Solid Hardwood Flooring
Solid wood flooring refers to hardwood flooring made from one solid piece of lumber. Solid wood flooring is available in a variety of sizes and species ranging in durability from pine to Brazilian cherry. Solid hardwood products also include different gloss levels and surface treatments like hand-scraping or distressing.
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- Hardwood Change
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ABOUT SOLID HARDWOOD FLOORING
Solid hardwood floors have a richness and beauty that is undeniable. That’s why they’re so popular. They are also known for their durability. It’s not unusual for a solid hardwood floor to last for 50 years or more with proper care. To keep your solid hardwood floor looking like new, make sure to sweep or dust mop once a week and use a no-wax hardwood floor cleaner for periodic touch-ups. You can install a solid hardwood floor in most areas of your home, except for the basement and full bathrooms. Since solid hardwood flooring is susceptible to shrinking and expanding from excessive moisture and extreme temperature changes, it is unsuitable for these spaces. If you want to install hardwood in those rooms, consider an engineered wood floor.
Solid hardwood floors convey warmth, style and character. Match your décor to the color of your solid hardwood floor to create a harmonious effect or contrast your décor with your solid hardwood floor to create a dramatic effect.