By Patrice Conte. Hardwood Flooring. Published at Monday, May 20th, 2019 - 16:31:01 PM.
The final product in the Impressions hardwood flooring line is the 3/4” thick solid hardwood floor Classic Series. The Classic Series features a Hand-scraped surface and 3 colors of oaks to choose from. The Wheat Color available in this line is an extremely popular color that is a light coloring over natural and pulls on neutral tones to look great in any room. This product is 3/4” Thick solid hardwood floor and 5” wide with all 4 sides beveled to define the board. The Classic series features a Vintage Grade white oak hardwood custom selected to reflect the old world look and rustic styling. The Classic series carries a 50 year finish warranty & lifetime structural warranty and can be installed on or above grade. Each plank in this collection is hand crafted individually and is plantation grown making this a green hardwood flooring product. The finish on this product is a water based finish called Perma-Finish, which is a commercial grade finish that shows the grain in the hardwood underneath with more vivid coloring and when scratched doesn't show coloring from the finish. This product is milled from 1 foot to 7 foot lengths with an average board length in the 4 foot range, making this a long board product that is great for large expanses.
Many homeowners today still prefer the use of hardwood flooring because it only takes minimal effort to care for them and to maintain the cleanliness. If you compare hardwood from that of the engineered wood, hard wood is still preferred because they can be refinished many times. In the long run, the value of hardwood can also increase. In order to maintain the life and beauty of hardwood, an ongoing care should be maintained. In our effort to maintain the house floor that is made of hardwood, homeowners must be cleaned, repaired, refinished and protected all the time. Since more and more households are having interests in having hardwood floorings, the Internet can provide you with so many ideas on how to find the right company that is experienced and have an efficient craftsmanship when it comes to this. For example, if you are a home owner and you are in the state of Idaho, you can try to search keywords like Sun Valley Hardwood Flooring, Ketchum Hardwood Flooring, Twin Falls Hardwood Flooring, Elko Hardwood Flooring, and Twin Falls Flooring. To make your search more detailed, you can specify places.
Ultraviolent rays of the sun exposed to hardwood surfaces for long durations, fade and dry-out, crack and cut wood flooring material at accelerated rates. Direct rays of the sun often produce extreme temperature build-up on hardwood flooring material surfaces not blocked by modern advanced engineered glass of today's windows. Closing of drapes to protect wood material contradicts the original intent of installing such flooring material, to reflect light in an otherwise dull and dark room. Adequate application of an approved wax, protects the top and under-lying surfaces, blocking all harmful expose to sunlight, maintaining and protecting the flooring surface with an coating of the top layer continuing the warmth and relaxing nature that hardwood floors provide to any interior room.
Dog hair is another aspect to consider. If you have a particularly hairy dog, it is now (more than ever) time to stay on top of grooming your dog. Regular baths and the use of de-shedding brushes like a Mars comb are perfect for this. Sweeping, vacuuming, and mopping regularly will keep the dog hair up. Dog hair can get in between the boards and snag on just about everything. Keeping your dog properly groomed regularly will help cut down on this. But the fact that you have to face is that a dog is completely covered with hair, whether long or short. That hair is going to get shed around the house regularly and it is going to be a lot more visible on a hardwood floor. Another issue to consider is the kind of hardwood flooring that you are installing. A lot of pre-fab tongue-and-groove-type flooring have gaps between the pieces. Not huge gaps, some are rather subtle, but there is a gap nonetheless. This gap is going to potentially get filled with doggie dirt and funk. Get hardwood with the smallest gaps possible between your boards. In your consideration of the hardwood that you are getting, you also want to make sure that it is a hardwood that can be refinished. That way you can have it buffed regularly.
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