Wood flooring and its different types- unfinished, finished, solid and engineered
If you have decided in installing wood flooring then you cannot go wrong. Considering its growing demand we at Sawgrass Floors offer these flooring choices at the best industry rates. Owing to its unmatched natural beauty these floors can easily complement any décor- country, traditional, modern, you name it. Although it goes in just any room but basements and kitchens warrant special considerations. The areas that we serve include the ins and outs of Broward, Coral Springs and Davie
A glance at the different types
- Unfinished- this will be an ideal choice if you desire to apply a custom stain prior to the ultimate finish or wish to match the shade of the existing flooring. It is a good choice to install in the kitchen as it will help in penetrating and sealing the seams amid boards thereby helping in preventing water from seeping between boards
- Finished- the pre-finished floors comes sanded and sealed which means the installation job in its entirety goes quickly. The best part is there are no VOCs and odors and it is all set to walk on right away
- Solid- this is all wood and can be sanded as well as refinished many times. As it is vulnerable to changes in weather especially humidity so it is not suggested for basements that are below grade
- Engineered- this is basically a surface of real wood that is glued to different layers of wood particularly underneath such as plywood. It is this that offers engineered wood a great stability over time thereby making it an ideal pick for any part of the home which also includes the below-grade basements. Resting on the hardwood veneer’s thickness, this form of flooring can be sanded and also refinished just one or two times during its lifetime
The durable good looks of wood floors come in assorted styles and types to fit variegated needs and budgets. While choosing the specific style and type of flooring always consider the following points- wood species, floorboard size, price, ease of installation, the room itself and the type of subfloor. This way you can never go wrong. To learn more contact us right away.