Features and Functions of Wooden Flooring Display Stand, and How to Maintain?

1. Features of wooden flooring display stand

It is characterized by a beautiful appearance, firm structure, free assembly, quick disassembly and assembly, and convenient transportation. And this kind of displays stand has a noble and elegant style, which can bring a good decorative effect and make the wooden floor show extraordinary charm.

2. The method of wooden flooring display stand

To achieve the desired results, some preparation is required. The first is the selection of raw materials for displays stand: display stand panels are generally made of environmentally friendly wood and high-quality paint. If the board is not an environmentally friendly board, the displays stand will have a great smell of formaldehyde after it is made. The smell of formaldehyde is not only unpleasant but also very harmful to the human body.

The second is the practical value of the floor covering displays. The displays stand designer must design a display stand with novel style, comfortable operation and enough storage form for each group of customers. Just like wooden floors of different materials, different storage methods are required. When product designers design, they must not only consider these external factors, but also consider the industrialized production model, and also rely on the existing mature technology to facilitate production and improve product design standards in order to be recognized by customers.

Finally, some light sources can be added. In the design of displays stands, light and color have the most direct and strong emotional impact on the audience. Therefore, light and color are one of the important means for designers to render the display atmosphere and create a space mood. The wooden flooring display stand with novel concept, bright theme, unique style and rich artistic expression should be combined with modern fashion and popular elements, and be cleverly conceived and designed. Through the contrast and design of display methods, colors, lighting and other elements, an atmosphere and tone can be created, bringing consumers visual pleasure and stimulating potential consumers’ desire to buy.

Therefore, as long as the wooden flooring display stand has these points, it will definitely play a better role. If you are looking for such a display stand, our display equipment is a good choice.

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3. How to Maintain Wooden Flooring Display stand?

In addition to solidity, safety, timeliness, economy and other factors of the wooden flooring display stand are within the customer’s consideration, and resistance to dirt is also a major factor. Some customers bought the display rack and used it for a period of time, and it was stained with a lot of dust. The surface looks not as brand new as before. The bright colors also become dim. In response to this question, we usual advice is: physical cleaning. The details are as follows.

Ⅰ. Maintenance method for wooden flooring display stand: wipe with milk

The wooden flooring display designed and produced by the manufacturer is all painted with a beautiful appearance. If it is placed in a dusty exhibition hall, and a lot of dust will accumulate after long-term use, you can simply wipe it with expired milk and wrung out rags. The protein in milk can combine well with dust and take away most of the dust on the surface of the paint.

Ⅱ. Maintenance method for wooden flooring display stands: wipe with tea

If there is no expired milk and you don’t want to waste fresh milk, it is also a good way to wipe the wooden flooring display with tea. Tea can make the surface of the displays equipment cleaner and brighter. Note: After wiping, please use warm water to wipe off the tea stains from the surface of the display stand.

Ⅲ. Maintenance method for wooden flooring display stands: lightly wipe with white vinegar

Vinegar is really a good thing that it can be used everywhere. Vinegar has the function of sterilization and deodorization, and is slightly corrosive. So for those wooden flooring display stands dust that is a little difficult to clean, using vinegar is a good way. Its effect is greater than that of milk and tea. These are common products in daily life. When you are free, you can clean up the dust, which will not affect your work efficiency, but can also enhance the image of the wooden floor exhibition hall.

4. The service life of the wooden floor display stands

Different types of wooden floor display racks and floor display racks in different environments have different service lives. Here we only discuss how long the flooring display racks can be used in an ideal or hypothetical state.

Wooden floor steel display rack: This type of display rack is made of special high-quality steel. Under non-artificial circumstances, the service life of general steel display racks is relatively long, which can reach 5-8 years. The only thing that restricts his usage time is the display rack style and rust.

MDF floor display rack: MDF has a shorter service life than steel materials. And mdf displays is easily affected by a humid environment. Usually 3-5 years can be achieved with good maintenance.

5. Tips for extending the service life of wooden floor display stands

Reasonable environment, whether it is steel material or MDF material, the wooden floor display rack needs to be in a dry environment. The wooden floor display racks are not placed in dangerous places. The display racks are relatively fragile and only play the role of display. Remember to place them in places where the ground is unstable and vulnerable to attack. Be gentle, and remember to be gentle and not rude when placing samples. The end result of using brute force is a reduction in the lifespan of the wooden door display stands.


