There are many different species and grains to choose from; among them are cherry, oak, maple, and exotics, such as bamboo and Brazilian cherry. Different floors offer varying levels of hardness. Choosing the correct species will depend on a few things. The first consideration should be the amount of traffic the floor will be bearing. Pet nails, toys, and otherwise heavy foot traffic will require a harder variety. Its important to choose one that is readily available or, in the case of exotics, that the trees are being responsibly and sustainably harvested.
The floor is one of the most important parts of a house. The type of floor you have may not only determine the aesthetic appeal of the home in general but also how comfortable it looks and feels. Hardwood floors are some of the most popular today, maybe because they offer both benefits. Some of the options you have with this flooring are walnut, maple, oak, beech and Brazilian cherry. Engineered hardwood flooring options are also available.
Laminate floors -Laminate floors are floating floors. Laminate is fake - it looks like hardwood, but its not - its a digital picture of hardwood and it clicks together. (There are also versions that look like tile) One of the advantage of laminate is that is less expensive than hardwood - both material-wise and labor-wise and it can often be placed on top of existing flooring without needing to rip it up, so this saves more money in labor.
The colors will get darker and richer when exposed to sunlight overtime. You should choose mahogany hardwood flooring that is a light-color so in due time it will turn darker. The floors dark color will show pet hair, prints, dust, and other debris so you will need to clean it regularly using a dust mop or soft bristle boom. It is more expensive when you compare it to different hardwood floorings. Per footboard, it can be as much as thirty dollars but you are paying for its rarity and durability.
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