In the kitchen, wood floors can help achieve a dramatic effect. For example, a dark-stained wood that matches the center island can offset the cabinetry made of a different species, creating the perfect balance of a natural setting with noticeable accents. When you come to Robert’s, we can help you choose the perfect flooring materials to suit the look of your home or business.
When choosing a wood floor, many homeowners consider the various types of American hardwoods – maple, pecan/hickory, oak and cherry, just to name a few. Flooring can come prefinished or be finished on-site, however, flooring that is factory-finished is usually easier on your budget, as installation is less labor-intensive.
Depending on the desired effect, homeowners can choose a clear, light, medium or dark stain. The majority of today's residential hardwood floors have a urethane finish, which protects the surface from moisture, dirt, and wear and tear, and has made the job of maintaining the floor a much easier task.