Residential Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood flooring is a common sight in many households across the United States, and that’s always likely to be the case, as more and more people are making the decision to invest in hardwood floors for their properties. The range of benefits and advantages that you gain access to when you install hardwood floors in your residential property is pretty much impossible to beat – so jump onboard! At Madison Hardwood Floor Refinishing, we have provided installation and refinishing services for domestic property owners so many times over the years, and there’s no doubt that they’ve been thrilled with the results that we’ve conjured up. Whether you have an existing hardwood floor that needs assistance, or you’re looking to add a hardwood floor to your property, we’re there to assist you. If you’d like to hear more about our residential hardwood flooring services, just peruse the information below.
One of the considerable advantages of hardwood flooring is its versatile applicability. If you walk through a range of domestic properties, you’ll quickly realize that not only is hardwood flooring present in so many of them, but it can be found in a wide range of areas across the properties too. Some people want hardwood floors in their entryways and hallways, others want it in the living rooms or the kitchen, and even the bedrooms and bathrooms are often using hardwood flooring. Of course, some of these properties have hardwood flooring across the entirety of the building! Obviously, we’re happy to help with hardwood flooring in any part of your home.
Some people are put off of hardwood flooring because they’re worried about the cost of the initial installation – and that’s understandable, there are definitely cheaper options available on the market. But it’s always worth remembering that hardwood flooring is expected to last for decades without any real deterioration, and it won’t need to replaced even then – just refinished. Given that it also doesn’t require a lot of substantial maintenance or cleaning, it’s very low cost once the installation is completed. So, when you think about it, hardwood flooring actually has a low lifecycle cost.
Carpet is a popular choice for many residential properties, but it has a major issue when it comes to the air quality of your property. Carpets trap allergens, dust, pollen, and particulate matter, slowly releasing them into the air on a day to day basis. Hardwood floors do no such thing, and with simply vacuuming and mopping, you’ll eliminate anything that’s present. Better air quality is significant for everybody, but particularly for those with respiratory issues and conditions.
Of course, if you’re a property owner, you care about the value of the building – not just about the quality of living in the space. With a hardwood floor, you’re going to experience an increase in the value of the building, and the salability of the site too. Alongside the practical benefits related to hardwood flooring, this is really hard to ignore!