November 11, 2019 2 min read

You’re ready to redo your flooring; you’ve saved up for years for it! Perhaps you know you’ll never be moving houses, or perhaps you want to leave behind a lovely heirloom for your children or grandchildren. Either way, you’re in the market for the longest lasting flooring type around, and you won’t settle for anything different.

 

Good news: many floorings from E Hardwoods & Flooring are warrantied to last for a lifetime. However, certain types of floorings, due to inherent structural differences in their composition, render themselves better choices for someone looking for a financial long-term investment than others.

 

Below, we spill the right type of flooring for the homeowner concerned with sheer longevity, as well as why we think it deserves that title.

Solid Hardwood Flooring:

Though it isn’t a fan of humidity and it needs periodical maintenance to keep it looking fresh, prefinished hardwood flooring tends to come out on top when it comes to long-lasting floors. Brands like Bella Cera hardwood flooring and Urbanfloor hardwood flooring even guarantee their hardwoods will last a lifetime in residential contexts when properly taken care of and correctly installed.

 

Aside from its longevity, why else might somebody buy a hardwood floor?

 

  • Hardwood has elegance and desirability. This flooring type hasn’t gone out of style in hundreds of years, and it isn’t looking to any time soon. Hardwood floors have been used in houses since the American Colonial era!
  • Maintenance keeps it looking like new.Not only can hardwood last for decades, it can do so without visibly aging. Proper sanding and refinishing techniques (the latter of which only needs to be done every 20 years or so, according to some brands’ warranties) keep hardwood floors looking lovely for years to come.
  • Chip and scratch resistance make it a great long-term flooring option.Solid hardwood flooring is just that: solid. Scuffs and scratches don’t stand a chance against properly finished floors! You and those who live in the home far in the future will have the privilege of enjoying a long-lasting, beautiful interior.
  • Hardwood has amazing resale value. Many realtors say that buyers expect hardwood in a home. A 2017 article from realtor.com claims that hardwood floors can offer up to an eighty percent return on investment, too. Hardwood both attracts buyers and encourages them to spend more on your house.

Looking for a Long-Lasting Investment? E Hardwoods & Flooring Can Provide

Our online stock of hardwoods is seemingly endless, consisting of all the best brands. See what we have to offer here or contact us with any questions.


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