Cottonwood, AZ
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Sedona, AZ
phone(928) 634-2655
Main Place Floor & Window Fashions in Sedona and Verde Valley


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Important Hardwood Flooring Facts

Hardwood flooring has a persona all its own. Ask any homeowner who has had it for any length of time, and you’ll hear the same things. It’s elegant, classic, timeless, and goes with just about any design scheme. It’s hard to replace this particular material with anything else once you’ve experienced it for yourself.

At Main Place Floor, we know a few things about solid wood flooring. Coupled with our staunch dedication to seeing the complete satisfaction of our customers, we will work with you through the entire process of reflooring your home. We invite you to come visit our showroom in Cottonwood, AZ with any questions that you have, and to see our full line of flooring. We service the areas of Cottonwood, Sedona, Jerome, Clarkdale, Cornville, Village of Oak Creek and Verde Valley, and we would love the opportunity to serve you as well.

What to Know About Hardwood

There are many options associated with choosing hardwood flooring for your home. The best place to start, however, is with the particular wood species type you will want and need. Your flooring professional will ask a series of questions to better understand your needs. Those questions might include:

  • What is the foot traffic like throughout your home?
  • Do you have children or pets?
  • Are you worried that spills might be a factor to consider?
  • In what rooms would you like to install this flooring?

These are just a few of the questions that will help us better understand your needs. If you’ve thought them over beforehand, all the better during your shopping experience.
Gorgeous hardwood flooring in Sedona, AZ from Main Place Floor & Window Fashions
Along with the type of species, you’ll also want to think about the type of finish you’ll have placed on your new floor. One option is the shiny finish so many people choose, as it is the most common.But be aware that it’s not your only option. There is also the vintage or distressed finish, which will give your floors the look of age-old beauty right from the start. Or, you could think about a hand scraped finish, which goes a long way in hiding little things like scuffs and light scratches.

Remember, solid hardwood flooring isn’t your only option. Engineered wood is also a great choice, especially if you’re looking for a flooring that will be placed below grade. Since solid hardwood can’t be installed in such an area, engineered is the next best thing.

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