If you’re seeking floors with character, style, and history, hand-scraped hardwood could be perfect for you!
Orlando homeowners appreciate hand-scraped hardwood for its warm, rustic appeal. Floor Coverings International Winter Garden is proud to bring hand-scraped hardwood to your Orlando home!
What is Hand-Scraped Hardwood?
Hand-scraping is a traditional method of smoothing out hardwood planks, resulting in unique and subtle differences between every plank. These days, hand-scraped hardwood can be crafted by hand or by machine. Most hand-scraped hardwood is finished using a thick, clear, and durable coating called urethane.
Benefits of Hand-Scraped Hardwood
The authentic and hand-crafted appearance of hand-scraped hardwood gives it character and personality. Set your home apart with this unique flooring! Hand-scraped hardwood will give your home rustic warmth, creating a look that’s both modern and timeless.
Hand-scraped hardwood is popular for its stylish and historic appearance. The careful hand-scraping process delivers a stunning, artistically aged final product.
Hardwood flooring is a durable and long-lasting option for your home; hand-scraped hardwood is no exception. The variations between hand-scraped hardwood planks will also conceal minor dings, dents, and scratches better than traditional hardwood.
Hand-Scraped Hardwood Options
Hand-scraped hardwood is available both as solid hardwood or engineered hardwood. Solid hardwood is composed entirely of a single wood species. Engineered hardwood is composed of a wood top layer and plywood center.
Get Started in Orlando Today!
To learn more about hand-scraped hardwood, give the team at Floor Coverings International Winter Garden a call! We’re happy to help you find the perfect floors for your home. Book a free in-home consultation today! We proudly serve Orlando, Winter Garden, Windermere FL and surrounding areas.
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