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Experience the Timeless Beauty of Solid Hardwood Flooring

There’s nothing quite like the luxurious appeal of solid hardwood flooring. No fillers or layers, each plank of solid hardwood flooring typically starts as a ¾” piece of hardwood and is then transformed into flooring with unparalleled beauty, warmth and elegance. While solid oak tends to be the preferred choice, there are other interesting species, such as hickory and maple that will enhance the aesthetic of your home.  Our offering of high-end solid hardwood comes in a variety of sizes and colors and all feature tongue-and-groove installation that can be secured with staples or nails to ensure a long-lasting floor that you’ll love for a lifetime.

Key Features that Set Solid Hardwood Apart

Authentic Material: Made from a single piece of natural wood, offering a genuine and timeless aesthetic.

Variety of Species: Choose from popular hardwoods like oak, maple, hickory, and walnut.

Versatile Styles and Finishes: Available in various colors and finishes to suit any design preference.

Durability: Solid hardwood is renowned for its strength and resilience. It can withstand heavy foot traffic and wear over time, ensuring your investment lasts for generations.

Customizable Look: These floors can be sanded and refinished multiple times, allowing you to update them without needing replacement.

Natural Insulation: Provides excellent thermal insulation, helping to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

Pros and Cons of Solid Hardwood Flooring

Reasons to consider Solid Hardwood flooring:

Timeless choice: The beauty and elegance of solid hardwood have passed the test of time. It's common to restore floors back to the original hardwood. 

Longevity: Have comfort knowing that it can be refinished and restored to its former glory.

Low Maintenance: Its simple maintenance and easy cleaning requirements ensure hassle-free upkeep.

Value Investment: Furthermore, be assured that it adds significant value to your property, making it a wise investment for the future.

Keep the following information in mind:

High Installation Cost: The installation costs are higher, averaging $6 to $12 per square foot.

Surface scratches: This type of flooring is prone to scratches and gouges, particularly in high-traffic areas or homes with pets.

Moisture vulnerability: It is vulnerable to moisture, and exposure can lead to swelling, warping, and discoloration, making it unsuitable for moisture-prone areas such as basements.

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