Hardwood FlooringHome renovation projects are always a top priority in the minds of homeowners. What is the best investment to add value and quality to a home? What is a trend that gives immediate curb appeal but also stands the test of time? The answer is hardwood flooring. Hardwood floors are the best investment to give your home a unique, custom look with timeless style. The local experts at Floor Craft Sanding Hardwood Restoration & Installation are here to refinish, install and care for your home or business’s hardwood floors.

Hardwood Flooring Industry Update

Giving proof to the longevity and sound investment of hardwood floors are the industry standards as of 2017. From the reports of Floor Covering News, you’ll have the confidence that your hardwood investment is on trend.


Wide Plank Hardwood Floors

The hardwood flooring industry earns most of its business from new home hardwood installation and replacement. With earthtone colors trending, the hardwood-look is in style. Genuine hardwood is always desirable due to its natural beauty, quality, and durability.


The prominent flooring trend seen in the past few years is wider and thicker. Seen in hardwood, laminate, and ceramic flooring, wider and thicker planks are most popular. With evidence of easier installation, flexibility, and stability, wider plank wood flooring is the top style pick of 2017.


With strong popularity and demand of hardwood, consumers are leery of rising costs. It’s reassuring to learn that the price of raw hardwood materials has been stable since 2015. North American suppliers are able to support local demand for hardwood which keeps the price and supply steady.

Adding hardwood floors and refinishing hardwood floors in your home is a great investment. Hardwood flooring offers style, durability, and value to your home. Contact the experts at Floor Craft Sanding Hardwood Restoration & Installation at (317) 759-2575 to bring timeless beauty to your home.

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