What’s so special about oak flooring?

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Out of all the wood flooring options available today, oak is often the most popular choice. If you are considering investing in a new floor, here you will find what is so special about oak flooring.

First of all, oak flooring is a life-lasting investment because oak is considered an exceptionally high-quality hardwood and is extremely resistant to wear. Also, oak improves and looks even better and better with age.

Because oak flooring is a type of flooring that is a common choice of homeowners, especially in high-traffic areas of the house, oak flooring will also appeal to other home buyers in case you are going to sell your house or apartment.

Secondly, there are two main types of oak flooring: solid oak floors and engineered oak floors.  These types of oak floors give you a vast variety of options to choose from and match any style and every need.

Although the solid oak floors are more durable and have a longer lifespan because they can be sanded and refinished many times, they are not very suitable for areas with high temperatures and moisture fluctuations. 

Engineered oak flooring can be sanded only a few times but fits for places like bathrooms and kitchen and installation over underfloor heating. Thirdly, oak provides four kinds of grade and takes very well to staining and coloring, therefore adding to the already vast choice available.

Considering the variety of options, I strongly recommend consulting with the experts to help to choose. Good luck with finding Ecohardwood.co.uk products that suits your need the best.

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