Pre-finished hardwood offers a virtually flawless finish, a harder finish than site finished flooring, faster installation time, and a much cleaner installation process compared to having a floor sanded in the home. It is available in a wide variety of species, widths, and colors. A slightly eased, or beveled edge between the boards allows the flooring to be installed over imperfect sub-flooring. Millstone Floor pre-finished hardwood flooring can be re-finished and/or re-coated as needed for a lifetime of beauty and service. If a single piece of flooring ever requires replacement due to damage, this procedure is simple and fast for a flooring professional to accomplish with minimal blending of color between new and old flooring with most species.
Unfinished hardwood offers unlimited color and gloss choices, and is sanded smooth so there is no beveled edge or small groove between the boards. However, do not be fooled into thinking a site finish “seals" the joints between the boards permanently, as the natural expansion and contraction of the floor throughout it’s life causes these joints to open and close on a seasonal basis.
Prefinished wood floors have their protective coat applied at the factory under controlled conditions and in the ideal environment for proper drying and curing. With prefinished flooring, you get the additional option of choosing boards with square edge and ends or those with slight beveling, which makes individual planks more noticeable. Unfinished hardwood flooring ships from the factory in its natural state. Sanding, staining and finishing are all done on site after the boards are installed. End and edge treatments are typically limited to “square”.
Choosing the color and style of the floor can be the fun part. Choose a hardwood that fits your personal taste and your lifestyle.
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