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Wood floors offer warmth and enhance the look of your rooms while increasing the value of your home. Wood flooring comes in a variety of styles and materials from solid hardwood to engineered hardwood to bamboo. You’ll find wooden floors also comes in a number of shades. In addition to looking great, wood floors are durable making them perfect for homes with pets and children.
Some benefits of wood flooring include ease of cleaning, durability, and style variety. Wood floors are much easier to keep clean than carpet and pet hair or dander is quick to remove. They are very durable and with proper care, they will look great for years to come. Plus, wood flooring is available in a multitude of styles and colors guaranteeing there is a look out there for a classic or contemporary home.
As opposed to laminate flooring or artificial materials made to look as natural as possible, solid hardwood flooring is all-natural and made entirely of timber from traditional and exotic materials like red oak, maple, walnut, cherry, hickory and more. In addition to the variety of materials, natural wood flooring comes in a plethora of finishes, colors, sizes and styles.
Elegant, durable and stylish, new hardwood floors are an excellent choice for your home. Not only are they affordable and cost-effective — adding to your home’s overall value — but they are also harvested from a sustainable resource, healthy for your home’s air quality and your family’s well-being and easy to maintain with regular cleaning.
Give your home the look of hardwood floors for a fraction of the cost with laminate. Popular in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry spaces, and commercial settings, these products offer unlimited potential on a limited budget.
A laminate floor is comfortable underfoot, easy to install, and also easy to maintain. Unlike hardwood that has to be nailed or glued in, laminate essentially floats over the subfloor and is and click and lock installation. It either comes with underlayment pre-attached or it is bare. Laminate flooring is durable and can withstand high amounts of foot traffic. Laminate makes it a perfect option for homes with pets or children. There are a variety of colors and styles to choose from suiting a wide range of tastes.
Give your home an update to the look of hardwood or tile with luxury vinyl flooring. Vinyl flooring is popular in kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry spaces. This is particularly true in commercial settings. Perhaps the greatest pro of luxury vinyl flooring is the durability. It can withstand high amounts of foot traffic and is scratch- and dent-resistant. Luxury vinyl flooring also reduces noise. This makes it an ideal flooring for homes with pets or children.
A vinyl floor is comfortable underfoot, and also easy to maintain. Vinyl flooring is flexible product which means you will need to prepare the underlying subfloor to ensure a smooth installation. This is because any flaws or imperfections will come through as indentations and/or bumps in the flooring.
Engineered hardwood adds warmth and value to your home. Often most suitable for homes on slabs, engineered hardwood also offers more resistance to moisture than solid wood. With our variety of finishes, species, and widths of engineered hardwood, you can find the perfect fit for your home.
Engineered wood flooring is a versatile and resilient flooring option for use throughout your home. Made of genuine wood, this flooring gives your home a timeless look and feel.
Engineered hardwood is made of a core of hardwood or plywood with a layer of hardwood veneer affixed to the top surface. It’s resistant to moisture and heat.
Features And Benefits
Engineered wood flooring can be installed by do-it-yourselfers. It can be nailed down over a plywood subfloor, glued down over a plywood or concrete subfloor or floated over a plywood or concrete subfloor. When nailing down, the plywood subfloor should be ¾ of an inch thick and a roofing felt or similar material should be placed beneath. When gluing down, a 100 percent urethane-based adhesive with an integrated vapor barrier should be used. For floating installation, use an underlayment with a vapor barrier. Keep in mind the seams will probably need to be glued together with regular wood glue, unless it’s a click-lock flooring product.
Many options are available when homeowners choose engineered wood flooring. Engineered hardwood can be made of any type of wood to provide homeowners with an opportunity to create the perfect custom look. If you would like to use planks wider than six or eight inches, engineered wood can be a good choice. The thickest layer of engineered wood provides a stability that prevents it from buckling, shrinking or shifting.
Engineered wood flooring can generally be used in any level of the home. Engineered hardwood’s construction fortifies it with greater structural stability so that it can be used at any level of the home – at, above, or below ground level. Depending on the moisture level, it might be necessary to use a moisture barrier. Engineered hardwood should not, however, be installed in a bathroom.
Bamboo flooring has gotten a lot of attention since it was first introduced a couple of decades ago. Although it’s typically referred to as a hardwood flooring, bamboo is actually a grass that’s highly processed to produce flooring and other home improvement products.
All bamboo flooring is engineered, meaning the strands of grass are sliced and shredded, then pressed back together with heat and glues to form the flooring boards.
Vertical bamboo has a uniform, striped look.
Horizontal bamboo shows the “knuckles” in the grain pattern that’s commonly associated with bamboo flooring.
Strand woven bamboo mixes the grass fibers together so that they’re interlocked — it’s the hardest and most expensive type of bamboo flooring.