Nearly all old or damaged hardwood floors can be repaired by skilled contractors, which may save you a pretty penny on installing new flooring. However, a few key signs indicate when total replacement is necessary: floors with structural subfloor issues; extreme movement between wood boards; and floors that have been sanded too many times, revealing nails or weak joints.
Beautiful Hardwood Flooring
This beautiful, light hardwood flooring blends with the rich, dark wood of the kitchen cabinets and gives a continuity to the rest of the house.
Rev Run and Justine Simmon's master bedroom has been updated to include an earth tone atmosphere, a chocolate accent wall, a fireplace with custom tiles, new light fixtures and the carpet has been replaced with new hard wood floors. Decorative throw pillows brighten up the neutral toned spaced.
Hardwood flooring may not be the most water-resistant kitchen flooring choice, but it is a popular and beautiful floor covering. The wide-plank hardwood in this kitchen is made with FSC-certified hardwood and protected with an eco-friendly wax-oil finish. Photo courtesy of DuChateau Floors