Everyone will agree that a quality natural wood floor is beautiful, comfortable and modern. This coating is practical, fits well into any environment and creates a pleasant feeling of comfort. The floor will last a long time if you choose the right material for its construction.
Hardwood boards are in the highest price category. At the same time, the price justifies the quality. This is a durable material with a beautiful texture, having great consumer potential.
Depending on the type of wood, they have differences in performance. Oak boards are dense, versatile in use, resistant to external influences. They have a beautiful appearance and a wide selection of color shades. Ash is reliable at high loads. The board from it is easy to process, but at the same time moderately hard. Such a floor will be a highlight of the design due to the unique pattern of the outer layer and a little yellowish color. Lovers to beat the volume of the room in contrasts will choose maple floorboards. Thanks to the almost white color, they can be used to highlight interior details in an original way. Beech products have a uniform structure, high strength and durability. In addition, they are not sensitive to mechanical damage. In order not to lose the natural beauty, it is recommended to cover the surface of the laid floorboards with colorless varnish or wax.
An alternative to them can be coniferous wood, which also has the necessary strength and wear resistance, but at the same time, which is important for the mass consumer, is affordable.
For the device of the final floor, it is desirable that the boards are sanded and evenly cut. They must be dry and free from defects. It would be wiser to carefully select the material in advance than subsequently correct the flaws in the finished product. The use of tongue-and-groove rails will avoid the presence of cracks during docking. The width and thickness are selected depending on personal preferences, but taking into account technical requirements. A wide board will allow you to get rid of additional joints, and will more clearly express the texture after additional processing. A thick board does not require a large number of supports for laying and eliminates the possibility of sagging floorboards.
Giving preference to a specific material, do not forget that the floor is built with the expectation of using it for many years without additional costs for its repair.