Searching for the perfect hardwood floor can be a very complicated process, especially if you are not informed about the many types of products that are available. Whether you are replacing an old, damaged hardwood floor, laying a new floor over plywood or concrete, Jireh Hardwood Floors, can install any of the following Wood Floors types.
Flooring is one piece of wood from top to bottom. Solid flooring gives you a great opportunity for customization. There are o lot of species, (Red Oak, White Oak, Brazilian Cherry, Bamboo, Maple, Ash) Stains and finishes can be used with solid wood. I can be install anywhere in your home except in below grade level. Solid wood floors have to be installed over a sub-floor which is plywood a least 1/2" thick. They come in pre-finished or unfinished.
Hardwood has a durable and consistent factory finish. No sanding or finish is needed which allows for quick installation, and eliminates the noise, odor, dust and depending on the size of the room it can be done in one day.
Hardwood is the traditional style of flooring that requires sanding and finish or stain to complete the look of the floor. They allow for more options for color, stains and finishes.
Made up of several layers of thin soft plywood type of material, that is glued together, which made the wood very stable and strong. The top thicker layer of engineered flooring is the only real wood layer. This layer comes in many different wood types. It can be install in any room in your house.
The technology in construction of today's laminate flooring is so advance that most people can't tell the difference at first glance. Laminate floors use several materials such as resin, wood fiber, and Kraft paper compacted under pressure to create the final product. The flooring is made into planks. The surface of a laminate plank is actually an image, printed from film onto a thin decorative layer, which is then treated with a wear layer. Laminate floors are floating floors, meaning that they aren't attached to the subfloor which plank gets lock together. Laminate flooring is durable and long-lasting, less expensive than hardwood flooring, easy maintain and triple protection against wear, fading, and scratches.