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Why Architect’s love using wood flooring..

February 1, 2017

Wooden floors have always been a favourite for architects, and that doesn’t seem like it’ll be changing any time soon. We’ve compiled a list to let you know why:

Timeless: One of the best things about wooden floors, is that they never go out of style. They offer a timeless beauty and warmth to a space that is unrivalled by other options. Because most tones can be mixed with a plethora of different finishings, the space can be refined rather than replaced.

Durable: Quality wooden flooring is able to to endure a huge amount of wear and tear. If you purchase from the right places with enough information, you can trust that your floors to keep their beauty and practicality no matter their age.

Customizable: There are so many varieties of wooden flooring, that you are sure to find something that matches your taste or purpose. Textures/colours/patterns/consistencies can all be altered for a completely separate effect. Because of this, the simple task of selecting the flooring can completely reinvent the design.

Maintainable: Wooden flooring is almost immune to stains, dust, dirt and grime in a way the alternatives like carpet are not. A simple vacuum, cloth or specialised wooden floor cleaning product is able to clean the floor easily with minimal effort.

Affordable: Despite the initial price tag often being higher than alternatives, wooden flooring promises to last longer and have less costs later down the line. As well as this, the floors usually are able to bring up the overall value of your home and even limit the amount of time it spends on the market! In the long run, it is definitely the most affordable and effective option.

Architects are consistently using wood flooring to up their game. If you would like to see what we can do for you, get in touch now!

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