Hardwood isn’t just a great choice for your new Myrtle Beach flooring, it’s an important investment. In fact, it almost always adds market resale value to your home, should you decide at some point to sell it. You’ll never see a hardwood floor depreciate and if cared for properly, and it may never need replacing in your lifetime.
The choices aren’t over once you’ve decided on hardwood flooring for your Myrtle Beach home. Instead, the options you’ll have at this point are still immense. For starters, you’ll want to choose what species of wood you’d like. Each one has different traits, and you’ll find that some will meet your specific needs more than others.
Once you’ve decided on a domestic or exotic species, then you’ll need to decide on a staining option. Hardwoods can come unfinished or prefinished or the choice is completely yours. Prefinished wood will be ready to go as soon as it is installed. Unfinished wood will still need to be stained and coated after it has been installed in your home. However, this gives you more options for stain color and protective coat choices.
In Myrtle Beach, other hardwood options include how thick you want the boards to be, which direction you want them laid in, and whether or not you want them arranged in decorative patterns, just to name a few.
One of the best things about your Myrtle Beach hardwood flooring is that it can be resanded several times over the course of its lifespan. This means it will outlast just about any other flooring material out there.
If you still have questions about hardwood in Myrtle Beach, feel free to stop by Young Interiors showroom in Longs, SC. Our flooring professionals will be happy to answer all your questions and show you our full line of hardwood flooring.