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For added value, beauty and health benefits, many consumers like you are turning to wood flooring. Easy maintenance, longer lasting finishes, exotic species, style versatility and competitive prices are some of the reasons for the growing popularity of wood.

Wood floors come in a variety of styles to meet the demands of today’s busy lifestyles. From factory finished, unfinished and solid to engineered, strip, plank, parquet, and acrylic impregnated. Choose the wood flooring that works for you based on lifestyle, decorating style, and the area that you live in.

Wood floors come in rainbow of colors to fit any decor, Unique, one of a kind looks can be achieved with custom stains and finishes. According to National Wood Flooring Association, woo floors come in more than 50 species, both domestic and exotic spanning the spectrum of colors options, hardness and price ranges.

Environmental concerns should also be concern when it comes in choosing wood flooring over other options. They are estimated 60 million Americans suffering from allergies, many people are converting to “healthy homes” or asking that non-allergenic products be specified. Doctors often recommend hardwood floors because they trap less animal dander, dust, pollen, mites and mold-all of which can trigger respiratory problems. Natural hardwood floors reportedly make it easier to reduce home allergens.

Resale home value escalates in homes decorated with hardwood. Realtors’ survey finds that homes with wood floors sell faster than dwellings with other types of flooring. Wood floors have a projected life of 50 to 80 years, resulting in long-lasting value.

Hardwood floors can be installed in virtually any rooms of the house. A verity installation options and types are available, depending on weather the floor will be installed on, above or below grade. For example, engineered products, which are inherently dimensionally stable, are better choice for basement than solid hardwood.
The different types of wood

Colors: Wood floors come in rainbow of colors to fit any decor, unique, one of a kind looks can be achieved with custom stains and finishes.

Species: Today's wood flooring comes in more than 50 species domestic and exotic spanning the spectrum of colors, hardness and price ranges.

Grades: The appearance of wood determines its grade. All grades are equally strong and serviceable, but each affords a different look.

Clear wood is free of defects, though it may have minor imperfections

Select wood is almost clear but contains some natural characteristics such as knots and color variation

Common wood ( No 1 or No 2 ) has more natural characteristic such as knots and color variations than either clear or select grades and often is chosen because of these natural features and the character they bring to room. No 1 Common has a variegated appearance, light and dark colors, knots, flags and wormholes. No 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristic of species.

First Grade wood has the best appearance, natural color variations and limited marks. Second grade wood is variegated in appearance with vary sound wood characteristics of species. Third grade wood is rustic in appearance allowing all characteristic of species.
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