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Choosing A Suitable Wooden Floor For Your Home

Choosing A Suitable Wooden Floor For Your Home

Posted in Wood Flooring by Source on March 22nd 2013
There are a lot of wooden flooring options for you to choose from and choosing the right one can seem tricky. People usually tend to go for the following wooden flooring options for their home;
  • Laminate
  • Engineered wood flooring
  • Solid engineered flooring
  • Parquet
  • Walnut wood flooring
  • Unfinished wood flooring
  • Solid/hardwood flooring
  • Oak wood flooring
With this wide range of popular wood floors to choose from, advice is often needed in order to determine what kind is the most ideal for your home.

Points To Consider Before Buying Wood Floors

When purchasing carpets or linoleum, there is always wastage as you over order to cover any inaccurate measurements. However, with wooden flooring a lower percentage is wasted during installation. Especially if you have a professional fitter install your wood floors. In addition, wood flooring is easier for DIY specialists to fit if you are looking to save money. If you want long lasting wood floors, solid wood flooring can last over 100 years with the proper maintenance. If you live in a location where it is quite damp or you want to have wood floors in your kitchen or bathroom, you will need to choose an engineered wooden flooring.

Solid Wooden Flooring To Last A Lifetime

So if you have perhaps just moved into a new home and plan on staying there a long time, you should consider solid wood flooring. After your wood is installed all you have to do is choose a finish. Most commonly they are oiled, UV oiled and then also lacquered. Next comes the fittings which an expert in wooden flooring installation can discuss with you, helping to identify what fitting method is most suitable for you. If you want to know more please contact us on: 08456 021781


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