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Is hardwood your favorite flooring?

Hardwood flooring doesn’t have to be flashy to get your attention, which is why it’s likely to remain one of the most popular floor coverings of all time. The lifespan gives this material a reputation for durability and endurance, while a vast array of appearance options will make it a perfect decor match for a variety of spaces in your home. If you’re still on the fence about this amazing material, keep reading to find out if we cover your questions.

At FloorMe!, we proudly serve the Salem, Nashua, Andover, Lowell, Bedford, and Amherst, NH areas, all from our Nashua, NH showroom. When you visit us, you’ll be greeted by a professional and experienced associate who will be more than happy to help you browse our inventory. You’ll find high-quality materials at affordable prices, as we strive for your complete satisfaction with your overall flooring project.

When you choose hardwood flooring, you’re not just flooring your home, you’re investing in your future. And it will always pay off. For example, if you’re considering the sale of your home, you’ll find the final sale price to be more, with these floors installed, than without them. If selling isn’t an option, this floor covering pays for itself by never needing to be replaced. Instead, you can refinish these floors as soon as wear or damage starts to show, leaving you with a floor covering that looks brand new.
Gorgeous hardwood flooring in Manchester, NH from FloorMe!
You’ll know you can trust the durability of this floor covering because it bears a lifespan of about 100 years, and even more with proper installation, care, and maintenance. You won’t have to worry that these floors will let you down in a few years and you’ll be saving at least two or three flooring replacements during that time frame.

It’s very important to note if you’re choosing hardwood floors, that these materials can never be installed in basements or any other below-ground space. Dampness, humidity, and excessive temperature changes are all enemies of this material, and it simply won’t work there. The materials must also be acclimated, to make sure the humidity levels are the same in the materials as they are in your home.

For installation, be sure to steer clear of DIYers who can leave you needing all new flooring supplies in a very short time. It’s never wise to take a chance with your hardwood floors, so be sure to come to see us at your convenience.