Solid Hardwood Flooring
Solid hardwood flooring is what most people think of when they imagine a hardwood floor. The flooring is simply a plank of wood that is cut to a specific width, length, and thickness. Hardwood floors are certainly desirable, but each home is unique and will require the right type of wood flooring to match its particular set of circumstances. There is no doubt that solid hardwood floors are beautiful, durable, and an excellent addition to any home or commercial space. Before deciding on which floor to choose, though, take a moment to learn about some of the other decisions that should be factored in before deciding on a color and a look. Below are a few points that you may not yet have considered.
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Checklist: You don’t need to be an expert to get the right solid hardwood flooring for your home or business. That’s our job. We offer full support to all of our retailers, in the very rare event that the retailers themselves aren’t sure about a particular situation. That said, it is certainly helpful to know which questions to ask. That is why we provide this Customer Checklist, to help you make the best decisions for you.
Warranty: The Impressions Hardwood Collection is proud of the beautiful hardwoods we sell and we stand by our products. Not only do we put forth every effort to create unique, rich flooring but also we go to great lengths to ensure that our floors last. Every series of our solid hardwood flooring comes with a Lifetime Structure and Wear Warranty. Please see our complete warranty for details.
Installation: Whether you are hiring a professional to install your solid hardwood flooring or you are a very brave and skilled do-it-yourselfer, we recommend that you be familiar with the installation instructions for your new flooring. That is why were are happy to provide a Solid Hardwood Installation Guide.
On which level is the floor?
With solid hardwoods, it is very important to know where the floor is going to go in your house. There are some areas where a solid hardwood should not go. If you are considering an area that is below the ground outside, an engineered hardwood or a manufactured wood-alternative such as our Waterproof Rigid-Core (The Summit Collection) should be considered. If you are unsure, a retailer can help you to find out.
How much do you need?
Once all of the questions have been answered, there is still one very important decision. Buying too much flooring is obviously a waste of money, but buying too little can also cost you since a second load involves a second delivery truck. Even if there is someone else calculating this, it’s still a good idea to understand how they got the number. (Not saying, just saying…)
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“I am very impressed with the new Impressions Hardwood line. The selection and price ranges cover a good variety and offer something for almost everyone. I enjoy some of the newer lines as they offer trending products for our customers. The new display and sample boards show the product much better than before. And as always, Impressions is a quality product with great support. “
Mike & Kimi Quinn – Kimi’s Carpets Plus
“This company definitely goes above and beyond by offering a buyer’s guide, ask an expert forum, free catalog and even a monthly Newsletter to help us keep up with the latest trends and inform us on maintaining our flooring long after the initial purchase. Above all, we are grateful for the local representatives and their abilities to answer all our questions and direct us to make a purchase on best value for our family. Thank You Impressions Hardwood!!!!!”
Bill Park – The Floor Trader
“We are very pleased with our new hardwood flooring. The color is lovely, and it is quite scratch resistant… This has been a very good purchase – one that significantly enhanced the value of our home.”
Amanda – Diversified Flooring