TRADITIONAL SOLID WOOD
Solid wood flooring is created by cutting the entire strip of wood in one whole piece directly from a tree. Traditional solid wood floors are commonly found in older homes and usually consist of long thin strips of wood that have been nailed into a wood subfloor. Because of their durability and timeless beauty, traditional solid wood floors remain a popular choice for new installations as well. Since solid wood reacts to fluctuations in humidity, this type of flooring expands and contracts as the moisture levels in your home change.
Best suited for a classical style of interior decorating
For installations over a wood subfloor at or above ground level
Thicknesses range from 5/16″ to 3/4″
Ttypical widths include 1-1/2″ to 2-1/4″
Can be sanded and refinished several times for lasting value and performance