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Today there are more wood flooring fashions to choose from than ever before. At last count there were over 1,000 species of wood, cork and bamboo floors available to you.
The popularity of a wood floor is because of one thing – its design warmth! Wood is as cozy as it is practical. Wood is timeless. It never goes out of style. Wood floors last a long time which makes them an excellent investment.
Whatever your décor design objectives are, the experts at The Show Hardwood Flooring can help you discover the perfect wood floor for you. Because of the variety of species, colors, widths and installation techniques, you can create a custom work of art for your home.
Wood floors have come a long way in the past few years. Today there are more styles of species of wood flooring than ever before. Whether you are looking for traditional pine, exotic Weng? Wood or trendy bamboo-you can be sure to find a color or style to fit your taste.
With today's advances in wood flooring stealing and finishes, cleaning your hardwood floor has never been easier. Regular maintenance requires little more than sweeping with a micro fiber mop and when necessary, a light hardwood floor cleaner for those tough spills.
Wood floor is cozy and intimate, it fills your home with the warm spirit of wood.
Beautiful wood flooring does not cost much more than a quality carpet. However, it is cost effective on the long run. Unlike carpet, wood flooring lasts for years, in addition, wood flooring could increase your house value and encourage buyers to make offers.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, "indoor air pollution is one risk that you can do something about" and added that it is one top health threats. Wood floors can contribute to a healthy living environment since hard surface flooring, such as hardwood, does not trap or harbor dust mites, or mold which could cause respiratory health issues like allergies and asthma.
Since wood is a natural resource, unlike most floor coverings, and sustainable. Long gone are the days when the trees were cut down with little thought for the long term consequences for the future of our world today. Most timber is cut from forests that are carefully managed to ensure continued resources in the future. Recent studies found almost twice as much timber is added every year than is harvested. In addition there is more standing hardwood timber today than there was 50 years ago.