A Brief Guide To Solid Hardwood Flooring

The best and the most classic form of flooring at home is the solid hardwood flooring. Apart from damages done by flood or fire, the solid hardwood flooring can add a lot of classic décor to your home and also add a lot of warmth and value to your home.

However, it is to be noted that not all types of hardwood floorings are good. Different types of hardwood flooring material provide different characteristics to the floor. Learning about the different characteristics of the hardwood floors San Diego will help you in deciding which wood flooring will be most suitable for your home.

The solid wood floor and the engineered hardwood are different in characteristics and properties. There are various pros and cons for both the hardwood. There are also many other types of hardwood which are mentioned below:

 Tec European Oak Hardwood Flooring

Oak:  The most common type of hardwood flooring San Diego material is Oak. The red oak is more popular. You must understand that red Oak is the name of the tree and it is definitely not the color of the flooring. Red oak is sturdy and can resist dents and other forms of wear and tear. If you are not interested in putting up rugs on your floor and just want to show off the beauty of your floor, it is a good idea to use red oak flooring.

Burnt Ash Hardwood Flooring

Ash: The Ash hardwood is even more durable than the red oak. The sapwood of the Ash is cream in color and the heart wood is tan or dark brown in color. The patterns of the grain in the flooring are also very apparent.

Pine: Pine is not hardwood at all, it is softwood and there are different types of pine wood available for flooring. Pine has the knots and the pin holes and thus looks extremely pristine which is the characteristic of the hardwood.

Stranded Bamboo Hardwood Flooring

Bamboo: The bamboo floors look amazingly good and have been very popular all over the world for a few decades now. They have been unique as hardwood flooring earlier but now most home owners like to use bamboo flooring at their home and thus bamboo hard wood is no longer unique but is still very popular.

handscraped-maple hardwood floor

Maple: If you are interested in light colored but hard floor, do consider maple for your home. The maple has a grain pattern that is very subtle and thus looks very good at home too. Maple too is dent resistant and is naturally light in color.

Now that you are aware of different types of hardwood flooring San Diego, you can now choose your preference for your home.

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