Laminated flooring or engineered wood flooring. This synthetic floor simulates wood and offers a stain and scratch resistant floor finish. Engineered construction creates a highly stable core that is less likely to expand, contract or shift when exposed to moisture, humidity and changes of temperature.
Hardwood floors can help sell your home faster and for more money. Why? Because hardwood flooring is the preferred flooring choice and it improves the value of your home.
You can expect to see high ROI on your hardwood floors, but the best ROI comes as you enjoy the low-cost upkeep of the floors.
Dark wood is less susceptible to fading because it absorbs light. This means you won’t have to refinish it as frequently as you would a lighter floor. Dark wood shows the grain of the wood better than a lighter color. It can be a dramatic statement in any home, increasing the value of the home and the visual appeal.
Yes, you can lay a wood floor over tile if the existing floor is in good shape and without cracks. We would suggest prefinished engineered hardwood flooring or laminate flooring.
You can help reduce the price by reusing wood instead of disposing of it. Since hardwood flooring is basically boards of lumber, the wood can be reused in all kinds of projects once it is pulled from its location.
Concrete slabs, whether new or existing, must be dry before the subfloor is installed. For best results, several areas of each room should be tested for excess moisture.
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