Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 16:02:17 PM. . By Addison Lyle.
Ash Wood, when you see a light-colored hardwood floor, more often than not, it’s ash wood. For those property owners who really like a hard wood, ash is the way to go. Some feel it’s the toughest and hardest wood on the block. Ash can be differentiated from hickory by white dots in the darker summerwood. It’s often less expensive than comparable hardwoods.
Cherry Wood, cherry is a type of wood that darkens as it ages. Like other woods, it can produce a great finish and is easy to maintain. Likewise, it can also be easily scratched. Cherry flooring has been used for many years in the construction industry and is one the most common hardwoods in America. Cherry hardwood is very hard to work with, but it looks as good as any other type after it’s sanded.
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