How to clean your hardwood

Hardwood floors are unique. They add taste, style, and elegance to your home. We all know that wood floors are an expensive purchase. Therefore, it is important to keep them looking just as they did when you first installed them. Although not all hardwood floors are the same, they all need special treatment to keep them clean. The first step is simple—make sure you have a soft bristle broom in handy for those daily dust removing touch ups. Avoid using brooms that have hard bristles because they may damage the floors. If you choose to vacuum, be sure not to scratch the floor. The hose attachment may be helpful to gather extra dust near the baseboards of the floor. The attachment is a safer choice because it is difficult to repair damaged wood caused by a vacuum. If a water spill occurs, wipe it immediately with a towel. Use a dry-damp mop so that extra water does not seam into the floor. Now that the simple cleaning rules are understood, more extensive care may have to occur if the floor is beginning to look dull. If this happens, waxing and buffing the floor can be done by using a buffer machinurle. Most of the time, wood floors needs a good mop cleaning when it comes to certain stains that are sometimes unavoidable, especially with a full house. Most of the time, a damp cloth will do the trick. Remember to dry the spot so that water is not left behind. Of course there are products and solutions on the market that help when it comes to spills or accidents. Most products contain wax which gives the floors an extra glow. Depending on the type of floors in your house, it is always best to find a solution best fit for the kind and quality of floor you have. Important tip: Be sure to never dump an entire bucket of solution onto the floor. It could leave unwanted streak marks. Remember that to keep your hardwood in its best condition, maintain its quality by cleaning and dusting it frequently.

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How your wood floors reflect your style

The correct flooring and texture go hand in hand with the interior design of your home. It has much to do with the layout, feel of your home, and the style that you wish to have. Wood flooring has become a very popular, modern trend that many have become fond of as an addition to their homes.

Design sets a sense of style that catches an eye when entering a room. In order to choose your perfect hardwood flooring, design is the first step that factors into your transformation. It is ultimately the most important decision when it comes to choosing the correct flooring.

In fact, your own inspiration is what sets the decision making process. Start with a plan. How would your room look in order for you to be content with it when you walk in? Ask yourself a few more questions. What objects in your home inspire your lifestyle? Do you enjoy a modern look? A contemporary one? Or are you more traditional when it comes to the comfort of your home? Of course, there are many more factors that go into the decisions of creating your newly designed room. Considerations include the size of the room, color of the walls, and the idea that the colors must complement each other for the final product to be beautiful. It is important to remember the color of your floors should not match perfectly with your walls or furniture. Diversity is key, but it should also be done tastefully. The color of your wood floor can be light, natural, or a darker stain. It is all up to your own preference.

Remember, plenty of design magazines and books have even more visual tips to help create your perfect home. When your interior style changes, there are many things you can do to re-arrange the look of your home. Furniture and accessories say it all when a change of heart occurs!

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Environmental Facts of Hardwood Floors

8 Environmental Facts of Hardwood Floors:

  • Average annual net growth for hardwoods is greater than average annual removals
  • Trees absorb CO2 from the air and store it
  • Indoor air quality is better with wood floors
  • Wood is a carbon neutral product that produces oxygen during its growth cycle and stores carbon during its service life
  • Wood floors use less water and energy to produce than other flooring options .
  • At the end of its service life, wood flooring can be burned as fuel or recycled
  • Wood floors last hundreds of years, so they won’t need to be replaced as often as other flooring options
  • While it takes most hardwood trees 40-60 years to mature, the inventory planted today won’t be needed for 100-plus years

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Hardwood flooring layout and positioning

Hardwood floors can create special effects, appearance, feeling and presentation by the position of the wood planks and layout when installed in your home. There are a few ways this can be done. Let’s take a look.

Parquet
This non-linear style can installed in various directions which can create a geometric design in your room. There are a wide range of patterns that can be done.

Length
If you want a room in your home to appear longer you may want to consider having your hardwood floor installed lengthwise.

Random Width Planks
By using 2 or 3 different sized wood plank strips you can break up the monotony rather than using all same size planks and give a little more variance and character in a room.

Diagonal
Installing the flooring at a diagonal angle can offer you a room with a more stylish character and much less boxy feel.

