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Why Choose Plank Hardwood Flooring

May 7, 2012 - If you want to make sure that your house is gorgeous and you happen to have a bigger budget then perhaps you may want to look into getting plank hardwood flooring for your home. You may have heard of hardwood flooring but plank hardwood flooring also makes use of hardwood but it is the installation and the way the wood is cut that makes the difference. If plank hardwood flooring is of interest to you then read on so that you can find out more about it. Plank flooring is installed using wooden plank which may or may not be hardwood. Most people prefer hardwood for it durability and you may want to do the same considering the investment that you are making on your flooring material. Back then, these wooden planks were laid directly over the supportive floor joints and the process is pretty much the same these days except that an insulation layer may be added so that the house stays warm during the colder months.

If you are looking into plank hardwood flooring for your home then you may consider the type of wood that you want to use. Softer woods, like pine is not recommended as they are not really up to the rigors that a floor goes through. Cedar and oak are more common choices and some people even opt for more exotic wood species like ironwood, ebony and redwood or even rubber wood. Some people choose to have their plank flooring finished to a high sheen while there are some people who like a more rustic look to be added to some rooms of their house and instead choose rustic hardwood flooring. The thing about this type of flooring is that it adds a rough around the edges look to any room but it may just be a touch too rough for use in your living room. But if you would like to use rustic wood plank for your shed or your garage then they will certainly finish the look of those rooms.

You may be wondering how these wooden planks can hold up to heating systems. If you are thinking of installing a floor heating system and you have wooden planks in your house then you may need to call a contractor to install the heating system so that they can make some modifications in case they are needed. You can visit http://www.360flooring.com/ for more information on the types of floors that you can use for your home.

Contact Info:

360flooring.com
Ryan LeCluyse
3303 Main St.
Grandview, MO 64030
1-866-592-8169
sales@360flooring.com
  
 
 

Contact Information

  • Name: Ryan LeCluyse

    Company: 360flooring.com

    Telphone: 186-659-2816 , 186-6592816

    Address: ------------
    3303 Main St.

    Email: flooring678@yahoo.com