Wood floors are one of the rare building products that inherently showcase the natural beauty of the material itself, which is why wood has been used as a flooring material for centuries. One of the keys to ensuring a wood floor’s timeless beauty is having a fundamental understanding of the relationship between moisture and wood.
Every space has unique needs and each individual has different tastes. It can be overwhelming looking on the internet or even coming into our store with so many choices. What is the best hardwood floor for you? Trying to match those needs and tastes, we have come up with five basic questions to help your selection process.
What wood species do you want?
Oak hardwood floors have remained a constant best seller for decades for a variety of reasons. Oak is durable, versatile, stable and has been easily attainable so the cost is reasonable. Hardwood floors take a beating daily with all the activity that happens on them. The finish on the hardwood floor is what makes it wear well but the wood needs to be hard enough to take the constant daily use. Wood is measured by the Janka hardness scale to measure the durability of a type of wood.
We have four new engineered hardwood floors to show you this month from Bella Cera, LM Flooring and Hill and Country.
The remodel is complete! So what do we have to show you in our new store front? There are fifteen new engineered hardwood floors and nine new solid hardwood floors along with seven refinished solid hardwood floors. In this blog we wanted to spotlight a few of the new Engineered Hardwood floors from the right side of the store.