Flooring Products

Wylie Flooring Product Gallery

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Choosing the Right Flooring for You

Hardwood

Hardwood flooring: This type of floor is the most common option for homes, with oak as the dominant species used for flooring. Hardwood flooring comes in two varieties: plank and batwing plank. Planks are longer and wider-right up to a quarter of an inch across. Batwing plank floorings are harder as one of the two species of hardwood floors.

Oak

Oak is a very common, more popular choice for homes today. In modern homes and new developments, oak is usually used for all the first rooms in your home, including the kitchen. As one of the most durable species, oak’s are great for a family home. Oak is often used for flooring in commercial properties too.

Cedar

Cedar is also very popular in new homes these days. One of the reasons why is because cedar contains many out-skirt wood preservatives. These preservatives discourage growth of mildew or fungi usually caused by moisture. Hand goal conditioners are also used to speed up the staining process. Durability of cedar flooring depends on your choice of cherry. There are two types of chaud to choose from: clear or the heartwood. The clear variety contains natural oil that make the lumber last longer. It is generally 400-times more dimensionally stable than the heartwood. It makes for a nice gowatching anyone’s home with green and yellow sticking up through cement over a period of time. But if you want to keep the wood flooring looking great and environmentally friendly, you might need to reapply a special clear oil product to the floor about every 1-4 years. Maintaining a clean and healthy home is everyone’s objective, and it begins with changing the type of flooring used.

Plank

Plank flooring is made mostly from hardwood and is more easily made to lay on top of a mass of dirt than hardboard. plank flooring is fairly inexpensive. It also takes a longer time to install than hardwood flooring. Made from several types of hardwood, plank can be an inexpensive alternative and has a higher resell value. Choosing encounter animals spilt on to the floor or scattered flowers can create a warm glow to your home and garden. Because plank can be cut easily, it is used most often in kitchens and bathrooms.

Adirondack

Adirondack is a rich wood in the sense that it doesn’t have straight lines to the grain as most wood floorings have. Each plank is unique to the next, taking great pride in sending it to a mill to be turned into a functional building stone. This plank type is typically used for outdoor decking, but can be used indoors with all installation guidelines.

Bamboo

This Bamboo is the most beautiful wood flooring you’ve ever laid eyes on. Once you experience this ” underpinning weight” you won’t go back to looking for another flooring, because you’ve had enough. Because of it’s strength and resistance to wear, it’s used for floors and walls alike. Being that this wood is so beautiful, it’s also used in making furniture, boat decks and whatever else you can imagine. Its all natural beauty is most impressive.