Walnut Hardwood Floors

Walnut hardwood floors are warm and welcoming.  They are a popular choice for homeowners because they have a multitude of great things to offer.  If you are considering walnut flooring, there are a few things you should know though.

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    Benefits of Walnut Flooring

    There are a myriad of benefits to be had with walnut flooring including:

    • Strength: Walnut is one of the strongest woods on the market.  It stands up to all the use and abuse you can give it and still looks breathtakingly gorgeous.  If you have a family that’s rough on floors or a high-traffic commercial area to that needs flooring, walnut is the perfect wood to go with. 
    • Durability: Walnut flooring is durable almost to a fault. If you like to replace your flooring when it wears out, walnut is not for you. It is likely to last a lifetime. Walnut is resistant to chipping and splintering and tends to look better with age if you like a natural look.
    • Beauty: The rich and warm tones of walnut make it a favorite on the market. It’s timeless too. Walnut flooring works well with all types of decorating schemes including rustic, classic, and contemporary. It is ideal for large space areas so its grain patterns are fully appreciated. If you are thinking of remodeling now and possibly selling later, no problem. Practically everyone loves walnut flooring.
    • Serviceable: There are woods used for flooring that would be perfect if they could be mopped without worry of warping or if the wearing or damaged wood planks could be replaced without a huge hassle. Walnut’s serviceability is one more attribute on the list that makes it a stellar choice. It’s known for being so strong and sturdy, it is not given to buckle or warp.
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    Drawbacks of Walnut Flooring

    Here are a few negative things you may encounter with walnut flooring:

    • Price: Walnut flooring isn’t cheap.  But, if you take into consideration how long it lasts and how little repairing you are likely to need done on it, the math averages out. 
    • Installation: Working with walnut flooring isn’t as simple as some other woods because it’s so strong.  It gives little wiggle room.  For that reason, you will do best to have it installed professionally. 
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    Walnut Flooring Options

    American walnut, Brazilian walnut, American black walnut and black walnut are among the kinds of walnut flooring available.  Along with having your choice of different types of walnut flooring, you’ll also be able to choose the quality.  Solid walnut is the most desired but if you can’t afford it, you can go to a less thick grade or even to laminate.  

    Before You Shell Out Your Money

    If you are set on walnut flooring, congratulations. Walnut is one of the wisest choices on the market. Do be sure to make your purchase from a reputable seller and have it professionally installed to maximize its life and beauty. When it comes to walnut flooring, it simply can’t be beat.

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    History of the Walnut Tree

    The scientific name for the walnut tree is Juglans Major. The known history of the walnut tree dates back thousands of years to 7000 BC. They are the oldest known tree, in fact. Walnut trees have been traced back to ancient Switzerland, Italy, France, Belgium, and other Western European areas. In many countries, walnuts from the trees were reserved strictly for royalty. There are 21 species of the tree including English walnut and black walnut that are the most common. Trees can live 150 to 400 years. They are appreciated for their nuts as well as their wood. Beloved for its beauty and hardness, the wood makes an excellent source of material for building, furniture, and wood flooring.
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