There are a few key differences between solid hardwood flooring and all other types of floors described by the umbrella term 'hardwood.' When we talk about solid hardwood flooring, we're talking about flooring made from one solid piece of lumber. Solid hardwood has a reputation for beauty and durability. It is known to have a lifespan lasting up to 100 years (or even longer!) with proper care.
Different gloss levels and surface treatments are available. Recoating and refinishing several times is possible and recommended. Minor maintenance projects will add to the aesthetic appeal of your flooring and extend its long life. With species ranging from pine to cherry, there is a wide range of possible aesthetic effects that can be produced to fit your space. Matching the color scheme of your décor to the color of solid wood flooring will create a harmonious effect. Solid hardwood flooring is known for creating warmth in interiors, and it lends a particular kind of energy to the atmosphere. Collapse ^
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Mohawk Channing Burled Oak 3/4" Solid Random Width