When you’re looking for a hardwood flooring type, you should consider a few things. First, hardwood floors can be classified into two categories: natural and artificial.
Natural Hardwood Flooring is the most common type of hardwood flooring made from wood grown or harvested in the wild. This type of flooring is usually sturdy and easy to clean, making it an excellent choice for high-traffic areas or areas with a lot of wear and tear. Some good benefits of natural hardwood floors include their ability to resist stains, making them perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas with high traffic activity.
Artificial Hardwood Flooring is made from synthetic materials like plastic or rubber that have been treated to give them some of the same characteristics as natural wood. These floors are often more durable and less likely to stain than natural hardwoods, but they may not be as strong or easy to clean. They’re also more popular among people who want an eco-friendly option because they don’t produce any environmental impact. However, one drawback to artificial hardwood flooring is that they often require higher temperatures (above room temperature) to create a healthy surface finish.
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