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Reliable And Sustainable Hardwood Flooring

Reliable And Sustainable Hardwood Flooring

Posted in Wood Flooring by Source on March 27th 2013
When opting for wood floors you should definitely consider high quality reliable and sustainable hardwood flooring. Once you have decided to opt for wood floors, the options are endless as there are so many different varieties. Wood flooring is sealed to protect it against daily impacts from walking and it is repairable. Therefore, hardwood flooring is sustainable. Having hard wood flooring in your house really makes a decorative statement; it will also last in your house for many years to come.

Hardwood Flooring Is There For Life

Solid hardwood flooring is normally quite thick so they withstand years of wear and the impact of walking on it every day. They can get sanded down many times and this can restore their life for many more years of use. Unlike carpets which need changing after a few years, wood floors are truly sustainable as they are resistant to wear and tear. This enables you to keep your hardwood flooring looking good for a long time. For that reason, you can rest assured that installing this flooring will be a great investment for many years to come. Furthermore, they are available in various finishes so it can suit any home decor you are planning to create.

Different Types Of Wood Floors

You can select hardwood flooring in the following types of wood; Walnut, Oak and Bamboo. Walnut is commonly used in hardwood flooring; it naturally withstands insects and has a decorative look which consists of knots and swirls which are naturally found in the wood. Bamboo flooring is durable and will remain in your home for years if maintained well. Oak wood floors are some of the most traditionally popular types feature beautiful colour tones and grain patterns. For more information please contact us on 0845 6021 781


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