Trying to decide between prefinished hardwood flooring and unfinished hardwood flooring? We understand—hardwood is beautiful, timeless, and one of the most popular types of flooring around. But putting in unfinished hardwood floors and finishing them in your home can fill your house with dust and debris while taking weeks to complete.
Thinking about putting wood floors in a bathroom? If so, at least one naysayer has probably already tried to steer you toward different types of flooring. And yes, wood flooring in the bathroom is risky. But don’t give up hope just yet! If done correctly, a wood floor bathroom can survive years of steamy showers and bath time splashes.
Looking into the advantages and disadvantages of engineered wood? Starting to get ridiculously overwhelmed trying to understand all the pros and cons of engineered flooring? Never fear! It’s time to stop and take a breath. We’re here to help. This guide will walk you through all the engineered wood advantages and engineered wood disadvantages you need to know about. Once you know the pros and cons, you’ll be able to decide whether engineered wood is the right type of wood flooring for you!
Morning sunshine? Check. Hot coffee in a heavy mug? Check. Fuzzy socks sliding across smooth floors? Check. Oh yes, friend. We’re talking about sunroom flooring. From spring to fall, your sunroom provides a bridge between the great outdoors and the comfort of your home. And if you’re one of the lucky ones in California or Florida (jealous), your sunroom can be used all year round.