The elegance and timelessness of hardwood flooring
is an exceptional benefit. This floor fits in well with your existing decor and takes every space in which it’s installed to another level. Durability and stability are also key features of this material, as is its incredible lifespan. With many options to choose from, you’ll easily be able to create the look you want while maintaining the characteristics you require. Spending a little time getting to know this material is a great idea, and we invite you to get started right away.
Prestige Flooring Center is a business that’s family owned and operated with a showroom located in Cathedral City, CA. From there, we proudly serve the residents of Cathedral City, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, La Quinta, Indio, and Indian Wells. We offer a great selection of flooring materials, where we’re sure you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for, and all the services that can make them truly stand out in your own home. In addition to shopping our showroom, it will also be our pleasure to send specialists to your residence for a complete on-site consultation. We’ll even be happy to provide an estimate at that time.
The entire process of choosing the perfect hardwood flooring starts with picking a species that will perform well in your own home. That means it should be rated for the amount of activity and traffic that is ongoing in your home on a regular basis. Harder woods work best for busy areas, while softer wood performs fine in areas with little to no traffic. There are plenty of species to choose from, so you’ll be able to find exactly what you’re looking for in this flooring.
In addition to species, you’ll also get to pick your favorite stain color and finish style. For stain preferences, it’s important to know that site finished materials offers more choices than prefinished. It’s also true that some wood species hold stain better than others, while some, such as American Cherry, have their own beautiful colors you may not want to cover with any other than a clear glaze.
The finish you choose for your hardwood flooring is much more than a decorative element. It can even go a long way in protecting your floors from unwanted damage, and hide the signs of everyday wear and tear as well.