Is there anything as peaceful as listening to the waves of the ocean as you relax on the sand at the beach. Whether it’s first thing in the morning, or as the sun is setting, there never seems to be a bad time to be at the beach. That’s why so many people choose to build vacation homes or primary residences at the beach. Although beachfront living comes with a few consequences, such as extra moisture and salt in the air.
Another main issue with beachfront living is the sand. It is almost impossible not to bring the sand from the beach into your home, it gets everywhere. Beach homes lacked elegance and style for years because of these drawbacks. Luckily, these trends are diminishing with new techniques and hardwood flooring. With recent advancements in weatherproof siding and roofs, it is now easier than ever to improve the appearance of your beach home. One of the places where we have seen the biggest improvement in materials and elegance is with flooring.
It was once taboo to install a hardwood floor at a beach home. The moisture in the air, along with the sand from the beach would destroy an ordinary hardwood floor in no time. If you owned a rental property at the beach, the last thing you would ever think of would be to install a hardwood floor.
Although the recent advancements in hardwood flooring now make it possible for you to install a great looking hardwood floor in your beach home. We are referring to engineered hardwood flooring. Engineered hardwood flooring is now making it possible to install 100% hardwood floors in places where you never thought possible. You can now install engineered hardwood floors in environments that are exposed to large amounts of moisture, like the beach.
Engineered hardwood is made of a top layer of solid wood, with an underlayer made of compressed wood. It is more resistant to moisture changes because the lower layer is made of compressed wood. With engineered hardwood, you don’t have to worry about your boards shrinking or expanding when the moisture levels in the air change.
Not only that, but you don’t have to worry as much about sand getting in between the boards and causing damage to your floors. If you want to enhance your engineered hardwood flooring even more, then go with something from ADM’s huge selection of engineered hardwood flooring. Not only is it extremely affordable, but each plank is treated with a special finish to increase its durability. Whether you go with a lacquer finish or oil finish option, the layering technique that ADM uses adds an extra layer of protection to your hardwood floors.
If you have a beach house and want to install a new hardwood floor, let ADM help you choose the perfect wood for your home. There is a large variety of selections to choose from and different finish options to match the decor of any beach home.
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