When you want a floor covering that will last and last, hardwood floors
should be the first solution you look into for your home. Easily lasting 50 to 100 years, odds are you won't be taking up this task again anytime in the near future. At the same time, you'll get a look that brings style and elegance into your home, stands up to trend and decor changes through the years, and never seems to go out of style. The truth is, even if you intend to sell your home at some point, wood floors are an investment you can make with confidence.
Fred's Flooring Service has a showroom that is conveniently located in Murfreesboro, TN. From there, we serve the areas of Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Nashville, La Vergne, and Franklin, and we'd love the opportunity to serve you as well. We have a wide variety of products and services, a professional installation team, and desire to treat you to the best service you've ever received in flooring. Stop by anytime to browse our showroom and speak with a flooring specialist who can help you find your dream flooring with ease.
Hardwood flooring offers a wide array of benefits, but also leaves enough room for you to do a bit of customizing for your own floors. You can start by picking out the perfect wood species. Each species has specific characteristics that set it apart from all the others. From density and hardness, to grain patterns and natural colors, you'll find options you might not have thought possible.
Keep on customizing with a magnificent stain color. Depending on the species you choose, you may not want a color at all, but rather a simple clear glaze. For woods like American Cherry or Splatted Maple, there's nothing like letting those original hues shine through. Still, the options keep getting darker and darker, and you'll be able to choose the one that best suits your own decor needs.
To round everything off for a gorgeous final product, a custom finish can be added to your hardwood flooring. A high gloss finish is always popular, as is rustic distressed or vintage. These latter options make it much easier to hide the effects of everyday wear and tear and can even allow you to go longer between refinishing projects. What's more, it can even help to extend the life of your wood floors.