Up Your House Value With Hardwood Mesquite Floors

In today’s market, real and durable materials like steel, granite concrete or wood are becoming more commonly used. They’re must-haves as they will bring up and keep up your house value. For example, stainless steel is durable and resists oxide. It can give your home the industrial look of high-end kitchens. Granite countertops are the accent everyone’s coming back to -no more plastic look-alikes! Granite is heat resistant making it perfect for the kitchen. Concrete countertops are relatively rare but their durability and its “sculpt-ability” are surely bringing them back.

Investing on hardwood floors will pay off in the long run. With proper maintenance, they are very durable and can be refinished for scratches or a change of color if needed. They are preferred by buyers across the United States and, if you’re planning on selling, hardwood floors increase the likelihood of your home selling faster.


Mesquite wood is perfect for floors for its remarkable strength and stability. Compared to carpets, hardwood floors are easier to clean, in contrast, carpet stains can he hard to remove or may not even come off at all! Removing a carpet can be expensive, once a carpet is worn out it will need to be replaced,  hardwood floors just need some maintenance, refinished and it’s good as new.

Aesthetically speaking, Mesquite flooring can be used for open, high-traffic spaces like the kitchen, dining room or living room. Mesquite wood can also be used as accent features around your home like ceiling beams -to increase the appearance of a spacious area or be used as a fireplace mantel -to bring the family together in a cozy environment.




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  4. http://time.com/money/4185900/boost-home-value/woodflow

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