Nebraska is primarily plains, and this creates a variety of climate throughout the state. Temperatures stay fairly consistent throughout the state, but Nebraska is located in Tornado Alley, a section of the Midwest highly prone to extreme weather and tornadoes. While the state doesn’t see too much temperature variation, it does see its fair share of snow. Because of the extreme weather throughout the spring and summer months, homeowners need to consider the stability of their foundations first. Reinforced concrete is important, and some homeowners even use metal ties to protect their beams. Regarding flooring, as long as the floors are in a temperature controlled room, products like hardwood and bamboo are suitable for a variety of Nebraska homes.
Omaha, one of the largest cities in Nebraska is home to an interesting variety of cultural influences. The Prettiest Mile in Omaha Boulevard, also known Florence Boulevard features beautiful houses including Georgian revival homes, as well as other styles and gorgeous landscaping. Also popular throughout Nebraska are Queen Anne Style homes, Craftsman and Classical Revival homes. Typically, these homes have a lot of hardwood as well as natural stone on the exterior and in many kitchens and bathrooms.
You can locate a reliable contractor through our service contact lists. Don’t see your city, please let us know so that we can help you find a reputable flooring professional. We can also recommend a bathroom or kitchen renovator near you that can help you update other areas of your home. Before you let anyone complete work on your home be sure to ask for references and previous work samples. That way, you can be sure you are letting a licensed and experienced contractor work on your floors.