12th & Oak Floor Company Guide for Choosing Flooring Published

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12th & Oak Floor Co. is a hardwood flooring business serving the Triangle Area of NC. They specialize in hardwood flooring installations, repairs, sanding and refinishing, maintenance, and sales.

Family owned and located in Clayton, NC, 12th & Oak Floor Company has published a guide to help homeowners decide which type of flooring is right for their particular needs. In business for over 18 years, 12th & Oak is dedicated to uncompromising quality and service. They use the latest tools and technology, and keep their technicians trained in current industry techniques and trends.

For the complete guide and information on 12th & Oak flooring options, visit https://www.12thandoak.com/six-options-for-hardwood-floors.

According to HGTV.com, carpet is the most popular type of flooring. However, carpet can hold allergens and, if not treated, can stain or let liquids penetrate through the padding to settle on the subfloor. Fortunately, there are many great alternatives for those who do not want carpet in their home.

The team at 12 & Oak Floor Company offers many different types of flooring, and will help customers choose the correct type for each room. Getting the correct type of flooring that works best for the function of the room is important. For example, hardwood floors are great for low-traffic areas like living rooms, halls, and bedrooms, but aren’t really suitable for wet or damp rooms like basements or bathrooms.

Solid hardwood floors are popular and timeless. They can last for decades if properly maintained and add value to the home. Customers can get finished or unfinished planks. The finished planks are usually more durable than the the unfinished. In addition, finished planks can be walked on immediately. The unfinished planks will have to be sanded and finished in the traditional way.

Another option growing in popularity is Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) and Luxury Vinyl Planks (LVP). Homeowners can get LVT that mimics other materials such as ceramic and marble. LVP look like real wood. They come in many different types of tree species, so customers can get the look they want. These vinyl flooring options are very durable and suitable for damp environments like bathrooms and basements.

The folks at 12th & Oak Floor Company carry these items and many more. If a client only needs existing hardwood floors refurbished, 12 & Oak also repairs, sands, and refinishes as well. No matter the need, homeowners can rest assured that they are working with professionals dedicated to quality and customer satisfaction.

Owner Izral Daniels says, “My philosophy has always been to treat every house the same as you would your own and this is the foundation that 12th & Oak Floor Co. operates on.”

For more information about 12th & Oak Floor Co. and what they offer, click the link above or call 919-795-7384.

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