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Types

Solid Hardwood Flooring

Typically 3/4 or 5/8" thick and milled with tongue and groove. It comes in various widths and can be nailed, glued in installation. Today it comes per-finished or solid sand and finish in various grades and species.  Most common would be oak as its reprehensible and grows in a wide geographical environment. 

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

As Illustrated above the difference between engineered and solid hardwood flooring is well, just that, one is solid. Engineered will come with layers of various backing cross grained to maintain strength while only using a "Wear area" on the top which is glued all together and then finished by staining and coating with a clear. Today, most manufactures use a aluminum oxide coating for clear which provides longer wear life, however makes the flooring much more difficult to re-finish if at all. Generally, engineered will come 1/2 or 5/8" in thickness and can be floated, glued or nailed. 

Which to choose

Being partial nothing replaces a solid hardwood floor.  It can last for 100 or more years with care and be refinished many times allowing color changes, varied gloss choices and leaves you with opeions if your style or wishes change down the road. However, in the desert hot climate without proper humidifiers a solid hardwood floor can be problematic as it will dry and crack from the excessive heat and environment. 

However, in truth both Solid and Engineered hardwood flooring is considered real hardwood floors. Both are equal in according to a survey of realtors across the U.S., 99 % said that a home with hardwood flooring sold faster and for more money than homes with other types of flooring. 

I-Pro Flooring Specials

We buy in volume and will use varied species and colors depending on market availability.  To keep our package costs down for real estate turns we will buy one lot of a certain color and type that has proven to be high in quality and thus we can afford to pass the savings on to our valued homeowners who are selling their home and do our complete package. 

We will offer the overage to the public market to keep us from having extra inventories sitting around.  Check here often to find our current stock specials you may want to take advantage of! 

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Common Hardwood Flooring

Maple

Maple has become more and more popular with hand-scraped version being a leader for chosen floors.

Maple is one of the hardest woods available in hardwood flooring. It has a very tight and solid grain and is one of the most popular of hardwood floors today. 

Hickory

Hickory hardwood floors are very unique and come from mild to wild in grain patterns.

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Oak

This is America's flooring.  Traditional yet elegant and may come in variety for color and finish that can compliment any decor or stye. 

Also a resource that is environmentally replenished as a stand alone industry. 

Hewn & Quarter Drawn Black Walnut

A very elite high end statement for premium hardwood flooring. 

Red Oak

Perhaps the most versitle and after WWII was used for flooring as a requirement by the FHA for GI returning home in homes they purchased thru their GI BIlls.  Many people pull up carpet in older homes and find a treasure underneath. 

Flooring Facts To Weigh in...

 

Hardwood flooring: It's what buyers want

According to HGTV,  the top request of home buyers and renters when looking for a home is  hardwood floors. In fact, a study of homebuyer preferences by USA Today  using data from the National Association of Realtors found that 54% of  home buyers were willing to pay more for a home with hardwood floors.

Installing  hardwood floors can cost between $9 and $12 per square foot, compared  with about $3 to $5 per square foot for carpet — so some homeowners opt  to install hardwood floors only in some rooms rather than throughout  their home. However, carpet typically needs to be replaced if it becomes  stained or worn out. Good quality carpet can last about 10 to 15 years,  while hardwood floors can last forever.

The return on investment  for installing hardwood floors will vary according to your market and  other factors, but hardwood flooring can often help your home sell  faster.

Reasons to install carpet

Don't count out carpet  so fast! While many buyers and homeowners prefer hardwood floors  throughout their home, some people prefer carpet in the bedrooms —  because they like a softer surface. When you live in a two or  three-story home, carpet also helps reduce noise.

If you would still prefer hardwood floors throughout your home, you could use put area rugs in your bedroom.

This story was rewritten from an earlier version on realtor.com®.