April 20, 2020 2 min read

Are you ready to replace your flooring? If you are, wonderful! E Hardwoods & Flooring is here to assure you won’t regret your choice. Whether you’re investing in new flooring for aesthetic reasons or your flooring is damaged or old, rolling out the spring season with a new vinyl flooring, engineered hardwood flooring, or solid hardwood flooring can be a great thing. We’d know, after all. Why else would we be in the business of selling flooring if not to help our clients capture the joy that can come with such an investment?

 

All that aside, replacing your flooring comes with no small share of decisions you’ll have to make. What color would work best with the room in question? How much are you willing to spend? And, finally, wood or synthetic? While we can’t tackle all of these questions in a single blog post, we certainly can address that final one. Asking if you should go with wood floors is a great way to narrow your options down, but how are you to answer this question for yourself without some background knowledge on wood floors?

Wood Floors: A Versatile, Durable Flooring Type

No matter if you’re talking about laminate flooring, engineered hardwood flooring, or hardwood flooring, wood floors all have one thing in common: their physical durability. With the proper maintenance, they set themselves apart in their ability to stand up to scrapes, gouges, and scuffs.

 

Wood floors are a great choice for households or businesses that:

 

  • Are ready to add a touch of luxury to your atmosphere | While many flooring types can be made to look like wood, nothing beats that sturdy feel underfoot. It definitely sets your home or business apart in aesthetic terms.
  • Are ready for a long-term investment | Certain wood flooring types can last for decades with proper care. If your home or business is ready for a strong, long-lasting flooring type, flooring that contains wood is a phenomenal choice.
  • Want to increase your building’s resale value | Though new floors of any kind can help with the resale value of the real estate, wood flooring provides a sort of classical beauty that works well with many styles of decor, which makes it an attractive asset for buyers. Additionally, interested parties could appreciate the fact that they won’t have to opt for flooring replacement anytime soon.

Many Types of Wood Flooring are Available: Check Out E Hardwoods & Flooring for Your Perfect Fit

Take a look at our online stock here or contact us with any of your flooring questions.


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