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Hardwood floors can take a room from drab to fab

Star Interior Resources offers a large selection of elegant hardwood flooring options for your home. Not to mention hardwood flooring is easy to maintain for every day wear. When selling a home, hardwood is often seen as an added bonus to potential buyers. There are two options when selecting a hardwood solution. Choose from solid hardwood that can later be refinished as trends evolve or select prefinished hardwood that allows for selective replacement of damaged areas.
If you’re unsure of which hardwood flooring is best for you, contact one of the Star Interior Resources experts to help you make the right decision.

Hardwood benefits

Each piece of natural hardwood is unique and bares its own characteristics. The color of the hardwood is determined by the part of tree that it was cut from. Natural variations in the color and grain are normal and to be expected. The pattern in the wood may also vary from plank to plank. Many agree that this is what makes hardwood so beautiful.
If you’re not sure hardwood flooring is best option for you, consider engineered hardwood. It is just as beautiful as natural hardwood, but it will maintain its shape much better.
Gorgeous hardwood flooring in Plano, TX from Star Interior Resources
Engineered wood floors refer to products that have multiple layers of wood glued and pressed together. Engineered wood floors have layers of wood that are cross-laminated for dimensional stability. These floors will be less affected by moisture than solid wood floors. Engineered wood floors can be installed on grade, below grade, or above grade in almost any room in the home. Engineered wood floors have several options of installing; nail down, staple down, glue down, and some can even be floated.

Hardwood maintenance and installation

Hardwood moves. Wood floors will move throughout their time in your home. Wood floors will expand and contract due to temperature, humidity, moisture, and general warping overtime. Hardwood does not expand and contract equally overtime. Therefore your hardwood floors may move. Our flooring experts have the answers you need to make the proper decision for your floors.