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Hardwood flooring - what to know?

It is important to be sure of the kind of hardwood flooring you need. It depends upon a number of factors such as the kind of wood that fits your style, budget, and space. It is an important aspect towards the installation of a new floor. One more point to be noticed is that wood variety is different from floor variety. We will be starting with the different types of flooring available.

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The Emerging Trends in Hardwood Flooring

Construction of hardwood floors has seen huge advancements. There have been huge advancements in the construction of hardwood floors. These technological advances have made it easier to install many types of hardwood floors. Most of the hardwood floor suppliers can work with customers to find out just how much work they really want to do on their own. For example, you can now order wood floors that are pre-finished -- which does not require you to finish or seal the floor before or after the installation. In fact, it is now possible that the floors finished from the factory can be installed right away out of the box. These types of advancements make it easier than ever before to install a hardwood floor by yourself.

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Two major types of Wood Flooring - Solid and Engineered (VIDEO)

Deciding on what wood flooring type you should install in your home or office, can be very difficult. So to make it easy for you, we have decided to make a video for you with accurately detailed information on two major types of wood flooring - solid wood and engineered wood. In this video we are talking about two major types of wood floors, the Pros and Cons of each type and also what you need to know before making your final decision.

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Wood Flooring Options – What will you Choose?

If wood flooring has always fascinated you, know that you are not alone. In a class of its own, wood flooring imparts an old world charm to the décor without looking outdated. One of the most popular forms of natural flooring which has also stood the test of time, wood flooring has followers all over the world who admire its organic origins, its longevity and its earthy beauty. But did you know how many types of wood floorings are out there? The popularity of such floorings has brought many variants to the market, some real and some not-so-real. It is important to know of the pros and cons of various types of wood and substitutes available before you make your final choice.

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