Of course, the flip side of that is that some pretty scary things lurk under the water; but during the summer months, you’ll be able to attend “Scary Seas” at the State Park Activity Center. It’s free, and it will be shown multiple times, so call the Myrtle Beach State Park Activity Center to find out more.
Here’s the calendar listing in the Myrtle Beach Patch: www.patch.com by Charlotte Parrott.
For hardwood in Myrtle Beach, there’s only one place to go: Young Interiors. They’ll take out all the riskiness and scariness, walk you through all the choices, and show you just how hardwood can be so rewarding! A hardwood floor will make your Myrtle Beach home shine.
Whatever you do, don’t fret about hardwood with the heat and humidity of Myrtle Beach, because the answer is engineered hardwood. It is absolutely 100 percent wood, and it will increase the resale value of your home. Where it differs from solid hardwood, is in the construction. Whereas solid hardwood comes in a sheet, with the fibers running side-by-side, engineered hardwood is layered, making the fibers cross each other. Because of that action, engineered hardwood is more stable and resistant to moisture. It won’t expand and contract to adjust to weather conditions, as solid hardwood does.
Young Interiors carries carpet, hardwood, laminate, resilient, tile and stone, as well as specialty products and installation services. The company has showrooms in Myrtle Beach and Longs, S.C.