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There are many options to choose from when it comes to selecting hardwood flooring for your home. More and more homeowners are choosing White Oak for their new floors. We have outlined some of the reasons why it may be the right choice for you.
It is so easy to buy products without knowing where they came from and the path they took before they landed on your doorstep. For many goods – T-shirts, kitchen appliances, your dog’s favorite toy – it hardly matters. That information often has little to do with the final look and performance that sets it apart from any other T-shirt, appliance or toy. Not so for hardwood floors.
Hardwood floors have become one of the most popular choices in every area of the home, including the bathroom. By taking a few extra precautions, wood floors can function in bathrooms as well as they do everywhere else. Moreover, unlike most other bathroom flooring choices, wood floors can be periodically refinished and resealed, increasing their practicality.
Finding and incorporating sustainable products into our everyday life has become an integral part of our culture. While you may not think of hardwood flooring when you are considering ways to “Go Green,” it is one of the most environmentally friendly flooring options available.
Just in time for the Holiday Season, here is our own fun version of the classic “12 Days” tune to get those visions of wide plank hardwood floors dancing in your head.
You don’t have to be an expert on wood to choose a beautiful hardwood floor for your home, but knowing these few handy guidelines can surely help.
Hardwood floors are known to increase a home’s visual appeal and resale value, but they do much more than just boost the homeowner’s future financial health. Hardwood floors are also better for your family’s physical health!
From floor plan, location, style, and design down to the more intimate details like color and finish – your home is an expression of you. With new advances in technology, now you can choose a custom color for your hardwood floors to match your unique personality and taste. Today’s floor colors are as exciting and diverse as the homes they inhabit.
Moisture in the air (or lack thereof) affects everything around us, but have you ever considered how humidity is affecting your wood flooring? Most likely you have not, but it is helpful knowledge to have when selecting wood floors for your home and as you are enjoying them after installation.