When considering Hardwood flooring one of the first questions is do you want/need a solid hardwood floor or is an engineered hardwood floor the right choice for you? That discussion is for another time, however for today let’s assume you have already concluded that engineered wood flooring is right for you.
For this scenario let’s assume the following:
You are installing in a lower floor of your home, perhaps a basement.
You want a high end hardwood with European styling and design, but you don’t want to pay retail.
Enter: Saso Hardwood Flooring
Saso is an very well engineered hardwood with a large variety of species to suite your design scheme. Often these species are available in 3 1/2″ wide material or 5″ wide do you can determine which is best for you.
Hardwood Flooring species offered by Saso hardwood include:
- birch hardwood
- sapele exotic hardwood
- Brazilian cherry exotic hardwood (aka jatoba)
- red oak hardwood
- maple hardwood
- white oak hardwood
- teak hardwood – TEAK HARDWOOD INSTALLATION PHOTO
These species offer a variety of stain colors as well that range from very like to deep chocolate colors.
In terms of construction this floor is terrific. The style and design is high end. The price is surprisingly low and offers a VERY good value to buyers. This floor would certainly be considered a very durable floor considering all of these facts:
9 plys for high stability – this is great for areas with humidity issues (low or high)
Flooring Installation – Floating installation preferred, but can be glued down (but why would you – when you have a PERFECTLY engineered click system on it?)
9 coats of finish!
Properly harvested lumber from managed forests.
If you are considering buying hardwood flooring – it’s worth your time to take a look at Saso Hardwood Floors.