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LEARN ABOUT HARDWOOD FLOORING

Whether you’re buying, selling or just upgrading your home, solid hardwood is one of the best value-adds for home interiors. Despite its sometimes demanding maintenance, hardwood creates the most classic, beautiful floors for your house or office setting.

Solid hardwood is carved from true wood, top to bottom. It’s delivered unfinished to your home, where it is installed, sanded and finished for a one-of-a-kind, custom interior.

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      WHY WE LOVE SOLID HARDWOOD

      Hardwood in its natural form is a classic flooring material that lasts for generations and has withstood the long test of time. It’s one of the most prized qualities of vintage homes and adds striking beauty to new builds, and with good reason.

      Cut in full planks with the inherent woodgrain, solid hardwood adds natural beauty to your home. It’s easy to maintain with weekly sweeping and vacuuming, and provides an excellent return on your investment.

      Quality hardwood can retain its beauty for centuries and transcend shifts in trend and style, making it one of the most enduring flooring choices of all time.

      HOW DURABLE IS HARDWOOD FLOORING?

      Hardwood flooring has a durability unmatched by many other woods or wood-replicas. While it’s not recommended for moisture-prone areas like bathrooms or kitchens, solid hardwood performs impressively well in high-traffic areas like living areas, dining rooms, even staircases and bedrooms.

      Unlike vinyl or laminate counterparts, true hardwood can be more easily susceptible to scratches and wear-and-tear—but also unlike those counterparts, hardwood can be sanded down and refinished again and again.

      After decades of wear from toddlers to teenagers, your floors can be refinished to gleam just like the first day you got them.

      HARDWOOD ALLERGEN CONCERNS

      Hard surfaces like vinyl, laminate and hardwood provide optimal insurance against harboring allergens in your home. These solid flooring types don’t invite dust mites or mold growth like carpet can and are the easiest to keep clean.

      With regular sweeping, vacuuming and mopping, you can easily keep pollen, pet dander and other irritants at bay.

      At Atiles Flooring, we carry only the top-quality carpet from tested brands that you can trust. Visit our store today to take a closer look.

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