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Despite the fact that wooden flooring has been installed in houses almost from the beginning of time, it is still modern and popular. What is the reason for such popularity? Wooden flooring can be of different types: elegant laminate flooring and the most common solid wood plank which is considered to be the most popular but also the most expensive type of wood flooring. The main advantage of wooden floor is that it is a natural material. It does not require complex maintenance: just vacuumed and cleaned with a damp cloth. The wooden floor is a "warm" material, it is a real pleasure to touch it and walk on it with barefoot. A wooden floor has low soundproofing. It would not cost too much to repair it, and, of course, wood flooring is beautiful. Solid wood flooring can decorate your interior and give it a natural and comfortable shade. Connoisseur of good quality and stability will certainly appreciate this kind of wood flooring. Everything is changing so quickly in modern world. However, there are things like solid flooring that stay the same. A special place was set to solid hardwood flooring among the various types of wooden flooring. It is very similar to laminate flooring, but it is made up of a solid wood layer, instead of three-layered laminate, where only the upper layer is of value. The only thing you should take care of is humidity level in the room. Excessive moisture can affect negatively wood planks. To avoid this, you need to turn on heating or air conditioning periodically to create favorable microclimate. In winter, when the air is too dry it is necessary to humidify the room by means of aquarium or indoor fountain. If to follow these simple rules wood floorings will serve for decades.

Chad Thornhill for http://www.canfloor.com hardwood flooring in Toronto.

Canadian Flooring 2727 Steeles Ave W #100 Toronto ON M3J 3G9 Canada (416) 645-1775

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