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Hardwood floor installation is the best way to give a new look to your home. The increasing popularity of hardwood flooring is simply due to its durability, classy appearance and versatility to match any interior. Nowadays, you can find a huge variety of options to select one most suitable kind of hardwood flooring as per your requirements. When it comes to choosing a manufacturer for hardwood-based floors the buyer can find number of manufacturers. Every manufacturer offers a wide range of finishing, color, and even there is choice of get it installed professionally. The cost of hardwood based floors depends on the selection of wood type, the finishing style on the wood flooring as well as on the size of the room. Also the labor charges and the wood’s availability could add to the total cost of the installation.
Types of hardwood floor
There are three main types of hardwood floor. Laminate flooring is also another option apart from this which resembles hardwood but it is technologically made from resin.
You can either opt for finished or unfinished solid flooring using hardwood. The best thing about finished flooring is that you can install it directly. Unfinished flooring, on the other hand, after it has been set up requires some finishing work on the installation location. There are two more subcategories which are based on design and thickness. Some types of solid hardwood flooring includes plank, strip and parquet flooring.
Engineered hardwood flooring is also one of the types of hardwood flooring. This type of hardwood flooring contains layers of plastic laminates in between the real wood. Some people confused it with laminate flooring which looks like wood but it is solely artificial.
Hardwood floors that include acrylic products are considered more durable as well as scratch proof. This type is costly as compared to the other two types of wood mentioned above. It is mainly used in commercial settings.
There is a considerable difference of cost for the above mentioned types of wood. The cost of engineered floors is higher as compared to the solid ones but the installation is convenient. The most common wood types that are used include white oak, cherry, pine, red, beech and birch. You may either choose surface finishes or penetrating finishes as per your taste and design requirement.


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