The timeless elegance of hardwood flooring
adds something unique to every space to which it’s added. The warm stain colors, amazing durability, and plenteous benefits make it a go-to floor covering for many homeowners. The lifespan that goes along with it means it’s likely to be the last floor covering you ever install in your home. Easily lasting 50 to 100 years, any historic building will give you a glimpse at what your floors will look like after that amount of time has gone by.
Indoor City offers the expertise that comes with more than 40 years of experience in the industry. With our extensive selection of great floor coverings
and related services, as well as our dedication to complete customer satisfaction, you’ll your project comes to life in no time at all with our professional staff on the job. From our Lancaster, PA showroom, we serve the areas of Lancaster County, Lebanon County, York County, Dauphin County, and Berks County. Stop by our showroom at your convenience to find out how we can assist you in your own individual flooring project.
While hardwood flooring can never be installed in below-grade spaces such as basements, there are many other rooms where it will be a highly welcomed addition. This is especially true of living rooms, hallways, and bedrooms, where the durability of the material can really make a difference. If you’re looking to install this flooring in the kitchen, be sure to discuss with your flooring specialist any special details you should know prior to installation.
Choosing the right wood species is very important for your hardwood floors and can help your flooring reach its maximum lifespan with ease. Since species are rated from softest to hardest, it’s important to match you need with the right functionality. For instance, an extremely busy household requires a very hard species so that everyday wear and tear doesn’t cause it to age prematurely.
The right stain color can often mean the perfect addition to your decor, and you’ll have plenty of options for a variety of colors with your own hardwood flooring. It’s important, with regard to color options, that site finished materials offer more color variety than prefinished materials. It also makes the installation period a bit longer, so be sure to discuss the pros and cons with your flooring specialist to find out which will work best for your project.