Hardwood / Cork Floor in Tucson, AZ

Everyone loves the classic look of a luxurious hardwood floor, but many people feel like the cost of installing a new floor is too high. Flooring Direct is here to tell you that if you own a home in Tucson, that is not necessarily true. We offer a wide variety of hardwood floors for nearly any budget. There is no good reason to avoid installing hardwood floors, because they have a wide variety of both practical and aesthetic benefits:
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  • They add a touch of class. Hardwood floors make any room more elegant. The beauty of wood will never look tacky or outdated, and they improve a room’s acoustics.
  • It adds value to your home. Hardwood floors are increasingly popular these days, and adding hardwood to your home will impress buyers and increase the price you will be able to get if you ever choose to resell.
  • Hardwood is incredibly easy to clean and low maintenance. A quick vacuum or sweep followed by a little mopping and your floors will be sparkling. And best of all, they don’t trap dirt, dust, and allergens like carpets do, so you don’t need to worry about having those things lingering in your home.
  • High quality hardwood is extremely durable. There are many hundred year old houses in this country that still have their original hardwood floors, and they still look great. Unlike other flooring options that need to be replaced when they start to wear out, hardwood can just be refinished.

The classic, elegant look of hardwood is being chosen more and more often by homeowners in Tucson, and for good reason. It is strong, beautiful, and with just a little care will last for the life of your home. If you are planning a switch to hardwood, contact Flooring Direct of Tucson for a quote today.

We carry hardwood floor by the truckload, featuring Bruce flooring, Armstrong, Hartco, Robbins, Shaw, Mohawk, as well as many imported exotic hardwoods that you have to see to believe. We currently carry hardwood floor from all over the world, and it is all at guaranteed lowest prices.
 

No matter what look you are trying to achieve, we have the materials and the knowledge to make your vision a reality.

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Care and Maintenance

 Once your new floor is installed, you’ll want to prevent scratches. Some scratches can be caused by dust. You can prevent scratches caused by dust with the use of mats or rugs. Buy a good quality broom and sweep your new floor regularly to pick up grains of dirt, dust and other particles. A vacuum cleaner, without a beater bar, can be helpful in between planks and other hard to reach areas.

Hardwood floors with a urethane finish should never be waxed. They require cleaners that won’t leave a film or residue. Manufacturers of “Pre-finished” hardwood floors recommend their own specific products designed for their floor’s routine maintenance.

Do not use ammonia cleaners or oil soaps on a wood floor, as they will dull the finish and performance of your floor. Since wood naturally expands when it is wet, never wet mop or use excessive water to clean your floor. Large amounts of water can cause the wood to swell and may cause your floor to crack or splinter. Being a natural product, hardwood will expand and contract due to moisture level changes. Minimize water exposure to hardwood floors and clean up spills as soon as they happen.

 

 

Types of Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood floors are widely popular everywhere and people have been installing them in dwellings for hundreds of years. Wood floors can be rustic, elegant, or modern and add a flavor that is unlike any other flooring. Despite their popularity however, certain considerations that are specific to Tucson and an arid Southwestern climate must be taken into account when planning a new home, a remodel or refurbishing a commercial property.

Tucson wood floor options will provide beauty, durability and ease of maintenance for home or apartment and can lend a professional tone to the business or office. The best wood flooring for desert climates will be harder woods like cherry and cabreuva.

Beech wood and maple are also good options because of their lower price, although these are not as durable as harder woods. Laminate wood flooring can be used in higher traffic areas because it is resistant to scratching and can be more easily maintained.

In addition, indoor temperatures should be kept as constant as possible to avoid cracking and spaces between floorboards Wood flooring does not attract as much pollen, dirt and grime as other types of flooring and are environmentally friendly as well.

All wood floors can be finished to suit the desired decorating scheme. Wood floor sealants and finishes can be glossy or natural to compliment either upscale or casual interior designs. A lighter stain will provide a bright and airy look to the room, while a deeper stain will enhance drama and suggest richness and elegance. Stain tint is also an important consideration when considering the overall design elements of the rooms where wood floors will be used. Red tints will add warmth, yellow or brown tones will add a rustic feel and green undertones can hint at the beauty of nature.

A Tucson wood floor can add just the right design element to every room, and if chosen carefully and finished properly, will add value and charm to your home or property.

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