For the perfect flooring for your home, one of the best investments you'll ever make is to install hardwood floors. Hardwood floors are a great addition to any home. Hardwood is naturally beautiful and will last a lifetime. For these simple reasons, you wouldn't be surprised if most real estate agents would put "beautiful hardwood floors" somewhere at the top of their list of selling points!
When you're shopping for great quality hardwood floors, some of the best in the business are Appalachian Hardwood Floors!
The Appalachians are one of North America's most beautiful and scenic mountain ranges. They're also the primary source of supply for Appalachian Hardwood Floors, and symbolize what this company stands for. It's majestic forests and mountain peaks are an inspiration, so it's no surprise that Appalachian Hardwood Floors chose to be this mountain range's namesake.
Appalachian Hardwood Floors run through very strict standards to ensure total customer satisfaction. Their experts choose only the best quality wood from the Appalachians. After which, the lumber is milled using state-of-the-art technology, and receives eight coats of UV-cured semi-gloss polyurethane finish. Aluminum oxide is added to the outer layer to provide maximum protection and enhance the wood's natural beauty. Optical scanners are used to measure each plank and ensure ease of installation. As a result, all Appalachian Hardwood Flooring products have industry-superior abrasion resistance, and a worry-free, perfect fit installation.
Solid Appalachian Hardwood Floors are cut to a ¾-inch thickness and are subjected to some of the harshest standards to ensure quality. Because of the relative thickness of the wood, it can be sanded and refinished repeatedly over the years. However, it should be noted that solid hardwood floors have a weakness: excessive humidity. Solid hardwood floors expand and shrink due to changes in humidity, so it is not advisable to install Appalachian Hardwood Floors in high moisture rooms (such as bathrooms) or in any rooms below ground level. Of course, Solid Appalachian Hardwood Flooring is a fine addition to any room that is on or above ground level.
Engineered Appalachian Hardwood Floors are made up of several thin planks of hardwood that are glued together and subjected to the same harsh standards to ensure quality. Because of this, Engineered Appalachian Hardwood Floors can withstand changes in humidity better than solid hardwood, and is most suitable for areas below ground level. Engineered Appalachian Hardwood Floors are also subjected to aluminum oxide finishing techniques, making them long lasting.
Appalachian Hardwood Floors are made with the environment in mind, practicing responsible management of resources and protection of the environment. In fact, it's a point of honor to ensure that all manufacturing residues used are reused and recycled.
For great quality, low prices, and environmentally friendly hardwood, choose Appalachian Hardwood Floors. Appalachian Hardwood Flooring is the finest quality in homegrown flooring, to make a naturally beautiful hardwood floor for your home.