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3 Reasons to Put Hardwood Flooring in Your Kitchen

3 Reasons to Put Hardwood Flooring in Your Kitchen
If you’re thinking about remodeling your kitchen this spring or summer, you should definitely consider having hardwood flooring installed in your new space.

Spring is finally here on the East Coast. Spring and
Summer are the seasons when most homeowners choose to complete their home
remodeling projects. The warm weather is much more accommodating for these projects
than the cold! If you’re thinking about remodeling your kitchen this spring or
summer, you should definitely consider having hardwood flooring installed in
your new space. 

Design Versatility

While you’re researching ideas for your new kitchen design,
you will probably notice that hardwood is a popular choice. This is
because it is extremely versatile and looks great with pretty
much any design. This alone
gives hardwood a huge advantage over other potential
flooring types such as tile, linoleum, and vinyl. With the popularity of open
concept designs, hardwood flooring is a clear choice. You can have matching
flooring in your kitchen and surrounding rooms and your home will
have a more uniform appearance, and you don’t have to worry about blending
multiple different types of flooring.

Hardwood Flooring is Highly Durable

When hardwood flooring is appropriately maintained, it can
last for many years. There are some homeowners who are reluctant to put
hardwood in the kitchen because of the potential for moisture damage. Luckily,
all you need to do is put down small rugs in areas where spills typically
happen, such as in front of the sink and stove. Many homeowners opt to put
anti-fatigue gel mats in these areas to add cushion and protect the

Added Benefits

Most types of flooring typically seen in kitchens can be
very rigid. Tile, linoleum, and many types of laminate have little to no give
in them. This is one area where hardwood flooring is particularly beneficial.
Walking and standing on such hard, rigid surfaces for extended periods of time
can cause you pain and soreness. Because hardwood naturally has some give in
it, there is far less soreness involved. Different types
of hardwood
have different amounts of give, so talk to the experts at Jason
Brown Wood Floors to find the type that fits your needs! 

Festool Tools are Now Available from Jason Brown Wood Floors!

For over 90 years, Festool has
been crafting quality tools for all types of jobs, and those amazing products
are now available from Jason Brown Wood Floors! Each week, we will feature a
different product on our blog so that you can learn more about them too!

Festool’s batteries are extremely versatile! Believe it or
not, there are just FOUR different batteries needed to power all of those
products! This is because they are interchangeable across different tools. As
long as the voltage and power requirements match up, you’re good to go. This
means you’ll have far less downtime while waiting for things to charge and
you’ll be able to complete projects much faster!

Hardwood Flooring Installation and Maintenance from Jason Brown Wood Floors

At Jason Brown Wood Floors, our commitment to quality
installation is clear in all that we do, which is why our customers
consistently rate us as one of the top contractors in the region. We have been
awarded Baltimore Magazine’s Best of Baltimore Award 4 times and have been
proudly serving the Baltimore Area for over 16 years. If you’re ready to speak
with someone about your hardwood flooring project, we want to hear from you!
Contact us at 410-668-9131 or send us a message here.

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