Idaho is located just 350 miles from the Pacific Ocean, and that warm ocean air affects climate throughout the state, making winters milder than normal for a state in the northern US. However, humidity is relatively low throughout the state, making it easy to choose flooring types. When humidity is not an issue, homeowners are free to choose bamboo, hardwood and other types of products that can expand and contract in high heat.
Idaho is best known for being home to many buildings designed by John Everett Tourtellotte, a famous architect. Tourtellotte designed the Idaho State Capitol, Boise City National Bank and the Carnegie Library among other buildings throughout the state. His buildings are grandiose and romantic with brick and natural stone throughout.
In other areas of Idaho there are a variety of home styles including cottages, log cabins and ranch style homes. Inside these homes are luxurious flooring products like hardwood and marble. On the other hand, there are also modern and convenient flooring materials like laminate and carpet. Because the weather remains so mild in Idaho, homeowners have the ability to choose from the many flooring projects available.
It is just as important to choose the right flooring professional, as it is to choose the right flooring product for your home. Our service contact lists can help you find a qualified flooring contractor that is licensed and insured. Don’t see your city on the list? Please let us know so we can help you find a flooring professional near you. We can also assist in finding a bathroom and kitchen installer for all your renovation needs.