Hardwood Floors

Choosing Your Hardwood Floor

Lacquer vs. Oil
The modern, lacquered wood flooring is extremely tough and hardwearing while still protecting the “natural” coloring of the wood and preserving its warmth and vibrancy over the years. Unlike waxed/oiled finishes that require regular treatment to keep them maintained, lacquered floors take little more than sweeping or vacuuming with an occasional use of a wood floor cleaner. Lacquered finishes form a protective coating that is scratch and water resistant making it the ideal finish for the modern home.

Whether you prefer a smooth finish, a hand-scraped finish or even a heavily distressed floor, Vacaville Floorsr has what you are looking for.

Color Variations
Design elements like colors, styles, and finishes together influences to enhance any room. Wood flooring choices comes from species’ natural colors and even the wood’s tendency to lighten or darken with sun exposure and age. Variances by species in colors range from clean look of the Birch to richness color of the Brazilin Cherry..

Edge Detail
The edge/end detail is the way the edges and the ends of the wooden boards are cut.

Foot Traffic
Generally, the thicker the engineered hardwood layer, the more resistant it will be to damage. Most floors are rated for medium to high foot traffic. You should choose the right flooring for your high volume areas like kitchens to medium traffic areas like hallways.

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