If you’ve never considered hardwood floors for your own home, maybe now is a good time to invest in a little extra research concerning the material.You might be surprised to find it meets most, if not all, of your requirements for new flooring, from what you absolutely need, to what you prefer but aren’t sure of yet. Solid wood offers so much in one material, it’s hard to learn about it and then turn away. We’re here to help with specifics too, so it will be easier overall.
At Harbor Flooring, our number one priority is you, our customer. We know how important flooring is to your everyday life and as such, it is just as important to us as well. We currently serve the communities of Summerville, Charleston, North Charleston, Goose Creek, and Mount Pleasant, and we’d love to add you to our list of satisfied customers. Feel free to visit us at our Summerville, SC showroom so we can show you how to get your own unique flooring process started right away.
Hardwood flooring makes an immediate statement. It carries a timeless grace that never seems to go out of style, even with changes in trends that so often happen from year to year. These floors bring with them the style and elegance that has been placed in residences, businesses, and commercial settings for more than 100 years. In that time, the durability and functionality of these floors have shone through, offering us more and more reasons to choose it for our own homes.
Making a fashion statement is one thing, and can certainly be done through the variety of options in appearance you’ll have to choose from in this line. However, benefits that stand apart from its great looks make it even more worthwhile as a floor covering. For instance, the fact that it can be refinished when most homeowners are considering reflooring their homes is a great motivator. Refinishing removes decades of wear and brings your floors back to a new look that is as stunning as the day they were installed.
It’s important to remember that these floors must never be installed in rooms that are below ground level. This includes basements especially. If you have an area like this that needs flooring, we urge you to ask about engineered wood flooring instead. It’s an excellent alternative to solid hardwood and functions much better.