Wood flooring has been a favourite choice of many homeowners and the trend is set to continue in 2021. Solid Oak flooring or Engineered Oak flooring is preferred in one area of the house to break the monotony or to give a warmer and cosy ambience. It is also much faster and cheaper to install than marble or tile.
With such a variety of flooring options available, it will be daunting to decide which flooring is good for you. You should choose a design which suits you now and in 20 years. Choosing the perfect wooden floor for your home interiors can be very confusing too. And because making the wrong choice can cost you a fortune, we are here to make the process much simpler for you.
Our executives inspect your space thoroughly and come up with the best wooden flooring option for you. The different kinds of wooden flooring include:
- Solid Oak Flooring: Solid hardwood is procured by milling solid wood and comes in unfinished and stained options. If you buy it unfinished you get to select the colour you need to stain it. And if you buy a pre-finished version you saves time as it arrives ready to be installed.
- Engineered Oak Flooring: Engineered hardwood is nothing but layered hardwood and plywood with medium-density fireboard backing. It is highly suitable for high-moisture areas.
- Bamboo flooring: It is twice as hard as oak as to obtain the bamboo floor, bamboo fibres are compressed under intense heat and pressure to create the flooring option.
- Laminate: Available in many textures, Laminate flooring is a popular choice as it I easy to install and maintain under all circumstances.
- Vinyl Plank: These are planks that look exactly like wood or tiles. They are super durable and feel great underfoot.
- Wood-like tile: These are tiles that look as good as wood. They look really smart when installed in kitchens and bathrooms
- Cork flooring: Cork flooring is not just sound-proof but it offers natural cushioning and great heat insulation too. Cork is obtained by peeling off the bark of the tree, leaving a protective layer intact that allows it to regrow.
There are many do’s and don’ts one needs to be aware of before installing these floors. At Nexus flooring, our executives are there to help you at each step of renovating or creating your dream space.