When you choose hardwood flooring
for your home, you're not just installing a new floor covering. You're investing in the future of your home. Along with exceptional durability and visuals that match any décor, you also get an unrivaled lifespan that can easily surpass 100 years or more with proper care and maintenance.
If you've yet to consider hardwood floors for your home, now is a great time to get to know them better. Find out if these characteristics and benefits match your requirements. And find out how to make them your own.
In your most visible spaces, hardwood is a timeless and elegant experience for residents and guests alike. With options that are easy to personalize, such as species choice, stain color, and finish type, you can build a floor that not only meets your functional requirements but your décor preferences as well. Better still, these floors are likely to last through several trend changes while remaining current.
In spaces where solid wood is not an option, engineered wood flooring is the perfect alternative. These materials are ideal for below-grade areas because they stand up so well against humidity, moisture, and broad temperature changes. They can even work for kitchens and bathrooms, with a top wear layer that helps resist daily wear.
It's important to note that wood floors must be acclimated before installation to balance the humidity level inside the new flooring to your home. This process can several days, depending on the weather and the humidity level in your home. It's one of the best ways to avoid having your floors warp, crack, or split after installation. When you're ready to learn more about this fantastic flooring line, be sure to visit our showroom to find out more details.