Bring some light to your floors with natural Ash wood flooring. This is a species of wood that is popular to brighten up a room with its light cream color, and it is also available in darker shades and can be easily stained to achieve a color of your choice.
Ash Flooring is strong and durable with good shock resistance, so it can be a preferred wooden floor for high traffic areas like a hallway or rooms where things could be dropped, such as a child’s playroom.
In terms of grain quality, ash wood ranks OK, but not when compared to oak. When having a lighter color is a consideration, the ash wood is an advantage. If you consider price, natural ash wood flooring is higher in price than oak flooring.
One of the most significant benefits of using ash in a contemporary interior setting is that it doesn’t require any special stains or sanding to achieve its look. Unlike other floors that need to be stained a white or lighter color to help them work in a contemporary home, ash’s natural color and grain complement these settings on their own. This means that you’ll spend less time worrying about the finish of your floor and more time enjoying it.
Ash Engineered wood flooring is specially designed to maximize strength and durability. Each plank comprises a hardwood top layer, multi-ply wood core, and a supporting layer bound together under extremely high pressure.
Once installed, this results in a floor that has the appearance of sturdiness yet has improved support from beneath, providing more excellent stability. This is particularly beneficial when used with underfloor heating systems or where a ‘floating’ floor installation is preferred.