Hardwood Flooring Options
Oak: One of the most popular hardwood flooring options due to its dense and strong composition, oak is a timeless and very water resistant option for any home interior living space. Oak comes in a multitude of colors and is essentially the go to option for homeowners looking for a wooden flooring option because of its aesthetic appeal and versatility.
Maple: Another popular hardwood option for homeowners, maple is a highly durable and strong type of wood that fits into both home and commercial space. It’s strength and hardness makes it very resistant to dents and fractures, yet it has a light and clean natural finish that makes it very appealing as well.
Ash: A great hardwood that won’t break the bank, ash is probably the least expensive option for people looking to install new wood floors. Moreover, ash comes in more than 30 different varieties so it’s important to know which type you are getting. Ash is also highly durable and gives off some beautiful patterns.
Mahogany: Mahogany is a very rich, elegant looking wood type that is a bit more expensive than the rest on the list. This beautiful wood is often used to evoke a classic and timeless look and is well worth the price.
Hickory: Hickory floors are another extremely durable wood that goes well with many different decors. This type is great for a rustic setting but is also extremely versatile for various stylistic options.
Cherry: A lighter wood type with a pink hue that gets deeper with age, Cherry is a great option for homeowners looking for an elegant and light vibe. It is important to note that cherry wood does scratch easier than most types, but with periodic refinishing it will undoubtedly be a lasting option.
Brazilian Cherry: Similar to it’s cousin cherry, brazilian cherry wood floors have a distinct, reddish-brown hue that is elegant yet durable. It is often used for both residential and commercial establishments.
Walnut: One of the strongest hardwoods out there, walnut is an awesome choice for any homeowner looking for a rich and durable wood. There are different species, but most yield a very dark color that is nicely contrasted with lighter room patterns.
Pine: Pine is actually a softwood, and therefore more susceptible to dents. However, over time, pine develops a very rustic and beautiful texture that can be easily refinished when needed.
Bamboo: Contrary to popular belief, bamboo isn’t a wood at all. In fact, bamboo is actually part of the grass family. It is extremely durable and often much less expensive than traditional hardwood making it a very sought after option for homeowners and building managers. It should be noted that bamboo does not do well in damp or humid environments though.
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