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Laminate Floor and Engineered Hardwood

Laminate Floor
laminate floor may satisfy your needs when a solid hardwood floor has been eliminated as a feasible option. Laminate flooring is durable, scratch- resistant, and designed for high traffic areas. It is also very easy to maintain, with an attractive quality that separates it from other flooring options. But here is where it parts ways with both solid hardwood flooring and engineered hardwood flooring; laminate flooring is an imitation of real wood. Actually, it’s literally a photo of real wood, constructed with a top photographic layer laminated with an aluminum oxide finish. This finish gives laminate floors their rugged resistance to abrasion. Beneath the photograph or “décor” layer is layer of dense fiber board which is strong and serves as a good core. A bottom layer or “backing” will act as a stabilizer as well as providing moisture protection. So in very clear ways, laminate flooring is quite different from both solid hardwood flooring and engineered hardwood flooring. A solid hardwood floor is, of course, made completely of a natural hardwood species; an engineered hardwood floor has a single top layer of natural hardwood. So while both solid hardwood and engineered hardwood contain real hardwood species, a laminate floor contains no hardwood species at all. Technically then, if you have a laminate floor, you don’t have a hardwood floor.
Much like engineered hardwood floors, you can typically float laminate floors. But, you can’t glue laminates to a sub-floor, nor can you nail them down. A laminate floor requires an underlayment. Many lines of laminate floors have incorporated a tongue-and-groove design which makes it very easy to install, particularly if you’re not a professional.

Engineered Hardwood
If you were to ask which of the two options was closer to solid hardwood, the answer would be engineered hardwood flooring, simply because engineered hardwood contains a top layer of real hardwood. This top hardwood layer lends the floor an air of authenticity without the additional expense. The look and feel of solid hardwood is reflected in your flooring, but with an additional layer of either high density fiber or multiple layers of plywood underneath. This additional layer is what is called a core. The core in the engineered hardwood flooring gives you a considerable advantage in certain areas where solid hardwood would not be as suitable; for example, it is designed to reinforce the hardwood when it is exposed to humidity or other environmental factors which can damage solid hardwood.
You can float an engineered hardwood floor as well, unlike solid hardwood, with locking systems designed for an easier installation. There are some varieties of engineered hardwood flooring that can be glued down to a concrete sub-floor. The glue acts similarly to an underlayment to protect the flooring from temperature changes and moisture. Many types of engineered hardwood feature a locking system with a great deal of flexibility: you can put it down, and take it up when it’s time to move.

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How were engineered hardwood floors invented?

Prior to the second world war most homes in America had solid hardwood flooring. Homes were built on raised wooden sub-floors which allowed for solid wood to be installed by nailing the planks into the sub-floor.

When World War II ended in 1945 all the young vets were coming back home. They were getting married and starting families and so the building industry saw a spike in the demand for new homes. New homes needed to be built quickly and inexpensively. So as a result tract housing neighborhoods were developed and concrete slab foundations were developed as a new technology replacing raised wood sub-floors.

This created a problem for the hardwood flooring industry because you could not put solid wood directly on concrete. So the need for new types of flooring grew in demand. More homes were installing linoleum and wall-to-wall carpet.

So the wood flooring industry which lost a tremendous amount of market share basically had to get together and come up with a hardwood floor that could be glued or floated directly on a concrete slab and be resistant to moisture… the Engineered Hardwood Floor was born.

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Cleaning and caring for your wood flooring

Cleaning and caring for your wood flooring is simple. But there are a few guidelines you should be aware of to keep your investment in tip-top shape.
DO consult with an installer, the finisher or the manufacturer if there is any doubt of the kind of floor finish.
DO place mats and throw rugs at doorways, exteriors and interiors to help prevent the tracking of grit, dirt and sand.
DO put plastic or fabric-faced glides under the legs of furniture to prevent scuffing and scratching.
DO trim and file your pets claws regularly to help prevent small scratches.
DO place an area rug in front of the kitchen sink to catch water.
DO sweep, vacuum or dust mop.
DO clean spills with cloth, paper towel or napkins.
DO close curtains and blinds during the day when possible as direct sun exposure for an extended period of time can dry and/or fade natural wood.

DON’T move heavy furniture without protecting wood flooring by slipping a piece of cloth or pile under the legs or covering each leg.
DON’T ever wet-mop a wood floor; standing water can dull the finish, damage the wood and leave a discoloring residue.
DON’T wear cleats, sports shoes and high heels on your wood floors as they can dent any floor surface.
DON’T allow abrasives such as sand and glass to sit on your floor as they can damage your floors finish. Sweep or vacuum regularly.
DON’T use oil base soaps.
PROTECT YOUR FLOOR INVESTMENT

The first thing you should understand about caring for your new floor is that you are not actually cleaning the wood. You are actually cleaning the polyurethane. The wood is beneath a protective layer of polyurethane. It is important to keep this protective coating in good condition to protect the wood. Routine maintenance should include protecting the surface finish from moisture and heavy wear, which creates scratches.

