Wood | Allied Flooring

By: Allied Flooring  09-12-2011
Keywords: Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood floors are made of different species of wood and generally come pre-finished. In the past, the installers would have to finish the floor after it had been installed, but modern hardwood flooring is finished at the factory and won’t leave a mess in your home! Hardwood flooring comes in different widths to suit your preference.

Hardwood floors need a stable environment where the humidity stays constant, so are not suited for entrance-ways or washrooms.

Keywords: Hardwood Flooring

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