Hardwood Floors – To Reface or To Replace?

 In contrast to hardwood floors of years long gone by, the types of flooring these days have certainly been improved. Manufacturers have taken into consideration everything from durability to cost and they have done an impressive job.
 
There is no point in arguing with regards to the cost of the hardwood floors since they definitely spice up and add value to any types of homes. In addition, this flooring has shown to have low cost maintenance and is being desired by a lot of people. Keep in mind that they are also a reasonable and practical choice because there is no need to buy carpets for it and no need to hire professionals to get rid of the dust and mites residing in the carpet.


 
Hard-wearing exotic hardwoods are able to withstand dents and scratches and can also be bought in various finishes and grades. However, be sure to pay for the quality you want to experience in your home. DIY cover flooring is an easy process that permits the hardwood boards to click together without any difficulty. There is nothing to worry about staples, glues, and nails. If you want to have a perfect fit, this is the best way that you could take. In general, prefinished hardwoods have polyurethane finishes that adds a striking shine on your flooring and is available in either engineered or solid wood, already stained, sanded, finished and can also be mounted over concretes.
 
Just like any other projects, replacing the worn out hardwood floors need some serious thinking. Sit down and generate a plan on what it is that you want your home to look, what level of comfort and durability you want to achieve, and if you can afford the price. If your current floor has not been refaced over the years, just think of the money that you can obtain by bringing back your flooring back to life having a beautiful luster and shine by refinishing and resanding its surface. Be sure to take vinyl and tiles into consideration as well.