Are you ready for a change that might include hardwood floors? If so, we're happy to help you along, every step of the way. It can seem like a hefty task to switch from any flooring to something in the solid wood category. But it's a process you might enjoy as much as the result you'll see once it's installed.
Wood floors are one of the most sought after floor coverings on the home market these days. In fact, it has become a selling factor that is listed very high on the description of any available home. So if you're considering this wonderful material, you are very good company.
Carpet Den Interiors can help you figure out all the details that go along with choosing hardwood floors. From choosing the right wood, to the final installation details, you won't have to go a single step alone. We proudly serve the areas of Nashville, Franklin, Murfreesboro, Spring Hill and Green Hill, and our showroom is located in Franklin, TN. We invite you to stop by and speak to a flooring professional. We can answer your questions and show you our full line of wood floors.
Making the decision to switch to this material for your floors isn't as simple as just telling your flooring professional that that's what you want. There are several more options you'll have to decide on. While some might consider this laborious, we think it's one of the fun parts of picking your own flooring.
For starters, you'll want to know what kind of wood to choose. Your flooring professional might ask several questions to arrive at a perfect species. You can expect to be asked about:
- How much traffic is normal for your household?
- Do you have pets?
- Is water or moisture an issue?
- Can you keep up with the maintenance?
These are just a few of the questions that will help narrow down the species field. Harder woods make the perfect flooring for busy homes, while softer woods can be used in low traffic rooms.
Are you apt to have scuffs and scratches that might appear after a short period of time? If this is the case, then you might want to look at finish options. The classic, waxed, shiny look is normally what people think of when hardwood flooring is mentioned. However, there are other options that will hide small imperfections far better.