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What do you know about hardwood flooring?

 
We often find that while homeowners do know quite a bit about hardwood flooring, there are also many things they are unaware of, and that’s where we can help. Making an informed decision is the very best option in choosing a new floor covering for your home. It not only offers you more information than you had before, but it also helps to keep unbecoming surprises from popping up at the last minute. In fact, informed options are the only way to go. Why trust something as important as your floors to chance?

Dave's Home Supply strives to provide the very best in materials, products, and services so that you never have to second guess your decisions. We will find out exactly what it is you want and need and then work hard to match you to that perfect material for your home. Our associates are waiting for your arrival at our Medford, OR showroom floor, to offer their services to you. From there, we serve the Medford, Central Point, Ashland, Phoenix, and Talent communities, and we look very forward to serving you too.
 

What hardwood is and isn’t

 
One of the most important things to know about hardwood flooring is that it can never be installed below grade. On or above grade works fine for these installations, but basements, for example, are no place for this material. It’s also important to note that this floor covering should always be given ample time to acclimate to your own space. For most homes, this time frame is from 24 to 72 hours, based on the humidity levels present. Your flooring associate will be able to give you more pertinent information on this fact when you visit.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Gorgeous hardwood flooring in Central Point, OR from Dave's Home Supply
 
 
 

Types of hardwood

 
In the hardwood flooring category, you have two specific types of flooring. The solid option, which is one piece all the way through from top to bottom, and engineered flooring, which simply uses a veneer of the actual material. Both are real, and both look just as good, but certain characteristics are prominent in each. Where one doesn’t work, the other might be a good alternative. For the sake of maintaining a look of total continuity throughout your home, it might be worth discussing this before you leave.

You’ll love the fact that hardwood flooring, whether solid or engineered, can be refinished when signs of wear begin to show through. This process helps make your floors look brand new again, removing decades of use, and you’re even able to change stain color and finish type during the process if you prefer.

Solid hardwood flooring gives your home an elegant feel while offering a look that will never go out of style. We offer multiples styles to ensure you find the perfect fit.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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