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HARDWOOD FLOORING

 

HARDWOOD FLOORING is not only a design choice; it’s also an environmental choice. Wood floors are a renewable resource, environmentally friendly, and can improve the air quality of your home because they don’t trap dust, pollen and other allergens. Help save the environment, and improve the health of your family — redecorate with hardwood floors today!

WE WILL INSTALL YOUR NEW HARDWOOD FLOORING!!! - At Cherokee Hardwoods we specialize in the sale and installation of Prefinished and Unfinished Hardwood Flooring in commercial and residential properties. We can use both domestic and exotic hardwoods to create any desired effect. For the highest quality hardwood flooring, visit our showroom today to see our extensive selection of flooring samples from Somerset Hardwood FloorsChelsea Plank Flooring and Columbia Clic Laminate Flooring or call to schedule someone to visit your home, office, etc. for a free quote.            

 
 
Walnut

American Cherry

Hickory

Maple


Red Oak


White Oak

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  This is one of the most prized of North American hardwoods,  the wood is heavy, hard, and stiff and has excellent stability. It is moderatly dense, but very strong.  Prized for its rich color and fine graining, black cherry is commonly seen in American cabinetry and furniture. The fine, satiny texture of the wood is uniform and frequently wavy, with distinctive gum veins and pockets. Hickory is a very dense wood that is reddish brown in color with dark brown stripes, while the sapwood tends toward a creamy white with pinkish tones and fine brown lines. The sapwood of sugar maple is a lovely creamy white, while the heartwood ranges from creamy white to light reddish brown. This wood has a closed, subdued grain and a uniform texture, with medium figuring. Red oak is light-colored with a reddish tone. It is slightly redder in color than white oak, which can have a white to cream to light brown color. The grain of red oak is open, and also somewhat coarser, and so more porous, than that of white oak. White oak is slightly harder than red oak, and also more durable. However, both types are notably stiff and dense, have high shock resistance, and resist wear.
What is prefinished and unfinished hardwood?

Prefinished hardwood has a durable and consistent factory finish. No finishing is needed which allows for quick installation, and eliminates the noise and dust associated with hardwood installation.

What is Unfinished hardwood?
Unfinished hardwood is the traditional style of flooring that requires a finish or stain to complete the look of the floor. Unfinished floors allow for more options for colors, stains and finishes, but requires lengthy installation due to the finishing process.