Why is hardwood flooring so popular?

Why is hardwood flooring so popular?


Hardwood adds a touch of class to any decorating style, and because wood flooring can be refinished, the floor will likely maintain its like-new appearance for many decades.

In addition, wood floors do not harbor allergens and are easy to clean. Comparison shopping for engineered wood flooring is fun at Bob's Wholesale Carpet in Lancaster, Ohio.

Looks


You can get any look you desire with wood flooring since wood species, stain colors, plank widths, lengths, and wood grain patterns are diverse.

Wide planks in rich, medium color tones highlight rustic decor, while hues at each end of the color spectrum enhance the contemporary decor. In addition, light brushed, heavy, or handscraped texturing provides a striking look.

Engineered wood


Engineered wood is more versatile than solid hardwood flooring; thus, it is installed in more areas of your home. A manufactured plank floor looks like a solid wood floor with a hardwood surface layer and a base layer beneath it.

Because the base comprises multiple layers of plywood situated in different directions, planks tolerate moisture.

Installation


Manufactured planks click and lock around the edges to form a floating floor that does not require attachment to a subfloor. This means the floor is installed over concrete and most existing hard surface flooring.

In addition, with high-quality engineered wood flooring, the hardwood surface is thick enough for one-time refinishing if the floor becomes worn in future years.

Your area’s hardwood flooring experts

Family-owned Bob's Wholesale Carpet serves an area in central Ohio that includes Logan, New Lexington, Newark, Wesley Chapel, Royalton, and Amanda.

In addition to installation, our hardwood flooring company provides services such as free in-home estimates and flooring repairs. Visit Bob's Wholesale Carpet today to compare engineered wood flooring styles.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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