Do You Know the Benefits of Wood Flooring in Your Home?

Understanding Hardwood Benefits

No other flooring can match the warmth, beauty and value of wood flooring. Wood flooring enhances the décor of any room and provides ageless beauty that will maintain its value throughout the years. Today’s wood floors are affordable and have come a long way in the past few years with the resurgence of their popularity. Now there are more styles, colors and species of wood flooring available than ever before and when other types of flooring are looking tired, worn and out-dated, your wood floors will still be beautiful and timeless. Whether you are looking for the traditional Oak, rustic Pine, trendy Bamboo, or some of the more exotic woods available, you will be sure to find a color and style to match your needs and your budget.

Did you know that in a national survey of real estate professionals, 90% say that homes with wood flooring sell faster and for higher prices than homes without wood floors? Also, because wood floors do not hold dust or allergens many health organizations agree that wood floors are the perfect choice for a healthy home.

Today, the maintenance of wood flooring is easy because of the new technology in stains and finishes. It takes little more than regular sweeping or vacuuming to keep your floors looking fresh. As needed for a more thorough cleaning, the occasional use of a professional wood floor cleaning product is suggested. Please consult with your wood flooring specialist for recommendations of the proper cleaning product, and this will ensure you use the proper cleaner for your specific wood floor and finish.

About the Author

Carl Padron

Carl is the guy to ask when it comes to flooring. He started in hardwood refinishing 30-plus years ago, earned his stripes and used what he’d learned to become an expert on hardwood refinishing, solid and engineered hardwood installation, carpet, ceramic tile, laminate and vinyl flooring installation. You’ll find his work in universities, hospitals, professional sports venues, state museums and theaters, pubs, and of course, homes throughout the state.

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