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Wood floors–How to prevent and fix water damage

We all love the look of newly installed wood floors. Of course there is maintenance that goes into keeping your floors quality, but what happens when water damage becomes an issue? If there is major damage, like a flood, the floor may need to be replaced. This can obviously be highly expensive. At the site of damage, remove the wood so that the sub-floor is visible. Drying it outside is the next step. In minor cases, it is important to act immediately by cleaning any spills by using towels. No matter how major the accident is, dehumidifiers and open windows can help water-damage-hardwood-floor  ventilate the room to prevent the damage to begin with.

Experts speak upon the easiest ways to dry your flooring

-The easiest way to dry out the top of the floor is to buy or rent large fans and point them down to the floor.

-Keep the AC on if you have it, but open windows next to the floor area about 2 inches.

-The excess moisture has to go somewhere, even with air conditioning.

-Now more importantly, below the floor in the basement, you also need to have large industrial fans pointed up to where the water has come through.

-If you happen to have a finished ceiling below the floor, you might also consider cutting a neat (and repairable) square in the drywall.

-This is so the fans can better dry the under side of the subfloor.

-It would help if a few holes were drilled up into the subfloor where the leak began, to make sure a puddle of water is not sitting between the floors.

There are other simple things you can do to prevent water damage in the first place.

“Use entrance mats- Sometimes dirt that accidently grinds into floors can accumulate water and moisture” which can cause long-lasting damage that might ultimately go un-noticed.

“Clear your floors regularly- Soft brush vacuum cleaners help prevent scratches” and there are many mild wood flooring cleaning products that are gentle on your floors.

“Choose your wood products wisely- Oil soaps are known to damage certain floors.” You wouldn’t want to cause more damage than the problem itself!

“Wax coating can help seal out moisture”’

The important thing to know is that one must act immediately upon any noticeable water damage. Some floors can even collapse if the problem is not attended to. Re-coating and finishing the floor is important when going from damaged goods to a newly defined wood floor!

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The Benefits of Oak Wood Floors

Wood flooring is a commonly selected as an upgrade from carpet that visually expands the size of a space and adds an increased value to your property should you need to sell your home in the future. Oak flooring, with its fine grain finish, has a timeless quality that is complimentary to any style or theme already present in your home. Its durability and clean lines also make it an ideal choice for any size home.

There are many benefits of oak floors, including that they:

Are eco-friendly
Are a thermal insulator
Reduce heating costs
Are easy to maintain and clean
Have a long lifespan
Are durable and easy to restore

Oak is an eco-friendly sustainable wood with a carbon footprint that is considerably less that other types of flooring options. This factor is important when selecting what type of hardwood to install in your home. An eco-friendly option will ultimately save on excess carbon emissions in the environment, resulting in a reduction of your monthly heating costs.

Highly resistant to moisture and easy to stain, oak is a popular choice for a durable solid wood surface with a long lifespan. A preferred choice for musicians, this flooring will add depth to the acoustics of a room, is very comfortable under foot, and adds a lovely aroma to a space.

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Tips for Maintain Your New Hardwood Floors

When you’re thinking of new flooring for your home, there is nothing more beautiful than hardwood floors. Hardwood floors are often the most attractive feature in any room. Hardwood flooring in good condition can add warmth to your home and contribute to the total value of the house. Keeping hardwood floors in good condition, however, is vital to bringing out the glowing qualities that makes these things true.
Flooring is often subject to constant dirt and grime, sliding furniture, and the scuffling paws of household pets. In order to help protect your hardwood flooring, you need safe and effective wood floor cleaning products and we also offer the following tips:

Placing mats and rugs over high-traffic areas of the house such as hallways and entrances.
placing small pieces of felt padding beneath all surfaces that come in contact with the wood, as this can prevent accidental scratches caused by inadvertently shifting furniture.
Cleaning all spills as soon as they occur.
Maintaining a relative humidity between 45% to 55% saturation to prevent swelling, shrinking, or cracking in the flooring.

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Eco-Friendly Flooring for Your Home

Healthy, beautiful, and sustainable hardwood floors are perfect for the environmentally conscious consumer.Green, renewable flooring options are popular for home flooring installation with laminate and vinyl woods, and laminate tiles.

