Distressed and hand-scraped wide hardwood planks show scooping and denting reminiscent of boards carved by hand. They show a natural, gentle wear that includes nails, dents, and knots. However, the durable finish protects the floor and preserves the look.
Solid hardwood lasts for generations with the option to refinish it throughout its lifetime. It is not recommended for all rooms in a home. Engineered hardwood planks are less susceptible to expanding and shrinking and are more stable than solid hardwood planks. Wide hardwood planks should serve as the center piece of a space. The chosen width of individual hardwood boards dramatically influences the overall design and look of a floor. Masters Flooring has a showroom in Keller, TX that is visited by hardwood flooring customers from Colleyville, Forth Worth, Keller, North Richland Hills and South lake. They have a selection of hardwood planks in all of the widths, species, finishes, and construction cited here.