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    What type of flooring changes temperature least?

    Flooring Specialists

    What type of flooring changes temperature least? I’d like to have a floor installed that doesn’t vary too much depend on the time of the year and such as from the sunlight or lack thereof coming into my kitchen.

    Asked by jonathan on 23rd Mar 2022
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    Lura construction

    "Laminate flooring is an excellent choice for flooring in cold climates, especially if you want a product that looks like natural wood. It also has similar insulation properties to vinyl flooring, so you can have a comfortable place for your feet to walk without being too cold. Applying an insulating layer of foam or cork underneath your floors will help them stay even warmer."

    Answered on 23rd Mar 2022 - Member since Mar 2022 - report
    CR General Repairs

    "Hi, to gain this benefit you would need an insulating material, the best for this would be a thick dense carpet. However, this would not be suitable for the kitchen. Therefore something like a laminate or LVT might be best suited to your needs as they are insulating and spill-resistant."

    Answered on 3rd Apr 2022 - Member since Apr 2022 - report
    AC Floor Fitting

    "Most Hard Flooring is affected by room temperature or even the ground temperature from underneath, so does fluctuate quite a lot.

    I would say carpet is the least likely to change temperatures in any room. If you have a good quality underlay this can help keep the warmth in and cold out also."

    Answered on 23rd Mar 2022 - Member since Oct 2020 - report

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