What Constitutes Solid Hardwood Flooring?
Good wood is always a solid choice for a home. This is especially true when it comes to flooring in a home. We talk a lot about hardwood flooring. The term "hardwood flooring" is not as simple as it sounds.
This is not to say choosing hardwood flooring is complex or confusing. It's not. However, it is imperative the consumer have an understanding of the different types of hardwood flooring. Once you start doing your flooring research, you'll discover what really constitutes solid hardwood flooring.
Let's pause for a moment and talk about why hardwood flooring is so popular. We know it looks terrific. It also adds tremendous value to a home.
Solid hardwood flooring is made up of solid wood planks that are milled from a single piece of hardwood. The planks are then covered with a thin, clear protective layer of substance such as ceramic, aluminum oxide or an acrylic substance.
The plank is solid wood. It will expand or contract based on the humidity levels in the home. This means warping can become an issue. To protect against this, interior humidity levels in the home should be kept to between 45% and 65%.
Solid hardwood can usually be refinished many times over because it can be sanded and re-sanded many times.
Hurst Hardwoods offers both domestic and exotic solid hardwood flooring. Hurst Hardwoods features many of the most popular solid hardwood flooring options in unfinished or prefinished varieties. Contact Hurst Hardwoods today. We are ready to answer all questions about your solid hardwood flooring options.
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