Some of the personalizations you’ll get to choose include a stain color, a sealant type, and a finish type, such as wire-brushed, high-gloss, or vintage. Some finishes even help to hide scratches and wear for an even longer lifespan.
Whenever wear can no longer be hidden, you have the opportunity to refinish your floors. This process strips off all the signs of wear and brings you back to a brand new, untouched wood layer. During the process, you can even choose a new stain color, sealant, and finish, if you prefer.
It must be noted that hardwood flooring must be acclimated before installation. This helps to avoid cracking, warping, or splitting, leaving you with a better-looking floor. It also assures your flooring will reach its expected lifespan with ease.