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Commonly Asked Questions To Choose An Ideal Wood Flooring!

by Brittany Wolfe Content Writer

Looking to update the flooring of your home and don't know where to start? Wood flooring should be one of your first ports of call. Well, to the obvious reason that wood flooring creates a great backdrop to any contemporary interior while functioning as a key aspect of a period home's historic character. Wood flooring in fort collins consists of everything from solid timber to reclaimed to wood lookalikes, which can be difficult to know where to start. 

Here Are The Answers To Some FAQ!

  • Which wood color is best for your room?
    One of the many natural kinds of wood works well with various decorating styles along with allowing versatility to redecorate your room. White and pale grey wood floors are perfect for low-traffic rooms, and their light color enhances the space in a small room brilliantly. Contemporary and light-reflecting, will however show up dirt and dents pretty quickly. You should often opt for Dark wood floors as they create a more formal, intimate feel in a room, and can also be used in industrial-style spaces for a smart, contemporary finish, especially if used as a backdrop to show off light-colored furniture.


  • What is the ideal length and width of the flooring? Well, it is easy to answer that narrower boards tend to look more traditional than broader ones, while parquet boards, once reserved for period properties, are a hot trend for contemporary spaces, too. If you're considering board widths and lengths for a small room, you should go for longer ones that will make space feel bigger because the floor itself will be simpler.


  • Which wood flooring is the most durable?
    If you are on a budget, you must go for a softer species, such as pine. It will tend to show scratches more quickly but can be refinished and painted every now and then to keep them looking as good as new. Wood flooring in fort collins re among the most durable species, making them ideal for long-lasting looks in a busy household.


  • Which is best: solid wood, engineered wood or solid wood floorboards?
    As per research, we have known that solid d wood flooring can be refinished repeatedly, therefore, it can only be refinished a limited number of times, dependent on the thickness of the top veneer. solid wood floorboards are an authentic choice, that can be sanded and refinished whenever required. Hardwoods, such as Real wood floors add value, with and a sense of appeal and luxury to the home and, despite common misconceptions, can usually be laid successfully over. oak and walnut potentially lasts longer and doesn’t scratch as easily as softer options. It has an ability to benefit from providing longevity to changing the acoustics of a room thereby giving it a warm, rich sound


  • Which flooring finishes the best: paint, oil or varnish?
    Most of the wood flooring comes with pre-finished which means it accounts for its color and lustre which will be seen in the showroom and should be guaranteed to remain just so for some time. You can, however, buy unfinished boards for painting, varnishing or oiling yourself at home. Talking about painting, it is usually referred to as a cheap option for pine boards which provides freedom in order to create a scheme of your own choice. You can opt for a mid-sheen over a gloss or matte finish, which will combine the right level of durability with an on-trend look. Whereas on the other hand, Oil or varnish for a wooden floor both gives a good level of protection, so it's really done to look which will give you a tough, but shinier finish, while oil will look more natural, but is more prone to scratching. The trick is to test out both finishes on a sample section of the board to see which you prefer.


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