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Natural Oak Hardwood Flooring

Natural Oak Hardwood Flooring

Additional Information Oak Hardwood Flooring Oak flooring offers a timeless look that homeowners love. With its distinctive grain and warm colors, oak has an appeal that feels right at home in any room and with any décor. In addition to adding warmth and character, the longevity and durability of oak hardwood flooring adds value to your home. Red Oak vs. White Oak Hardwood Flooring Oak is a common wood, yet many people aren’t aware that there are two distinct species – red oak and white oak. Between the two, there are only subtle differences when it comes to durability, hardness, and cost. Color and grain pattern are the distinguishing features that set red oak and white oak apart. Red Oak Flooring The color of red oak flooring varies widely from light honey yellow with a salmon tint to a warm amber with brown undertones. Red oak’s easily recognizable grain pattern shows wider lines that often run in zigzag or wavy patterns. Many homeowners prefer how the distinct grain of red oak adds to the look of their décor. This livelier pattern also helps hide dirt and scratches. Learn More – Red Oak Flooring White Oak Flooring White oak flooring presents a more neutral palette with less variation between colors, that range from light yellow to golden brown. White oak’s grain pattern runs straighter and tighter, offering a smoother visual that works well with many decorating styles. Learn More – White Oak Flooring Durability Of Oak Flooring The durability of red oak and white oak makes either one a good choice for areas in your home that get lots of traffic. White oak has a slightly higher Janka hardness rating than red oak, but both are strongly resistant to scuffs, scratches, and dents. As with all hardwoods, red and white oak hardwood flooring will show color changes with exposure to light, although not as much as with other hardwoods. Oak Flooring Construction & Sizes Oak hardwood floors are available in either solid hardwood or engineered hardwood (multiple layers of hardwood bonded together). You have a choice in the size of your oak boards. Oak strips, which are less than 3” wide, create a traditional look, while oak planks in widths greater than 3”, create a sense of openness and space for a more sophisticated style. New Prime Harvest™ Oak A new oak hardwood collection from Armstrong takes the familiar look of oak to a more stylish level. This collection features only select and premium grade Appalachian oak timber to create 3″ and 5″ wide planks. These premium planks are finished in 12 designer shades and two gloss levels. Prime Harvest Oak Collection
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Natural Oak Hardwood Flooring

Oak Hardwood Flooring Oak flooring offers a timeless look that homeowners love. With its distinctive grain and warm colors, oak has an appeal that feels right at home in any room and with any décor. In addition to adding warmth and character, the longevity and durability of oak hardwood flooring adds value to your home. Red Oak vs. White Oak Hardwood Flooring Oak is a common wood, yet many people aren’t aware that there are two distinct species – red oak and white oak. Between the two, there are only subtle differences when it comes to durability, hardness, and cost. Color and grain pattern are the distinguishing features that set red oak and white oak apart. Red Oak Flooring The color of red oak flooring varies widely from light honey yellow with a salmon tint to a warm amber with brown undertones. Red oak’s easily recognizable grain pattern shows wider lines that often run in zigzag or wavy patterns. Many homeowners prefer how the distinct grain of red oak adds to the look of their décor. This livelier pattern also helps hide dirt and scratches. Learn More – Red Oak Flooring White Oak Flooring White oak flooring presents a more neutral palette with less variation between colors, that range from light yellow to golden brown. White oak’s grain pattern runs straighter and tighter, offering a smoother visual that works well with many decorating styles. Learn More – White Oak Flooring Durability Of Oak Flooring The durability of red oak and white oak makes either one a good choice for areas in your home that get lots of traffic. White oak has a slightly higher Janka hardness rating than red oak, but both are strongly resistant to scuffs, scratches, and dents. As with all hardwoods, red and white oak hardwood flooring will show color changes with exposure to light, although not as much as with other hardwoods. Oak Flooring Construction & Sizes Oak hardwood floors are available in either solid hardwood or engineered hardwood (multiple layers of hardwood bonded together). You have a choice in the size of your oak boards. Oak strips, which are less than 3” wide, create a traditional look, while oak planks in widths greater than 3”, create a sense of openness and space for a more sophisticated style. New Prime Harvest™ Oak A new oak hardwood collection from Armstrong takes the familiar look of oak to a more stylish level. This collection features only select and premium grade Appalachian oak timber to create 3″ and 5″ wide planks. These premium planks are finished in 12 designer shades and two gloss levels. Prime Harvest Oak Collection
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Natural Oak Hardwood Flooring

