When choosing the type of floor for your basement, you must take into account the fact that, unlike upper rooms, basements are prone to latent humidity.
The first thing you need to do when it comes to choosing a quality basement floor is to think about the destination you plan to give to this room. Will you use it as a storage space, living and sleeping space, working space or entertainment area? Depending on the option you choose, you will have to consider certain type of floor materials, best suited for your goals. There are a variety of options available, so there is no question about not finding what you need, on the contrary: it will likely be difficult for you to choose between so many great materials for your basement refinishing Centennial project!
In any case, the general rule to keep in mind is a very simple one: you must choose a floor that is resistant to excessive humidity and temperature fluctuations. The best options we currently have are processed wood, laminate flooring, ceramic tiles, vinyl tiles, cork flooring, linoleum and concrete. You will also make the choice depending on the budget you have at your disposal for your basement remodel project.