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Wood Styles

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  1. Hardwood
    Hardwood floors are a natural material that has its ups and downs. They can be affected by temperature changes which would cause the wood to expand or shrink. Even though this might happen, they can be refinished. It is also recommended that after the purchase of the wood, it should be inside the house a week before installation to adjust to the temperature.
  2. Laminate
    Laminate floors are generally very tough and sturdy but can be very fragile depending on the product the customer chooses. This type of floor can be very easy to damage if around water so it is not recommended in bathrooms or basements. This floor is a floating product and is installed by click locks instead of nailing or gluing. They are great with pets and kids!
  3. Engineered Hardwood
    Engineered hardwood is wood made up of several layers that are glued together. This toughens the wood and makes it a long lasting product. This wood is not affected by temperature change, so it would not cause the wood to expand or shrink. This is a great product to install in the basement of your home because of the ability of gluing it to concrete.
  4. Unfinished Hardwood
    Unfinished Hardwood floors are typically installed if the homeowners want a specific stain color. Home owners have the option to choose their wood accordingly to their own designs. This also gives an option to create several designs that can be inputted into their floors.
  5. Prefinished Hardwood
    Prefinished hardwood floor is a great product to install in homes who's owners would like to eliminate the dust and smell from all sanding, staining, and varnishing. This also allows home owners to walk into their home with new and improved floors faster. These floors are typically tougher than many unfinished wood which makes them longer lasting.
  6. Glue Down
    Glue down floors are typically installed on concrete slabs. It gives the customer the option of being able to install the wood on first level concrete slabs or in the basement. This is the opposite of nail down floor, but in the end it turns out to look the same. The only difference is the sturdiness of the floor itself.