Are you looking to hire a flooring company in Medford, MA? Bittersweet Contracting is the company for you.

You might be wondering if updating your flooring is worth the investment. Installing new floors (or restoring old ones) is a big project, taking a good amount of planning, time, and money. But in spite of these costs, deciding to restore or replace your old floors is one of the best investments you can make. Here are some reasons why.

Increased Home Value

Whether you install new floors or restore the hardwood already in your home, having high-quality flooring makes a big difference in the value of your home when you want to sell it.

Seeing stained, outdated carpets or worn-out hardwood is a big turnoff to potential buyers. They will immediately label your home as “needing work,” even if the old floors are functional and safe. Most buyers are looking for turn-key houses with minimal projects, so if you want to grab their attention, new or restored floors are a must.

While realtors debate whether new flooring directly increases the list price of your home, there is no doubt that brand new hardwood or carpet helps a house sell much more quickly. Buyers are attracted to updated features, so having new floors installed is likely to speed up the sale of your home. And after all, time is money.

Additionally, studies show that buyers are willing to pay more for a house with new floors, especially high-quality hardwood. At the very least, the buyer won’t try to negotiate for a lower price to replace old floors. If you are looking to increase the value of your home, do yourself a favor and update your flooring. Even if you have a home theater system, it’s not going to be nearly as impressive without a slick looking floor to match.

Reduced Homeowner Maintenance

Even if you are not looking to sell your house in the near future, installing new floors is still a great investment.  It will save you a lot of headache dealing with the problems that come with old floors.

Old carpets collect dirt and allergens over the years, aggravating asthma and allergy symptoms.  Stains also accumulate, making it harder to keep clean.  Hours of steam cleaning and vacuuming worn-out, dirty carpets won’t get you the same results as installing new ones, which look great with much less maintenance.

Old or damaged hardwood floors are especially difficult to maintain.  Hardwood is very durable, but after years of use, the boards can become warped, chipped, or stained.  Additionally, loose boards or subfloor can lead to squeaky floors, which is a nuisance to deal with.  This is difficult to remedy without tearing up the floors and addressing the problem at its root.

It is true that you can refinish hardwood floors a number of times, but eventually, this is no longer an option because the wood becomes significantly worn down, leaving your floors without adequate support.

If your hardwood floors are in this condition, it is a smart idea to replace them.  You’ll be happy about the time and effort you save trying to maintain the old floors.

Improved Quality of Life

Another reason to restore or replace old flooring is because of the aesthetic value it adds to your home. Beautiful, high quality flooring makes your house look bright and clean, as well as showing off your personal style. It’ll make the rest of your house look even better, too. You’ll love the beauty of your new floors, free from chips, stains, and squeaky boards. The peace of mind that comes with new floors will make you feel more at home than ever before.

Take a look at these projects to get an idea of what your home could look like with help from Bittersweet Contracting.

Bittersweet Contracting, LLC
15 Tucker St, Medford,
MA 02155

Phone: (339) 645-9515

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Saturday: By appointment
Sunday: Closed

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