Oak hardwood flooring. In my previous article about hardwood flooring i told you about the most popular types of hardwood floors. And now i want to give detailed information of the most popular among them oak hardwood floors. Everybody likes hardwood floors for its nice and cosy view. It suits to every house and is ideal choice for those who does not want to have wall to wall carpets in the house.
Advantages of hardwood flooring. Hardwood flooring where oak is used has really big choice of colours from light brown to dark one. You can choose the colour that suits the most to your rooms to your mind. Red oak or white oak to choose? Should it be solid or rustic? It is totally your choice, and if you are not sure which type of wood to choose, choose oak, and be sure, your house will look good. Oak looks very natural and modern at the same time, prices for oak floors are affordable for every family with every budget.
How much does it cost? Thanks to competitive pricing and large choice of oak hardwood flooring prices are cheaper as compare to other types of flooring. Prices start from 50 dollars depending on type of flooring. As compare to other types of wood, oak is cheaper than cherry and a bit more expensive that maple. Solid oak hardwood flooring starts from 50 dollars and upper, engineered oak hardwood flooring starts from 100 dollars. Well, what doest it mean engineered and solid?
Types of oak hardwood flooring. There are two types of flooring engineered and solid. Engineered type is more expensive because they can be installed easily and is is called finished hardwood flooring. It is suitable for all floors almost and really easy to install it yourself. Another advantage of engineered floating hardwoods is that it is suitable for all types of weather. Depending of the region of your living air humidity can be high or low or change in spring and autumn. All this affects wood. Have you even had a wooden wardrobe? Nothing will happen to your engineered oak hardwood floors. I think that it is a better investment. Yes, you pay twice higher but you are sure to use this type of floor for ages. It is you to decide which type to purchase, unfinished, prefinished or finished one.