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When the time comes to lay your floor, you want to do it with the best material. A floor is not something you can tear up anyhow. So you want to choose carefully. The ultimate choice would be a product that gives your home style, durability, and practicality.  Classic hardwood floors in Florida do all that and many more. Hardwood floors are made from a variety of hardwood trees. They also come in a range of sizes, finishes, and colors. Check out Nature Wood Floors to get an idea of what you can use in your home. Types of Classic...

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For clients wanting a light-colored floor, Australian Cypress is a great option. It's softwood with dark knots that appear naturally throughout the wood and that doesn't darken as much as some other species when exposed to light. Only Australian Cypress is more demanding than Red Oak. Cypress Pine is another name for this tree. This severely knotted softwood flooring material is often known as cypress pine. It gives rooms a rustic charm and is a popular choice for restaurants, cabins, and other interior spaces that require extra visual character.   Australian cypress is graded at 1,375 on the Janka Wood...

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Nothing lasts permanently. Even the most versatile, high-quality hardwood floors will ultimately show signs of wear and tear, rendering them unfit for your home. Hardwood flooring might be a good investment for your home that can last a lifetime, but it will need services and maintenance from time to time. A well-laid hardwood floor can enhance the look of your house for decades if properly cared for and maintained. However, time and nature leave their mark on everything, and the floors may eventually show some discrepancies or signs of wear. How can you tell if it's time to replace your...

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Hardwood flooring is engineered to be sturdy and durable. It is polyurethane coated to protect the surface from wear. Wear and tear gets to it eventually. Moisture, heat, and temperature fluctuations also cause damage to the hardwood boards. Heavy usage by kids and pets also damages the hardwood floorboards. When this happens, the most probable question on your mind is, “Should I repair or replace my hardwood floors?” If you are wondering if you can fix damaged hardwood floors, the answer depends on the nature and extent of the damage. Some damage may require nothing more than a slight touch-up...

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Minimalist interior décor is premised on the concept of ‘less is more’. Here the maximum aesthetic potential of space is derived by leaving it uncluttered by unnecessary ornamental items. Clean and regular lines and edges further characterize it. The color palette is monochromatic but accentuated to be impressive. The trick in minimalist hardwood floors is to create both aesthetic appeal and functional appeal. If you go wrong, you may end up with a space that looks both vast and forbidding. The pursuit of an uncluttered effect should not result in a bleak and uninviting space. The room should feel welcoming...

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