Donna Monroe Flooring November 30th, 2018 - 06:20:55
If we had any questions they're there to answer them, they also let us have our time when we needed our time check-out our floor. There was no pressure and Brad got the acacia flooring, which is about 75 % harder than your standard. Red old Sean is an engineered floor. It has a nice thick veneer layer of real wood over the plywood. One of the most durable finishes got 30 years, the warranty on the finish as well. Basically, just quick. Some locks just float no nail and no growing the easiest installation you can do. When we looked at this shown quick click acacia floor. It was in stock ready to go and he was helped.
He was on sale and the guy helped us load it up. That was all there was to it. We did go with the quiet, walk underlayment when there was a concrete floor in here. The sound would really echo down in this basement, but it definitely helps to absorb some things. The installation process was quite easy. We have a five-year-old son Lawson and, as we laid them out, he wanted to be included and he just went right at it. Put them in. It was really easy.
How easy makes so easy and you just zip right across the room and keep plugging those boards in before you know it. You've got something special. We were done in about a day and a half the website was a good resource. Oh, you had a lot of information there. The customer reviews are very helpful, yeah see what you're getting into it gives you an idea where you want to go with things. It's got the room designer tool, so we were able to see what it might look like with that, and it makes your decision a lot easier. In the end, there was something about the occasion different tones that it offered.
We really liked that warm cozy kind of feel it's like a cabin. It's like going away. We come downstairs and we're like on vacation there's a lot of different varieties. Any colors, you get your blondes, your dark Browns, even a little bit of orange colors. It helps us tie in all kinds of different looks for able to go with the dark trim, which looks great with the lighter colored walls and Hickory cabinets all those with the floor. It kind of creates a flow or anything you pick to put in this room.
It's going to go, you don't have to worry about it, having those different tones just really allowed for any type of decorating, even with the furniture. It was nice because we do basically a log chair, but then we also did a dark red mission style chair as well. It's a handsome-looking for ya. We have gotten so many compliments on our floor. I would say in the next five years our house will be all wood floors.