Types of hardwood flooring
Solid hardwood flooring is one of the most sought-after materials in the flooring industry and for many good reasons. If you’re wondering about which types of hardwood you’ll have access to, here are some facts for you as you shop this fantastic flooring line.
Which wood flooring types do you need?
One of the choices you’ll have to make when choosing your hardwood floors is a species that fits your lifestyle requirements. For instance, if you have a busy household with pets or children, a harder species such as oak will be necessary.
You’ll also want to consider whether prefinished or site finished, also known as unfinished, is best for your home. Each one has specifics that will alter the installation period and the things you might have to do before your installers arrive.
There is also the choice between solid and engineered flooring, which can be used together in the same home. Engineered wood is an excellent alternative for below-grade spaces, where solid wood can never be installed as long as the relative humidity is within the manufacturer’s specifications.
There are other options you’ll have access to, and you can find out more about them when you stop by to speak with a flooring professional. We look forward to serving all your flooring needs.
Find the wood flooring that fits your lifestyle best
When you visit Crabtree’s Carpet and Flooring, you’ll find a hardwood flooring company with experienced flooring specialists standing by to help you browse an extensive inventory of superior materials that will serve your needs well. We will help you match your requirements for flooring and services with accuracy that helps create the trust you should expect from a flooring company.
When you visit our Lucasville, Ohio,, showroom, you’ll find that we serve residents from Portsmouth, Wheelersburg, Piketon, and Waverly, and we’d love to meet your flooring needs as well. Visit us anytime to find the wood flooring that will help create your dream floors today.