooring that works for their home and breathes new life into an old space.

Fishman Flooring Solutions, the distributor of Landmark Interiors flooring, has worked with contractors for a long time to help them provide recommendations for their next project. Below, we’ve covered some important factors to consider when recommending flooring that’ll make a lived-in home feel new again.

First: Consider Ease of Installation

A lot goes into choosing the right flooring for a project. Some of it likely depends on the installation method your team prefers and what the room will potentially be used for once the renovation is complete. A laundry room or bathroom may require water-resistant flooring that still fits in with the color scheme selected for the home.

Landmark Interiors flooring products come with various installation methods, so your team can recommend flooring that you can install quickly and competently. Our Lookbook can give your team an understanding of the premium options available and the installation method.

Recommend a Classic With Engineered Hardwood

Engineered hardwood is a great choice if your client is after a timeless look that never goes out of style. Engineered hardwood is a comfortable flooring option that brings in the look of real wood and great neutral tones throughout a home.

On the installation side of things, Landmark Interiors’ engineered hardwood gives you multiple installation options, including glue-down installation, floating installation, and staple installation. You can recommend flooring that reflects the homeowner’s desires while working with the best option for your crew.

Recommend Versatile Flooring Options Like Luxury Vinyl Tile and Plank

Another flooring option that’s become more popular in recent years is luxury vinyl tile (LVT) and plank (LVP). These days, LVP and LVT can be made to create realistic-looking wood patterns and stone and other designs. LVT/LVP is often more resistant to moisture, making it a great choice for bathrooms or laundry rooms.

It’s also easy to clean and maintain, so that the product keeps its shine for years. You can check out our article about the best ways to clean and maintain LVT flooring so that you can offer upkeep advice to your clients.

Landmark Interiors’ LVT/LVP offers two installation methods, including glue-down and floating. With wood patterns from Ascension, as well as neutral tones like grays and light browns, LVP/LVT flooring offers plenty of options that are in style and on budget.

Finish Your Next Job On-Trend and On-Budget With Landmark Interiors Flooring Products

When you’re preparing for your next job, you can rely on Fishman Flooring Solutions, the distributor behind Landmark Interiors, to get you the flooring you need to get the job done. We can help you recommend flooring options that work for your clients and offer any trim or additional materials you may need.

Contact Fishman Flooring Solutions to learn more about becoming a Landmark Interiors dealer today.

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