Solid Hardwood

Hardwood flooring has been a decadent option for centuries. It’s widely used in homes all over the world because of its ability to create a sophisticated and elegant look in any home. There are several other popular flooring materials available, but nothing else is as beautiful as solid hardwood floors. Hardwood offers homeowners some outstanding benefits that should be explored by anyone looking to rejuvenate their home. With adequate maintenance, hardwood floors can last a lifetime. Seeking out the best hardwood flooring in Ottawa doesn’t have to be a difficult task as long as you know what to look for in a flooring shop.

With classic good looks, enduring quality and tasteful style that will compliment any interior, you can’t go wrong with solid hardwood. Cut from a solid piece of wood, solid hardwood flooring can be sanded and refinished in the future, making the product a long-term investment. Industry standard widths will range from 2 1/4 to 4 ¼ in width depending on the manufacturer. These products are typically designed to be installed via a nail-down installation process and can easily last for 50 years or more with proper care.

Solid Hardwood

Here are some samples of Solid Hardwood Flooring that we carry. Visit our showroom to view more Solid Hardwood flooring options.

Benefits of Hardwood Flooring

People gravitate towards hardwood flooring for several reasons, not the least of which is their

longevity. A top quality, premium solid hardwood floor can last for generations. Other flooring materials can need replacing in as little as five years. Hardwood is also very easy to keep clean compared to carpet. Simple sweeping, damp mop or a light vacuuming is all that’s required to keep wood looking it’s very best. Some flooring materials have a tendency to retain odours whereas hardwood does not. Another advantage of hardwood floors that is often overlooked is that they never go out of style. The appeal of wood has never diminished, unlike some of the interesting carpet or vinyl designs from the seventies.