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Hardwood flooring makes a world of difference

 
Since hardwood flooring has a lifespan of at least 100 years with proper care and maintenance, it’s not likely a material you’ll have to shop for more than once. However, you’ll reap benefits such as stunning aesthetics and unrivaled durability for as long as you own your home.

It’s a gratifying experience to walk into a hardwood flooring store and leave knowing you’ve purchased the very best floors for your home. You’ll get to see our vast selection of materials and benefit from the advice and consultation of knowledgeable associates, so be sure you stop in today.
 

Choose the hardwood flooring that’s right for you

 
There are many ways to personalize your flooring when you choose hardwood floors. The wood species offers a variety of color options and grain patterns, while an excellent stain color can make matching your décor a simple project. Then you can further personalize with an exceptional finish such as vintage, distressed, or hand scraped.

The finish you choose is a great part of the look of your flooring, but it can also work towards wear resistance. The finishes mentioned above all work well in hiding scratches, scuffs, and even water spots, for a newer look, years into the future. Paired with the right stains and sealants, you’ll have a flooring that will easily stand up to your diverse lifestyle and in-house traffic for a better look, year-round.

You should know, however, that if you need flooring for a below-grade space such as a basement, solid hardwood will never be the answer. Choose a great engineered hardwood instead, for better handling of dampness, humidity, and stark temperature changes. You’ll still get the same great look, but with much more versatility in protection.

Be sure to stop in at your convenience to find out more about personalizing your flooring.
 
 
 
 
 
 

The beauty in a great hardwood flooring retailer

 
If you need a trustworthy hardwood flooring retailer, you’ll find it in Seacoast Flooring. We proudly serve the communities of Saco, Biddeford, Old Orchard Beach, Scarborough, and Kennebunk, all from our showroom location in Saco, ME. Visit us there at your convenience.

As a family-owned and operated business, we offer excellent materials and services with a staff that genuinely cares about your successful flooring project. We strive to meet needs and preferences, no matter how large your project happens to be. We’d love to help you find the very best in flooring, so stop by anytime.
 

Let yourself be tempted by the warmth and natural beauty of hardwood

 
Solid or engineered – Seacoast Flooring offers a variety of choices in species, width, gloss level, grade and stain color for a beautiful, durable floor that will last for years to come. Choose solid hardwood for above-grade installations and engineered for ground level or below grade installations.

Cork:
Cork flooring is an eco-friendly, replenish-able floor product extracted from the bark of the cork tree. The bark is trimmed once every 10 years from the tree, giving the tree many years to recover and grow new bark. Cork is moisture resistant, insect resistant and naturally anti-microbial. It is a natural acoustic insulator, thermal insulator and fire inhibitor.
Many people think of cork as a relatively new and possibly unreliable option particularly as a surface flooring material. And yet, there are examples of Natural Cork floors in public buildings that were installed over 100-years ago and are still in use today. The Library of Congress in Washington, DC for example.

Bamboo:
Bamboo is proving to be a durable and attractive alternative to hardwoods for flooring. It is rapidly renewable, growing to maturity in five to seven years, compared to 50-150 years for many hardwoods. It is sturdy, with a hardness that rivals and in some cases exceeds the hardness of hardwoods. Bamboo is attractive and readily available in solid or woven. It offers a variety of colors and grains and it is cost effective, often being less expensive than hardwoods and just as easy to install.

To produce strand woven bamboo, timber Bamboo is shredded into fibers, which are then mixed with resin and compressed into solid blocks that are then cut into planks to be milled to a standard flooring profile. Woven Bamboo is much harder and denser than traditional Bamboo flooring (about 3000 on the Janka scale), making it well suited for high-traffic areas.