Carpetland USA Wisconsin in Appleton & Oshkosh, WI

Learn About Natural Stone Flooring

With so many natural stone flooring options, you need an expert to guide you - and with Carpetland USA Wisconsin in Appleton & Oshkosh, WI, that's precisely what you'll find. Learn more about the benefits of natural stone below!

Natural stone is an excellent choice for floors and walls. Not only is it durable and timeless, but its versatility is beyond compare. When looking to make the ultimate statement in your own home, the use of stone is the natural choice. The perfect blend of beauty, style, and functionality, it's no wonder that natural stone is one of the most beloved flooring options on the market today.

Natural stone flooring allows for extreme customization while enabling a homeowner to mix and match varying colors and design styles. Stone products include ceramic, porcelain, glass, and more. Each category comes with its own strengths and focal points. Our stone products offer distinctive characteristics, looks, and performance levels.

Stone may cost more upfront than other flooring options, but the return on investment is unparalleled. Natural stone floors add value to a home at resale time because they are sought-after and forever in style. Let a member of our talented team guide you throughout your stone shopping process and answer any questions that you might have.

Natural stone flooring can remain viable in the home for 50 to 100 years. If you work to maintain your natural stone flooring, then it will continue to look great and perform well for the foreseeable future. Stone is tough on scratches, spills, stains, and moisture. 

Stone floors must be swept regularly to continue to look great and function well. When you sweep, you help to remove dirt and other debris that can build up over time. This debris can cause your stone to take on a lackluster look and lead to premature aging. How often you sweep depends on the foot traffic the natural stone receives.

You can damp-mop your stone floors as needed for deeper cleaning. Make sure your mop is damp as opposed to soaking wet. Soaking wet flooring, regardless of the material, is never a good idea.