How much value does hardwood flooring add to my home?

How much value does hardwood flooring add to my home?

Engineered and solid hardwood flooring will give you the highest ROI for your investment.

Breaking it all down

You will recoup 70% to 80% of the initial cost, as reflected in your property values. That means a home worth $250K could become $265K or more.

Also, if you plan to sell, know those prospective buyers will pay up to 2.5% more for a home with wood floors. Plus, the visual interest will make them sell faster and easier!

Make sure the floors are on-trend and in good condition. A great floor will always bring the most value, even when it’s wood.

The allure of wood flooring

The natural beauty, undertones, and features like knots and grains are reason enough to choose it. In addition, a wide assortment of stains enables you to customize the floors; they can easily be made lighter or darker.

These floors are classic and timeless. They never go out of style. That also includes trends like the current popularity of patterns and distinctive layouts.

Other benefits

1. Long-lasting beauty. They last for decades.

When the floors look worn or excessively scratched, it usually only takes refinishing to bring them back to luster. Come into our hardwood flooring company to learn how engineered, and solid can be refinished.

2. Versatility. These floors work in any decor. They look great in traditional, contemporary, and other atmospheres, like California coastal.

3. Easy maintenance: Dust mop daily, vacuum weekly, and clean and polish a few times a year. Use everyday protections like putting mats strategically and protective furniture pads when necessary.

Flooring expertise in Oxford, MS

Stout’s Carpet and Flooring is a family-owned business with decades of experience, knowledgeable staff, and certified installers. You'll love your hardwood flooring installation with us!

When you come into our showroom, you'll see names like Bella Cera, BPI Prestige, Mohawk, Karastan-Luxecraft, and more. Visit us today in Oxford, MS, especially if you live or work in Lafayette County, Batesville, or Pontotoc.
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