Updated on June 3, 2021
Pros And Cons Of The Wood Floor
When installing a hardwood floor, there are two main types of units that you can follow: pre-finished and unfinished. The wood floors have been marked with stains and seals.
Hardwood floors unfinished on the other side do not change – it is usually untreated wood that has not been sealed or colored. ‘Contact us’ (also known as ‘ติดต่อเรา‘ in the Thai language) for more inquiries of all finish products of wooden floor products.
These two types of floors come with their pros and cons:
Many pre-finished floors are usually completed with a durable final result that ensures that the floor maintains its appearance for a long time. In most cases, this floor comes with guarantees ranging from 5-25 years. Durable finished also made the floor ideal for homes with children and pets.
Hardwood floors that have not finished need sanding and finishing which is an additional cost for you. When you finish, wood takes weeks to dry. There is also an unpleasant smell at home.
These are the pros and cons of the wooden floor that has been finished and has not finished. Regardless of the floor you choose, you must ensure that you take good care of it to maintain a good look for a long time. This calls you to clean your floor regularly.