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Hardwood flooring could be your last flooring purchase

One of the most well-known characteristics of hardwood flooring is its extensive lifespan. Easily reaching 100 years or more with proper care and maintenance, this could easily be the last floor covering you ever purchase for your home. In the long run, this actually saves money even though the material itself might cost a bit more up front. Additionally, there are many more benefits that make this an excellent choice for many spaces in any home. It’s well worth taking a few moments to see if it’s right for you too.

Aspen Carpet and Floors focuses on quality, value, and above all, an excellent experience for each of our customers. You’ll find we accomplish this by offering an extensive variety of high-quality floor coverings that are also affordable for every budget level. We also have services such as installation and repair that help bring your flooring project to perfect completion. From our showroom in Basalt, CO, we proudly serve the communities of Snowmass, Basalt, Aspen, Carbondale, and Glenwood Springs. When you visit our showroom, we’ll make sure we meet your needs as well.

Reasons you’ll love your hardwood floors

All homeowners who decide to have hardwood flooring installed in their home love the fact it is easy to personalize for your own household. For instance, choosing the perfect wood species, the color of stain, and finish type are all ways to make sure these floors match your current decor. Of course, species will be determined, primarily, on the level of foot traffic in the rooms you need floored. Other determining factors can affect your available colors of stain and your flooring specialist will explain all these to you when you visit.
Gorgeous hardwood flooring in Carbondale, CO from Aspen Carpet and Floors
Hardwood floors are incredibly hard wearing and durable, which lends to their excessively long lifespan. It’s not at all uncommon for these floors to reach 100 years of age, with some lasting even longer. The proper care and maintenance is a factor in how long your floors last, as is the number of times you have it refinished.

Refinishing is the process by which decades of use are stripped away from your floors, leaving a beautiful new layer of wood. At this time, you can even change your stain color preferences or finish type if you prefer. Solid woodfloors can be refinished several times before needing to be replaced, but unless there has been major damage, you’re likely to not see a need for that.

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