So you are looking for a hardwood floor and unsure what to pick. One option you have is Engineered Hardwood floors. Engineered Hardwood is real wood flooring built up of layers of wood called plies, which are glued together. This multi-ply structure gives engineered wood superior stability, greater than solid wood, The plies reduce concerns associated with shrinking and expanding when temperature and humidity change.
10 Signs You Should Invest In Hardwood Floors
Finding the perfect type of floor covering for your home or business can be overwhelming. There are so many choices, but we think hardwood flooring offers the best investment with beautiful, durable, timeless style. Hardwood floors also have many environmental benefits. Here are ten signs that you may agree with us.
Little Known Facts About Hardwood Floors - And Why They Matter.
Hardwood floors are non-toxic and trap no allergens such as mold spores and dust like the carpet and fabric in you homes. Simple maintenance – dust mopping, sweeping or vacuuming – will keep hardwood floors looking great and allergen-free. We recomend Bona products for use on your wood floors.
We are currently working on a project that reminded us of why we love hardwood floors. It is a sand and refinish job in a historical building in Guthrie, OK. We also added a new 3"-5" x 3/4" walnut floor. The original floor, 3 1/4" x 3/4" fir, was still beautiful but needed some work to bring the beauty back. We had to replace some boards and match them to existing wood, sand it down, stain and put on a finishing coat. The results make us realize once again the beauty and durability of hardwood floors.
As we spend more time in our homes this time a year, we see thing that need updated or improved. It can be fun to embrace the latest design trend, but expensive when it comes to major fixes like flooring. What are your needs this year, new wood floors, refinish your existing wood floors or replace your wood floors?
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