Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 16:37:09 PM. . By Laylah Venegas.
Solid Hardwood Floors, solid hardwood floors are made from one, solid piece of natural wood. The entire plank is made from wood. It’s the only material used, something laminate or engineered hardwood can’t say. Typically, hardwood is three quarters of an inch thick. It must be nailed down to wood subfloors. This will limit many homeowners who live on a slab or under concrete.
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.
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