4 Reasons to Install Hardwood Floors
As the flooring market continues to change throughout the years, one thing that seems to be in millions of homes is hardwood floors. Carpet is slowly becoming a thing of the past when choosing flooring options for the majority of your home. There are lots of pros to installing hardwood floors. Here are 4 great reasons:
- Upgrade your look. Hardwood floors can instantly make your home look more upscale. Who doesn’t want that?! Freeing your home of carpet and installing hardwood floors gives it an instant boost. You will be amazed at the transformation!
- Increase your home’s value. It’s no secret that any time you make upgrades in your home it will increase its value. That is something you’ll be patting yourself on the back for once you decide to put it on the market.
- Choose your style. When researching hardwood floors there are a variety of color and style options to choose from. It will be easy to find something that fits your personal style perfectly. Not only choose the type and color, but you can also choose if you want to lay them in the traditional style, or change it up and lay the planks in different patterns on the floor.
- Easy maintenance. Need I say more? Instead of pulling out that heavy vacuum you can reach for our lightweight, Quick Shine® Multi-Surface Spray Mop to clean your floors quick and easy. Simply pour Quick Shine® Hardwood Floor Cleaner right into the onboard bottle on the mop and go to town! Once your floors are dry, you can apply Quick Shine® Hardwood Floor Luster to keep your hardwood floors looking their best! Easy peasy, quick and easy!
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Thanks for explaining some reasons to have hardwood floors. I didn’t know it could have a lot of different styles to compliment your home. I wonder if it could be good to take a picture of one room in particular in your home as a reference when you go shopping for hardwood flooring.
That is a great idea! Most hardwood retailers will have sample pieces to take home and lay out on the floor to color match. We appreciate your feedback.