This type of wood is a hard wood, which makes it extremely durable for daily wear and tear. If you are searching for a way to make your home look more rustic, then the hickory hardwood flooring is a great choices for you. The beautiful tan to reddish colors lookd great in any room, but most especially in homes that have more of country feel. This wood is manufacture mainly in North America. This wood is not only used for flooring tough but also for veneers, cabinets, furniture and even baseball bats and golf clubs. It has been used for centuries for all different kinds of uses and it is even used for cooking. If you need a wood that will extremely durable and will last through years of daily use then this wood is an excellent choice for you.
Due to the hardnesss of hickory hardwood flooring, it is difficult to work with hand tools. It may also difficult to sand due to the density of this wood. Hickory wood is 41% harder than red oak which is the most commonly used wood in hardwood flooring. This make a wonderful choice for use in any room, but especially in rooms that see a lot of traffic like the kitchen. The kitchen is also where pots, pans and other cooking utensils may be dropped on the floors and this flooring can withstand this use. A family room is another great place for hickory floors. If you have more than one child then you have seen the way that kids throw their toys around each other and each other. These extremely durable floors can stand up to this kind of mistreatment and still look beautiful.
Hickory hardwood flooring is a great choice for any home but if you are looking for a floor that will give your home that country feel then hickory is the wood for you. The beautiful color variations from tan to red make it unique and beautiful choice for any home.
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