Like many other homeowners, you have probably dreamed of the day you could take the plunge and purchase hardwood flooring for your own home. With unmatched elegance, these timeless floor coverings have a variety of benefits that will right at home in your home. From amazing good looks and durability to great benefits and an outstanding lifespan, you really have nothing to lose by choosing these floors. What’s more, they add great value to your home that will even increase your home’s price if you decide to sell.
Floorz is dedicated to the complete satisfaction of our customers. We have a vast selection of floor coverings that can fit into any budget, and qualified professional staff members to help you find the best one for your own needs and preferences. We don’t want to just meet your needs, we commit to exceeding them. We proudly serve the areas of Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Lehigh, and Estero, all from our Fort Myers, FL showroom location. We invite you to visit us there, so we can help assist you in making your flooring dreams come true as well.
The amazing lifespan of hardwood flooring is one of the things that draw many homeowners to this material in the first place. Reaching 50 years with ease, it is not at all unheard of to reach 100 years or more with the proper care and maintenance. One step inside any historic building will be all the proof you’ll need, after seeing that lifespan for yourself.
Refinishing is a procedure that helps these floors reach that expected life span. After a few decades, your wood floors will begin to show the signs of everyday wear and tear. When this happens, you can schedule them to be refinished, which strips away all that wear, bringing them back to a like-new finish. At this point, you are even free to choose a new stain color and finish type. Some finishes, such as distressed or hand scraped can even help to mask signs of wear. This gives you more time between refinishing projects and can even extend that already wonderful lifespan by a few more years.
It should be noted that solid hardwood flooring can never be installed in below-grade spaces such as basements. For these rooms, we suggest engineered flooring, or even a nice vinyl-core luxury vinyl plank or tile.