Did you even know that faux wood flooring existed? If you're hung-up on solid hardwood, you may want to check out these great alternatives, especially if you have a tight renovation budget. Get the luxury and look of exotic flooring, without the hard-to-swallow pricing, with A+ Floors 4U's top three look-alike favorites: Laminate, tile, and vinyl. Trust us, you can get that triple-whammy package, style, beauty, and class, with these equally stunning flooring choices! No matter the budget, there's a gorgeous floor that's just perfect for your lifestyle.

Wood-Look Laminate
According to laminate flooring trends of 2017, wood-look laminate flooring in Katy, TX is all the rage. Once you read up on facts about laminate flooring, you may never choose another type of floor for your renovation! Drop by our showroom, and we'd be glad to show you the faux wood that fools everybody. The wonderful thing about laminate is, it's available in a myriad of colors, species, looks, and textures. Looking for floors that are easy-to-clean? Then, perhaps, there's no need to look further.

Faux Wood Luxury Vinyl
Before you say, "Vinyl? Ew," please keep in mind that vinyl has come a long way since your grandma's kitchen floors. Thanks to modern technology, luxury vinyl is positively unrecognizable. Nowadays, you'll be hard-pressed to pick the faux wood vinyl out of the solid wood section! Not only is wood look vinyl easy on the wallet, but it's also a seriously stunning flooring. Go ahead, put it in any space throughout your house, because it's also easy to maintain and extremely durable.

Look-Alike Tile
Tile that looks like wood? No, we're not fooling you, it's true! Get all the perks of a tile with that dazzling wood look, and enjoy having a durable, sturdy, stylish budget-friendly option. But with tile, you get so much more! Imagine being able to install these tiles in areas of the home that see a lot of water issues, like kitchens and bathrooms. Now, you can get the wood styling that you've been hoping for, all without having to worry about water damaged hardwood.