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Solid Hardwood

Step into McCurley's National Flooring and uncover the enduring elegance of solid hardwood flooring. Our solid hardwood selection brings a touch of timeless beauty to any room in your home.

Renowned for its natural aesthetic and durability, solid hardwood adds warmth and character to your space. Each plank is milled from a single piece of timber, showcasing the raw beauty of its unique grain patterns.

Our solid hardwood collection spans a wide range of wood species, finishes, and styles. Whether you prefer the rustic appeal of oak, the richness of walnut, or the exotic charm of mahogany, we have an option to match your style.

Solid hardwood, while easy to maintain, also offers longevity. With the option to sand and refinish over time, your floors can remain stunning for generations.

Dive into the unique properties of solid hardwood in the sections below. At McCurley's National Flooring, choosing the perfect flooring to complete your home is effortless. Step into the classic charm of solid hardwood and transform your space today.

Wood Species

Wood Species in Solid Hardwood Flooring significantly influence the aesthetics and performance of the floor. Each species boasts unique characteristics in terms of color, grain pattern, and hardness. From the timeless appeal of oak and the durability of hickory, to the elegant warmth of walnut and the exotic charm of mahogany, the choice of wood species can transform the look and feel of your space. Recognizing the differences in Solid Hardwood Wood Species can guide your selection for a floor that mirrors your style and meets your expectations of durability.

Wood Thickness

Solid Hardwood Thickness is a crucial aspect in determining the longevity and stability of your flooring. Commonly ranging from 3/4 to 5/16 of an inch, the thickness affects the floor's ability to withstand wear and be refinished over time. Thicker hardwoods offer more substantial wear layers, allowing for multiple refinishing cycles—a significant consideration for high-traffic areas. Understanding Solid Hardwood Thickness can help you choose a floor with the durability to stand up to your lifestyle and the flexibility to evolve with your style.

Finish Texture

Solid Hardwood Finish Texture contributes to the overall aesthetic and feel of your floor. From the sleek, modern appeal of a smooth finish to the rustic charm of hand-scraped or distressed textures, and the subtle detailing of a wire-brushed finish, each texture creates a unique ambiance. The finish texture also influences the floor's practicality, with certain textures better at concealing scratches or dents. Understanding Solid Hardwood Finish Texture can help you select a floor that aligns with your design vision and suits your lifestyle needs.

Finish Type

The Finish Type of Solid Hardwood Flooring serves as a protective layer while amplifying the wood's natural aesthetics. Polyurethane finishes provide a sturdy, protective layer, suitable for high-traffic areas, and are available in high-gloss and matte varieties. Oil finishes penetrate the wood, highlighting its natural grain and allowing easy touch-ups over time. Understanding these finish types helps in choosing a floor that aligns with your style and durability needs.

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Sand and Refinish 

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General Maintenance

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