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Finding your dream floors in hardwood flooring

Once you install solid hardwood flooring in your home, it’s likely to be the last time you ever have to floor shop again. With life spans that easily average 100 years with proper care and maintenance, you’ll enjoy the great beauty and benefit of these floors for the life of your home. This material offers an amazing and timeless elegance that easily blends in with any decor or design, especially various colors. Better still, you can remain very trendy without having to switch floors coverings, as this one matches so many of them.

Cash Carpet & Tile has more than 25 years of experience in offering our customers an extensive line of floor coverings and relevant services that come together to create the flooring of your dreams. As a family-owned business, we place your satisfaction in first place, as if we were flooring our own homes. From our Lecanto, FL showroom, we serve the areas of Lecanto, Inverness, Hernando, Crystal River, Homosassa, Beverly Hills, Ingles, and Dunnellon. We’d love to serve you as well, so we invite you to visit us soon. Let us know what your project entails and we’ll help you get started, right away, on the best ways to finish it.

Hardwood has plenty of options and benefits

Finding a floor covering that is as long-lasting as it is easy to personalize can be an ordeal. However, hardwood flooring offers those choices with ease. The length of lifespan in this material line can be incredibly extensive. If you’ve ever been inside a historic building, you may even have found some of their flooring to be nearing 200 years. It’s just an example of how proper maintenance techniques can extend the life of these floors.
Gorgeous hardwood flooring in Inglis, FL from Cash Carpet & Tile

Choosing the perfect hardwood

Choosing a wood species is very important when deciding what kind of floors you want. Each species has its own colorations, graining patterns, strengths, and other characteristics. They are also rated for hardness, with some being much harder than others. This means that if you have a busy home, you’re going to need more protection for your floors in the form of harder materials. These withstand the brunt of all the everyday wear and tear and leave you with better-looking floors for much longer.

Be sure to speak with your flooring specialist before attempting to install this material yourself, which is not suggested. In addition to the need for acclimation, there are other important factors you should know and we’ll be happy to discuss with you.

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