Hardwood floors are a beauty to behold, but installing them can mean gutting your house. Are they even worth it? Thankfully, some options involve minimal hassle. Go with wood that has been worked on in-factory so that the installers can come and lay it down without any extra work. This process takes less time and creates less mess than the alternative. Check out the prefinished hardwood flooring options at Nature Wood Floors with service all across the United States to start reinventing your home.
Types of Prefinished Hardwood Flooring
We offer the following types of flooring:
- Red Oak
- White Oak
- American Cherry
These are customizable, meaning you can set the width and length to your desired specifications without breaking the bank. If you've got something in mind that you don't see on the site, do call, and we will try to work something out with you. We kiln-dry all the flooring and coat it with UV-cured aluminum oxide.
Why should you go with this type of flooring? Here are some of the benefits with this flooring:
While the wood cost is higher -- say $3-18 per square foot -- you are saving a ton on installation costs since the wood is already finished. That'll run you between $6-8 for each square foot.
The finishing process done in a factory results in a far stronger end-product than what would be done within your home. Prefinished flooring has undergone robust chemical seals which you definitely wouldn't want happening in your home! The result is a surface where stains come out much easier and where moisture can't penetrate. These floors will last you a long time without maintenance or refinishing – up to 25 years!
Skip the dust and chemical scent that lingers for weeks; get wood that doesn't need chemicals applied and reapplied within your home.
You will not have to compromise on design in any way when you go with this solution. Your new floor will have all the solidity that a built, sanded floor and finished from the ground up would have. We can also easily accommodate any trim you might have with prefinished flooring.
Is It For You?
These types of floors cannot be sanded down and refinished very many times. It is a thin layer of a chosen material atop a thicker slab of plywood. While you get a reliable and impenetrable floor for a reasonable time, it will start to wear and gain scratches. You can expect a relatively hassle-free experience for a decade or two, but these are not floors you'll be passing down to your children and grandchildren.
With families moving house more often these days, this may turn out to be the more convenient option. We think the advantages far outweigh the disadvantages, but it is, of course, up to you.
Contact UsHardwood floors increase the value of your home on the market as well as in the heart. Prefinished hardwood flooring is a solution that breathes new, long-lasting life into your home without repeated maintenance. Contact Nature Wood Floors in the United States to start laying down your new floor today.