REAL WOOD FLOORS:
A SOLID INVESTMENT
For most people, their homes represent their largest single investment. Whether you have been in your home for decades, or weeks, the money you spend to improve your home is an investment in your future, so it is important that you research your options carefully to get the most value for your money.
When it comes to choosing flooring for your home, there is no doubt that real wood floors offer the best long-term value. While many other flooring options generally have a life expectancy of about a decade, wood flooring’s estimated life is listed at 100-plus years. That’s value that stands the test of time.
In a national survey of real estate agents, 90% of agents surveyed agree that homes with wood floors sell faster and for more money than homes without wood floors. There’s no doubt that real wood floors add value to your home, so it’s important that you choose a wood flooring professional who can guide you through the process, whether you are installing a new floor, or refinishing one that has been around for many decades.
Wood floors are ecologically friendly. As a natural resource, wood is both renewable and recyclable. Old warehouses, barns, railroad trusses and other structures often find a second use in wood flooring. And, because wood does not collect dust and other allergens, wood flooring is the perfect choice for a healthy home.
Today's wood floors are affordable. Over time, wood floors maintain their value. When other flooring options are looking tired and worn out, wood floors will still look beautiful and timeless.
There are many styles, colors and species of wood flooring available. Whether you are looking for traditional oak, rustic pine, exotic Wenge or trendy Lyptus, you're sure to find a color and style to fit your décor.