We are asked when selecting a floor if it’s best to be finished in our facility or onsite at the home. Prefinished and unfinished flooring both have their advantages and it all comes down to personal preference.
Just like any other flooring, hardwood floors need a refresher from time-to-time. Whether you have kids or pets coming inside from outdoor activities or you’re hosting a dinner party, keeping your floors clean isn’t always easy. There are a few ways to keep your wooden floors looking as new. Here are some do’s and don’ts […]
Acclimation is very important when it comes to hardwood floors. There are a few guidelines before installing hardwood flooring to make sure it can hold up to the environmental conditions it will be placed in.
When you hear the words “hardwood flooring and kids or pets,” you probably cringe. Don’t let the fact of having children or pets steer you away from getting the floors of your dreams.
The trends we are forecasting for the 2019 year are not far off from what we have been seeing over the past few years. Take a look below as to what is expected for this year.
A hardwood flooring species that continues to dominate the market is the traditional White Oak.
It’s that time of the year again, show season! If you’re looking to remodel or build new construction, these are great 2019 shows to attend.
You may be wondering, “what exactly is engineered hardwood flooring?” When talking about an engineered product, you may also hear the term “laminate.” There are some common factors amongst each manufacturers engineered products but there are traits that make one stand out more than the other does.
Walking onto real hardwood floors is a feeling unlike any other. The sound, texture, durability and beauty is not like anything else. However, vinyl is on the rise of popularity of receiving the hardwood appearance without the price. Below we will answer some questions you may have about the differences between hardwood and luxury vinyl […]
The Peachey Story doesn’t begin with a custom wood workshop in the foothills of the Appalachians. It doesn’t start with the skills of local Amish craftsmen creating unique, made-to-order flooring. Our story actually begins in the finest old-growth forests in America.