Some homeowners come into the idea of purchasing their wood floors from the site finished hardwood flooring. Others prefer prefinished materials. We're going to look at a few of the details surrounding the site finished materials to allow you to see if they are what's best for your requirements.
Site finished hardwood flooring is not that different from any other type of hardwood flooring. The primary difference, and the one that brings us here today, is that they are finished in your home rather than at a factory before reaching your home.
Indeed, site-finished hardwood flooring takes longer to install and can be a messier install than prefinished materials. However, the results are so stunning, you're sure to appreciate the process. Before beginning the installation, our associates will go over every detail, what you’ll need to do, and what we will do, before, during, and after the process.
With site finished materials, it’s much easier to create a truly custom floor, complete with inlays and borders and an extensive selection of stain colors. There are no beveled edges to contend with and the flooring wears better through the years.