3 Flooring Options for Your Infill Home

Published February 23, 2017.
Est. Reading: 2 minutes

Among the selections you have to make for your dream home, flooring plays a big role. The flooring option you choose helps determine the character of your home and the tone that you will set for each space, and it might help some areas to be easier to maintain such as the kitchen.


Sunset Homes, Calgary’s bespoke home builder, is a proud Green Builder that is why we suggest using hardwood. This option is environmentally friendly, cost-efficient, and the easiest to clean and maintain. Many of today's hardwood brands have a built-in green feature which actually makes the indoor air cleaner! Additionally, hardwood flooring is long lasting and depending on the hardwood type, it can be refinished many times to keep their look. We suggest having it over the main floor of your home as it could the most transited room in your custom home.


Tile floors are an excellent option for making your home a unique look and give any room character. Also, tile flooring is long lasting and requires less maintenance than other options. We recommend it for high moisture areas like your bathrooms and laundry room.


Carpet is the most cost-effective option and it offers many advantages to your custom infill home. Also, this flooring option is very easy to clean. Carpet flooring helps keep the warmth in a room and it is a safe and healthy option. We recommend choosing this option for your bedrooms, basements, and stairs. Again, many manufacturers are making greener and healthier options to include in your custom dream home.

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Too Long Didn’t Read (TLDR)

Hardwood, carpet, and tile are excellent choices as flooring options for your home. You can use hardwood for your main floor, carpet in your bedrooms, stairs, and basement, and tile for your bathrooms.

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