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Unfinished Wood Flooring - The Floor Is Yours

Unfinished Wood Flooring - The Floor Is Yours

Posted in Wood Flooring by Source on July 15th 2012

Unfinished Wood Flooring - The Floor is Yours

One of the decisions you’ll be considering when looking at your new flooring project is whether to choose a finished wood floor option or an unfinished option.   There is no doubt that pre-finished wood flooring is a highly convenient and logical option, but the freedom afforded by unfinished wood floors shouldn’t be underestimated. With unfinished wood flooring, it's up to you when it comes to your choice of colours and finishes and therefore end result. With a pre-finished floor, what you see is pretty much what you get.  With an unfinished floor, you get the chance to create your own dream floor.What’s more, an unfinished wood floor option generally means a better end result.  A floor which is sealed and finished after installation will generally result in a more even finish and minimal gaps.  Furthermore, on-site sanding and finishing, without a doubt lends itself to extra stability and uniformity, so if these factors are important to you, an unfinished wooden floor is certainly worth thinking about. If you’re planning to install a floor with a border for example or  an inlay or have a specific design as part of your overall project, then an unfinished wood floor is without a doubt the right choice.  By working with unfinished wood flooring, you’ll be able to create the look you’re after once your floor has been installed without being frustrated by the restrictions of your pre-selected finish. If unfinished is the choice for you, these are available as solid wood flooring benefiting from complete and durable wood structure or as engineered wood flooring benefiting from durability, ease of installation and better suitability in wet or damp areas. Please feel free to contact us with any queries regarding your wood flooring on 08456 021 781


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