How do expert salespeople describe wood flooring to their Customers?
Wood flooring brings nature's endless variety of grain-patterns and fascinating colors into the buyer's home.
Nature herself enhances the floor's beauty. Nature's variations are a virture, not a vice (as in mand-made products, where you worry about dye-lot numbers).Next to the walls, floors offer customers the larget space for displaying the tone and spirit they desire in their home. Floors make a large statement about the homeowners. A wood floor can enliven a drab room, enhance any architechtural style, coplement furniture and desigh schemes, and add value to any home or building.In a national survey, 90 percent of real estate agents said that houses with wood flooring sell faster and for more money. Like a fine piece of furniture, wood flooring increases in beauty and value over time. Maintained properly, wood flooring need not be replaced for decades. (Solid wood flooring may never have to be replaced.) Wood Stand up to use. When it does finally wear down, it can be sanded and refinished. That reveals a brand-new floor! Wood is a natural resource-both renewable at the source and recyclable at disposal . Wooden buildings, barns, ships and other structures often find a second life in wood flooring, cabinet, walls and ceilings. A wood floor adds strength and stability to the rest of the floor system. It insulates, as well. Wood, one-inch thick, has the same insulating value as 15 inches of concrete. Wood floors are simple to clean. They don't retain mildow or absorb dust. So, allergists recommend wood floors for a healthy home. Today's flooring mills employ state-of-the-art technology, and offer seemingly limitless choices of stains, finishes, styles and designs. They are strong competitors in the floor covering market. Their wood flooring ranks with the most beautiful, versatile, practical, and easy-care floor coveings.For many consumers, wood flooring has an almost magical appeal- fascinating natural character and warmth. Many people like the connection to nature