Engineered wood flooring has skyrocketed in popularity in recent years due to its unique attributes, combining durability, water resistance, and aesthetic appeal, while also serving as an eco-friendly choice.
Tile flooring options include slate, marble, granite, travertine, ceramic, porcelain and terracotta, among others, each embodying its own unique aesthetic, function and benefits.
Popular types of wood flooring include oak, mahogany, walnut, maple, pine, bamboo, and even cork.
Burt Lumber recently partnered with Pella Corporation, providing customers access to the residential and commercial window and door manufacturer's wide inventory of extraordinary products, to transform any project.
Reclaimed wood flooring resurrects classic styles and character through salvaging and repurposing old timber, giving customers new, affordable, green remodeling options.
It is essential to evaluate durability when determining the best type of wood flooring. Bamboo, cork, hardwood and laminate are built to last, making them cost-effective and aesthetically pleasing options.
Looking to prep your home for the holidays? Here are a few seasonal interior home improvement projects to try, from jazzing up your kitchen and maximizing your living space to refurbishing your mantel.
Insulating windows and doors, closing vents, cleaning gutters and downspouts, weatherstripping drafty crevices, replacing furnace filters, and sealing your deck are just some of the interior and exterior home winter preparations to do before the cold weather arrives.
While real wood and composite decking share several benefits, such as durability and aesthetics, they differ in cost and required level of upkeep, with the former typically less expensive and the latter easier to maintain.
A lumberyard houses, manufactures, customizes and sells a broad variety of wood and other building materials, products, services and supplies for home improvement, renovation and construction projects.