Are you remodeling your home this summer? Is it a big renovation? If so, it’s likely you’ll replace the floors in one, if not all, of the affected spaces. Are you just updating your bathroom, redoing your kitchen, or renovating several rooms all at once? Regardless, installing hardwood flooring should be at the top of your to-do list. Hardwood floors are a favorite among homeowners for a number of great reasons. Here’s why you should consider having your local remodeling company install hardwood flooring in your home.
Hardwood is Timelessly Beautiful
Hardwood flooring offers an element of timeless beauty that few other flooring options can. There is a reason, after all, that so many homeowners prefer it. Do you love hosting parties and inviting family and friends over for the holidays? If so, hardwood flooring has the perfect wow-factor to impress your guests.
Hardwood Flooring is Durable
Many homeowners are hesitant to include hardwood flooring in their bathroom and kitchen remodeling plans due to the risk of water damage. Hardwood is, however, extremely durable. And, today protective sealants go a long way towards keeping your floors safe from accidental spills and leaks. Rest assured, no matter what room you plan to install hardwood in, your floors will last a very long time.
Hardwood is Easy to Clean
There are a lot of horror stories about how difficult it is to properly care for hardwood flooring. Fortunately, most of the negative feedback you’ve heard is probably wrong. Hardwood is actually quite easy to maintain and clean, as long as you understand what is necessary. Your home remodeling contractor will be able to provide you with a list of acceptable cleaning products for your new hardwood floors.
Want Hardwood Flooring in Your Home?
If you’re interested in installing hardwood flooring in your home, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of St. Paul can help. Visit our website for more information about our company and the many services we offer. Call (952) 479–8003 today to schedule a consultation with one of our professional contractors.
Edited by Justin Vorhees