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Homestead Timbers is known for being a top supplier of specialty lumber in Grand Rapids, MI but we offer much more than just lumber products. Whether you're looking to upgrade your bathroom, kitchen or living room with new flooring, countertops or cabinets we have a variety of options that are sure to meet all your needs! We offer a range of flooring at different price points ranging from the most expensive hardwoods, followed by engineered woods, LVP/LVT, and laminate.
There are many factors that will determine what type of flooring is best for you. Some of these include product cost, exposure to moisture or water, ease of install, and maintenance. For example, If you have pets or kids running around in your home then a more durable option might be the better choice compared to low traffic areas. Ease of install is important because it will affect your install cost if you're having someone do it or how long it will take you to do it.
If you're looking for hardwood, LVT (Luxury vinyl tile), or laminate flooring, we've got you covered. Below the different options broken down, click the links to learn more about the specific type and options we have for each.
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Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) has been a very popular option in the past few years. You will also hear the term Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) which mimics the look of tile/stone instead of wood.
LVP/LVT is one of the easier options to install for a DIYer. LVP/LVT is a very durable option with a vinyl core and wear layer on top.
Luxury Vinyl Plank, or LVP for short, is vinyl flooring that mimics the look of any wood. Treated like a plank in design and installation process, it's durable with all the benefits of luxury vinyl; including good sound insulation properties to keep your home quiet while still being comfortable on bare feet. LVT is the same but mimics tile or stone.
For sure! Luxury Vinyl Planks are perfect if you want floors that are easy-to-clean. Spend less time cleaning after spills and dirt brought in from shoes and play! As with all flooring, routine cleaning is required to keep it in the best shape possible. For day to day cleaning, sweeping or using a swifter is sufficient. For deep cleaning, you need to mop with soap and water. Generally, you should avoid high PH cleaners with LVP.
Yes it is, LVP / LVT features a wear layer that protects the look of your flooring. This makes it resistant to dents, scuffs, and scratches. LVP is perfect if you have pets or kids running around as it will stand up to this additional wear and tear. Expected life is generally around 20 years.
Short answer: No. However, as with most products there is a range of quality and price. If you find a LVP / LVT on the cheaper end it probably won't look AS good as more expensive options. There is a wide range in available looks ensuring there is one that will fit your style and home.
Solid wood and engineered woods offer unmatched appearance and can add value to your home. Product and install is costly.
Something great about wood flooring is that they can be sanded and refinished. This means that wood floors can typically last the lifespan of the house.
Hardwood flooring is made of solid piece of wood from whichever species the wood is. On the other hand, engineered hardwood flooring only has a thin layer of the hardwood that is bonded over a quality ply-wood. Engineered will usually cost slightly and unlike solid hardwoods, can be used in areas with more moisture, such as basements.
It requires some work, both solid and engineered hardwoods need to be treated similarly. They should be swept or vacuumed frequently. Liquids will cause warping if left alone. Scratches are a big problem with woods floors so you should use furniture pads on any tables or chairs. Fortunately, hardwood floors can be sanded and refinished. Solid wood can be sanded many times, engineered usually only 1-2 times because of the thin hardwood.
Absolutely! With proper care hardwoods will last a really long time. There are 150 year old houses that still have the original hardwood floors! It is recommended to sand and refinish hardwood floors every 5-10 years depending on wear.
Hardwood flooring is available in different materials with different shades of colors ranging from light maple to deep mahogany. Along with different wood types, often times you can stain the wood to get different colors. This makes it possible for you to get the color you want.