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Get The Right Wooden Flooring Finish

Get The Right Wooden Flooring Finish


Posted in Wood Finishing by Source on November 7th 2011
Interior design fashions come and go. Some are just a fad, but others really catch on and are very much here to stay. In households up and down the country people have ripped out their carpets to reveal the wood that lies underneath. Or they've gone to the trouble of installing wooden flooring themselves. And why not? It's a great look. It's stylish and versatile too. It can add to the charm of a period property and enhance a contemporary apartment, but what are the drawbacks? Anyone considering putting this feature in needs to think carefully about a number of factors. It can be noisy, so might not be appropriate in some flats. Regular flooring can be a little prone to expansion and contraction which spoils the finish. However, there is a solution to this particular problem – . This type of solution has a hardwood layer added to make it more stable. So people get the look and the finish that they are after, but without the drawbacks. An engineered hardwood floor might be just the ticket. Source Woodfloors know their stuff. They've been supplying flooring solutions for customers for many years. Before taking the plunge and going ahead it pays to talk to experts about the right solution for each particular property. With a bit of research and a little help, home owners can pick out the right kind of flooring from all the different options available. Pick the right option and get the right look with a solution from Source Woodfloors.

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