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.
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.
Shop around and you’ll find there are lots of options for hardwood floors. But look closer, and you’ll find what sets hardwood floors apart.
There are a few deciding factors when it comes to choosing hardwood flooring. One of the factors you may not have considered are the many types of wood cuts.
Reclaimed hardwood continues to capture the eye of many homeowners and creates a stunning floor. It may be hard to imagine that old exterior boards from a farmer’s barn or a supporting joist for a roof in an old warehouse being transformed into a unique hardwood floor.
It’s that time of the year where the air starts to warm up and sooner or later you’ll be opening windows. There is something to keep in mind when you have hardwood flooring; they are still a living thing.
It’s that time of the year where we close our windows and turn on the heat. Did you think about how the climate change may affect your hardwood floors? Seasonal gaps are common but you want to make sure your wood floors are properly maintained during these climate changes.
Check out our interview with Don Coleman, President of Peachey Hardwood Flooring at the Philly Home & Garden Show.
We were honored to be named 2016 Best in Show at the Philly Home & Garden Show. The Philly Home & Garden Show took place January 15-17th at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks and featured more than 150 exhibitors sharing products, services and expertise on a wide variety of home projects.
Installing a new hardwood floor can dramatically increase the value of your home. However, a new hardwood floor can pose problems when trying to seamlessly connect it with existing flooring. While using the same type of flooring throughout your entire home creates consistency, it can also take away from the character of individual rooms.