Laminate Wood – Laminate flooring yields stunningly realistic visuals and textures just like real wood. As a synthetic material, any wood can be replicated at a fraction of the cost and more economically than real hardwood.
Vinyl Flooring – Vinyl flooring affords consumers the ability to resist scratches and other types of minor damage giving areas of high traffic a clean look in kitchens and bathrooms.
Laminate Tile – Laminate tile is more popularly known as Formica, a brand of laminate and plastic covering used on countertops and flooring.

Wood floors are stained with finishes from ultra low VOC (volatile organic compounds) making them both scratch-resistant and eco-friendly.

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Best Rooms for Hardwood Flooring

You’ll love the rich beauty of wood floors in these rooms, and you can install them without performance worries if you take a few precautions.

Living room: Hardwood communicates the lifestyle homeowners enjoy sharing when hosting gatherings of family and friends. It stands up well to traffic, even if you forego a no-shoes policy when entertaining. The occasional oopsie spill won’t pose a threat when cleaned up promptly. To keep hardwood looking its best, place a doormat outside for guests to wipe moisture and dirt from their shoes.

Dining room: Whether your dining room is quite formal or has a casual vibe, there’s a hardwood flooring style that will enhance the design while performing durably. Adding soft pads to chair and table feet reduces noise while protecting the hardwood finish.

Den: Hardwood floors accented with a large, comfy rug create a calm and cozy setting for unwinding with a book, casual conversation or a favorite show.

Home office: Hardwood flooring generates positive emotions that help boost productivity. Hardwood floors will inspire your very best performance in a way most materials cannot.

Master suite: Resisting the temptation to refer to our comments on the home office, we’ll say the obvious, that hardwood is rich, appealing and romantic. Throw in a toe-snuggling rug, love seat and Barry White music, and a bodacious boudoir takes shape.

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What About the Hardwood Flooring in the Kitchen?

Homeowners who love hardwood flooring, especially those with open floorplans, want to know if hardwood is OK for the kitchen.

Go for it, with a couple of caveats –

Consider engineered hardwood because its plywood base layers handle moisture better than solid hardwood

Clean up spills promptly, like an NFL lineman diving on a fumble

Seal your floors with the regularity recommended by the manufacturer or installer

Never use a steam mop on hardwood

Hardwood has a place in every fine home, but just not everywhere for everyone. Practicing these tips for the best and worst rooms for hardwood flooring should produce a fulfilling long-term relationship with nature’s most beautiful floors.

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Getting maximum longevity from your flooring.

New flooring is a significant financial investment, so getting the greatest longevity from your existing floors is important, whether they’re new or have a few years of wear on them. The subject of this guide is how to make your floors last longer.
1,TLC for Carpeting
The key to long-lasting carpet is to keep it clean and go as easy as possible on it.Here’s how:

Carpet Care Do’s:

Vacuum the carpet at least weekly and as needed with a unit equipped with a powerful motor and rotating brush to remove deep-down dirt

Shampoo the entire carpet once or twice per year, and treat spot stains as needed

Place pads on furniture feet to prevent deep impressions in the carpet – especially on metal feet because they will rust and stain the carpet

When spills occur, first, learn the proper techniques for cleaning them up; Secondly, clean them up immediately, right now, pronto and post haste

Carpet Care Don’ts:

Don’t let pets within 15 feet of the carpet until they are house trained; The same goes for toddlers – in fact, it’s not a bad idea to keep adolescents and teens off the carpet too

Don’t overdo the steam cleaning because some carpeting shrinks, and the seams pull apart

2,Vital Vinyl Floor Care
Whether you have inexpensive sheet vinyl flooring or upscale luxury vinyl tile (LVT), these tips will keep it looking better longer:

Vinyl Care Do’s:

Sweep or vacuum and damp mop vinyl for general cleaning

Use warm water to loosen stuck-on stains

Remove excess water from LVT to keep it from seeping into seams

Vinyl Care Don’ts:

If you vacuum the vinyl, turn off the rotating brush, aka beater bar, because it will mar the surface

Don’t use harsh chemical cleaners on vinyl unless you’re tired of it and want to ruin it as an excuse to replace it with some gorgeous natural hardwood flooring

3,Lessons for Laminate Flooring
Treat laminate flooring like vinyl flooring, and definitely don’t use a steam cleaner on it. The harsh chemical cleaner trick isn’t as effective, but dropping lit cigars on laminate and removing minor stains with a belt sander will surely do the job.

