When deciding on new flooring, you would normally base your ideas on visual appeal, durability and your budget. If you are interested in installing hardwood floors within your home or business, but also would like these qualities, you should look at a free wood floor estimate in Rockland County, NY with Precision Hardwood Flooring, LLC.
There are several types of wood floors in the market for you to consider. While not every one of them may be suitable to your taste, there are plenty of options for you to choose from. Getting a free wood floor estimate in Rockland County, NY with Precision Hardwood Flooring, LLC can help you make an informed decision about what kind of wood flooring you would like to install.
There are an abundance of factors to consider when making your hardwood flooring decision such as:
There are various types of wood species to choose from. If you want a more solid type of wood, you can look into species like Oak, Cherry or Maple. If there are other types of wood species you are contemplating, we can give you a free wood floor estimate in Rockland County, NY.
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Some home and business owners tend to want either a natural color for their floors or they want a particular color or stain to give the room a more unique appeal. At Precision Hardwood Flooring, LLC. we offer paints, stains and finishes that you can choose to give your room a fresh new look and personality.
Board Type and Width
There are two types of hardwood floor types for you to choose, namely engineered hardwood and solid hardwood. Solid hardwood is made from solid wooden logs and then joined using the traditional tongue and groove at both the short and long edges. It is available unfinished, pre-finished in planks and strips that range from a thickness of 5/16 “to about ¾.” The width of the planks is 3 inches to 8 inches wide while that of the strips is about 11/2” to about 21/4” wide.
Engineered wood is made of several layers of composite material and plywood that are then topped up with hardwood. The thickness of this type of wood flooring range from "3/8 to ¾." The solid wood put on top has a thickness between 0.6 millimeters to about 4 millimeters.
Both floor types can offer you a beautiful flooring solution that enhances the room's atmosphere.