After months and months of intense discussions, shop hopping and research you have finally decided on the hardwood for the floors of your abode. And now you have ordered your hardwood flooring and you are waiting impatiently to get it installed. But wait! Has your service company spoken to you about acclimation? Have they informed you that you will have to wait for some time before your treasure can be installed?
So, your fascination with wood flooring has made you decide on that for your home. But if you haven’t given much of a thought to the type of wood flooring that would suit your needs, then know that you have a difficult choice ahead of you. Though hardwood flooring is the gold standard in flooring, there is a need for some research before you go ahead and give it your final nod. The choice of area where the flooring has to be installed, the type of subfloor, the existing decor of your home and the cost of the flooring are some of the factors that would play a role in determining the type of wood that will go as your flooring. Here are some of the details that you may need to brainstorm on before making a final choice.