Up your home’s style and value with Frontier Luxury Flooring

Looking to up the style and value of your for-sale home in one fell swoop? Approach home improvement from the bottom up with stylish, high-quality flooring options from Frontier Luxury Flooring that are sure to give your space a competitive edge in the housing market.

Whether opting for long-length engineered hardwood that works to elongate a room, or 100% wool carpeting to cozy up an otherwise stark space, realtors agree that the value of flooring should not be underestimated in a home.  With every $600 to $900 worth of investments yielding a return value of up to $2,000, upgrading a home’s flooring offers homeowners and realtors an easy, practical way to increase the attractiveness of any home in the housing market.



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For Hector Cabrera, Frontier Luxury Flooring’s founder and self-described flooring matchmaker, the secret behind selecting the best flooring for any space is an honest and comprehensive grasp of lifestyle needs and preferred aesthetic—from homeowner to potential buyer.


Herewith, a sample of Hector’s top considerations when selecting new flooring:

Design Style

Whether aiming for a contemporary-classic look or a rugged, west coast-inspired aesthetic, developing a keen understanding of your personal design style helps define specific elements to seek in a flooring product.

Environmental Footprint

Looking to your environmental preferences for flooring inspiration can easily narrow down your search in a sea of flooring options, from sustainably produced premium hardwood to locally sourced luxury vinyl.


The presence and amount of natural and artificial light in a space can affect the appearance of flooring post-installation. Opt for light-toned floors in dim-lit spaces, saving darker stains for rooms with plenty of natural light to balance the floor’s strong patina.


Blessed with children and pets and looking for a floor that’s durable yet low maintenance, or perhaps one with an unlimited warranty? These are just some questions to ask when mulling over the multitude of options.


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