Solid hardwood adds character, warmth and value to any room in your house. Our selection of pre-finished solid hardwood flooring offers you a variety of finishes, widths and options to match your style, from rustic to modern. From oak to walnut to maple to birch to cherry to exotic hardwoods, we offer exceptional wood floors that will help you enhance the look of your home. + Additional Info Hardwood Flooring Hardwood is a beautiful flooring choice that can be used to create any look ranging from traditional to contemporary. Hardwood has gained popularity for its attractiveness and relative ease of maintenance. Benefits of Hardwood Flooring Hardwood floors are easier to keep clean and require less ongoing maintenance than carpeting. Pet hair and dander can be easily removed from a hardwood floor, unlike carpet. Hardwood can be used in rustic or modern designs. Hardwood’s variety of finishes and assortments provide styling flexibility. Pre-finished hardwood floors come with a protective finish that requires very little maintenance. Pre-finished hardwoods are ready for use immediately after installation. Simple sweeping and an occasional light mopping are all that is needed to keep your hardwood floors looking great for years to come. Hardwood Uses Hardwood floors are available in different constructions, which determine the type of subfloor it can be installed over. Consider what type of subfloor you have and what level of the house you wish to install hardwood before deciding on an appropriate choice. For example, moisture can be a factor, as variations in moisture can lead to gapping and warping. Installing hardwood in full bathrooms is not recommended because of the fluctuating moisture levels. Follow manufacturer recommendations relating to moisture before selecting and installing hardwood. For more protection against moisture, use a moisture barrier. Generally, hardwood can be installed over concrete subfloors at ground level or plywood subfloors at ground level or higher. – Less Info
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Natural Oak Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood Flooring Hardwood is a beautiful flooring choice that can be used to create any look ranging from traditional to contemporary. Hardwood has gained popularity for its attractiveness and relative ease of maintenance. Benefits of Hardwood Flooring Hardwood floors are easier to keep clean and require less ongoing maintenance than carpeting. Pet hair and dander can be easily removed from a hardwood floor, unlike carpet. Hardwood can be used in rustic or modern designs. Hardwood’s variety of finishes and assortments provide styling flexibility. Pre-finished hardwood floors come with a protective finish that requires very little maintenance. Pre-finished hardwoods are ready for use immediately after installation. Simple sweeping and an occasional light mopping are all that is needed to keep your hardwood floors looking great for years to come. Hardwood Uses Hardwood floors are available in different constructions, which determine the type of subfloor it can be installed over. Consider what type of subfloor you have and what level of the house you wish to install hardwood before deciding on an appropriate choice. For example, moisture can be a factor, as variations in moisture can lead to gapping and warping. Installing hardwood in full bathrooms is not recommended because of the fluctuating moisture levels. Follow manufacturer recommendations relating to moisture before selecting and installing hardwood. For more protection against moisture, use a moisture barrier. Generally, hardwood can be installed over concrete subfloors at ground level or plywood subfloors at ground level or higher.
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Natural Oak Hardwood Flooring

When most of us think of wood flooring, our minds instantly go to Oak. Oak is known for its durability and long life and because of this, it has been the traditional floor covering used for centuries. Throughout the world, Oak flooring has been seen everywhere from elegant homes such as extravagant European Castles to most rustic settings like Rural Farmhouses and everywhere in between. Oak flooring was and still is hugely in demand because of its longevity, lasting well over 100 years. Evidence of Oak’s durability can be seen in homes built around the turn of the 20th century which still have the original solid Oak flooring intact.

Natural Oak Hardwood Flooring

Natural Oak Hardwood Flooring
Natural Oak Hardwood Flooring

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