Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 16:42:22 PM. . By Laylah Venegas.
Wide-Plank Hardwood. Installing hardwood floors in the kitchen continues to be a favorable trend amongst homeowners. The updates in wood flooring include wider-planks, darker stains and a growing interest in gray tones. Technically speaking, "wide-plank" means installing boards that are wider than three inches, give or take about 14-inch.
Since solids are made from one wood slab, they are very easy to sand and refinish. As a result, solid hardwood is much more durable than laminate or engineered, offsetting some of the upfront costs. Furthermore, as we noted in Carpet & Hardwood Flooring: How They Compare, hardwood will easily last longer than carpet with proper care and maintenance.
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