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Three things you may not know about hardwood

Wood floors are beautiful and classic, lending warmth and charm to your home. If you want these floors, but are still undecided, maybe these three things will help.

Richmond Interiors has been in business and serving the area for over 35 years!

Flooring is most likely the biggest investment you’ll make in your home. We know it’s also an important expression of personal style, and we want you to have a floor that will be your home’s crowning jewel.

We’re a major hardwood flooring retailer and we want you to ask a lot of questions, such as price, timing, preparation, and expectations.

Visit our showroom in Richmond, MI and be sure to visit our hardwood flooring department. We have a wide assortment of species, colors, stains, and finishes! We also service the surrounding areas of Macomb and St. Clair County. Our design pros will be happy to help you with the house transformation of your dreams.

Two kinds of hardwood

Most are familiar with solid, but there’s another one that’s taking a major share of the wood floor industry: engineered hardwood flooring.

It appeals to those who want timeless beauty, but who also have a practical bent.

The construction of this is the only different thing, and it gives the product more stability and an ability to better handle water. That means you can install it in some rooms where solid can't go, such as anything below-grade (like the basement) or even a half-bath or powder room. Avoid installing it in full baths, however, because these are known as the “wettest room in the house.”

It’s an investment

We say that because wood floors are timeless and never go out of style. They last for a long time, sometimes as much as 100 years, and only look better with age. They add value to a property, usually, 70% and up of the initial cost, and buyers will often pay more for a home with wood floors.

Our Hardwood Flooring Department offers many diverse styles, ranging from narrow 2 1/4″ strips to 5″ planks, in a choice of popular finishes and gloss levels. When choosing the style you like best, consider these basics color, species, board width, edge style, gloss level, board thickness, and warranty and see why Wood Floors are the natural, beautiful choice.