Hardwood How-to’s and How-not-to’s
Solid and engineered hardwood are gorgeous, elegant and luxurious, which is to say “we like them very much.” Take care of hardwood, and it will go 20+ years before needing to be refinished. Refinish it, and hardwood will look like new at a fraction of the cost! These hardwood floor care tips will help you keep the wow-factor in your hardwood floors.

Hardwood Care Do’s:

Sweep at least weekly and use a damp cloth on dirt spots as needed

Turn the rotating brush off if you use a vacuum to sweep

Keep wet, dirty shoes off hardwood

Switch to slippers or socks indoors

Add protective pads to the feet of all furniture placed on hardwood flooring

Pick up furniture when moving it rather than sliding it over the flooring

Use a humidifier when running a forced-air furnace to maintain adequate moisture content in the wood and keep it from shrinking and causing gaps

Hardwood Care Don’ts:

Don’t use mats with rubber backing because they will trap moisture against the wood

Don’t use wax on wood unless you want a dull, grungy finish that collects dirt and debris

Don’t use a steam mop because the hardwood will absorb the excess moisture, swell, split, buckle or exhibit other nasty reactions

Common Sense Floor Care

They say that common sense is quite uncommon these days, but we don’t buy that, and we doubt you do either. That makes it easy for us to recommend common-sense floor care that begins with carefully following the floor maintenance tips provided by the manufacturer for your flooring. These floor care how-to instructions can be found online if you don’t have them. Beyond those guidelines, if your flooring…

Isn’t visibly dirty or dull

Doesn’t darken white socks or bare feet

Doesn’t smell bad

Isn’t coming apart at the seams

…then you’re probably taking good care of it. Don’t overdo it, keep the motto “as needed” in mind, and you’ll do a great job getting maximum longevity from your flooring.

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6 elements to consider when picking Laminate vs Hardwood Flooring

In order to make the best flooring decision for your home or business, the laminate vs. hardwood flooring debate must incorporate an objective and informed analysis of 6 fairly broad elements.

Lifestyle or Usage – Homeowners and business owners who impartially assess their lifestyle or usage are more likely to make the right decision. For example, households with young children and a number of pets or a business that experiences high traffic, many deliveries or shipments might find the durability of laminate flooring more productive.However, advancements in hardwood manufactured finishes and maintenance allow hardwood flooring to
work in busy offices and in hectic households that take preventive measures, such as trimming pet’s nails and using walk-off matting.
Maintenance Commitment – Regular maintenance is important and no floor can survive without degrees of responsible maintenance. However, if the maintenance budget is tight and if inordinate accumulation of dust, dirt and wear and tear is likely, laminate is easier to maintain. More thorough hardwood floor maintenance cannot be put aside but laminate can survive quite well with regular sweeping and vacuuming.
Climate and Exposure – Homeowners and business owners must again be objective about the exposure of the floor. Where the floor will be installed is a big consideration. For example, if a bathroom tends to accumulate moisture on the surface, laminate is the more prudent choice. Hardwood floors do not thrive in damp climates with significant temperature swings. Solid hardwood floors should never be installed below grade, a popular setting for
laminate flooring.
Aesthetic Appeal – Imaging used for laminate can create an amazing likeness to solid hardwood. But, there really is nothing as authentic, durable and enduring as an authentic, solid hardwood floor. Hardwood flooring can also increase the value and demand for your property, be it residential or commercial. If you feel the authenticity of your flooring is important to attract clients or buyers or for the elegant luxury your home requires, hardwood would have to be the right decision.
Environmental Considerations – Hardwood gets the nod for renewability and sustainability as hardwood today is drawn from carefully managed forests. But, laminate flooring basically eliminates the destruction of any trees. Yet, laminate floors are made from non-renewable sources.In order to assess environmental concerns, remember that hardwood has a much longer life cycle than laminate. Hardwood floors can last hundreds of years, which is a plus
and makes this decision a very tough call.
Budget – The cost of laminate flooring is lower than the cost of solid hardwood flooring or reclaimed antique hardwood flooring or exotic hardwoods. Laminate has a shorter life expectancy but is tough, practical, durable and easy to install. However, the return on investment is usually better with hardwood flooring.How tight is your budget? Can you afford to invest in hardwood and maintain it to achieve your maximum return? For a majority of
buyers, this is the biggest concern, but certainly not an exclusive consideration.
Many hardwood floor owners say that because of its authenticity, the “real feel” and exclusiveness of hardwood flooring, it is more desirable. However, as we can see, there are situations that indicate laminate is the wiser choice. Be sure to consider all the factors and prioritize your needs before deciding.

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