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Hardwood is one of the most popular floorings

 
When you see high-end homes featured on television or in magazines, they almost always have hardwood floors in them. That’s because nothing beats the elegance of an exquisite floor covering like solid wood. Not only does it match nearly every décor imaginable, but it is timeless and never goes out of style.

It’s likely you have considered this flooring for your own home at least once during your search for the perfect floor covering. We’d like to give you the opportunity to find out a little more about it, and we urge you to read on to do so.

If you still have questions afterward, feel free to stop by CRT Flooring to speak to a flooring professional at your convenience. We have showrooms located in San Antonio, Austin, Albuquerque, Laredo, McAllen, Victoria, Houston, Corpus Christi, and Port Aransas, and proudly service all those surrounding areas. We can help you find the right product to fit all your needs.
 

Hardwood benefits you can't miss

 
Hardwood floors have some wonderful benefits. While other floorings such as laminate and luxury vinyl do a great job of mimicking this natural resource, they simply can’t offer you the same durability and long life span. It’s true that wood does sustain some scuffing, scrapes, and scratches over time.

However, if you know beforehand that this is going to be an issue, you can choose a finish that will hide much of it. Hand scraped and distressed finishes not only give a vintage look to your home but can also mask some of the wear and tear that happens with high traffic levels, children and pets. It’s just one of the many ways you can tailor your hardwood floors to your specific needs before they are ever even installed in your home.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Gorgeous hardwood flooring in Corpus Christi, TX from CRT Flooring
 
 
 
If the wear and tear becomes too much, however, you can always have your floors refinished. Solid wood can actually be refinished several times over the life of the floor, but you probably won’t need the first one done for at least a decade or more.

Refinishing gives you a like-new finish that will leave guests thinking you had a brand new floor installed. And since refinishing costs much less than installing a new floor, it’s actually an investment that will nearly pay for itself over the course of its life. You definitely owe it to yourself to check out hardwood floors for your home.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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