When choosing your wood floors, you'll have an important decision: the finish.
Good quality finishes bind the planks together and keep dirt and moisture at bay.
There are many choices, but we often hear about penetrating oil. It's the finish of choice among many of our hardwood flooring customers.
It looks more natural
Penetrating oil permeates wood, as opposed to sitting on top. That makes it part of the wood, accentuating and bringing out the floorboards' essence.
As a result, the wood itself, not stains or finishes, becomes the centerpiece. Others take a back seat!
With penetrating oil, your wood flooring in Portsmouth, NH, will be smooth, warm, and more beautiful than ever.
Penetrating oil makes the wood ultra strong
Penetrating oil usually doesn't need re-application. However, other types eventually wear down and need a re-coating.
Penetrating oil doesn't just dry; it hardens. That makes your wood floors tough, durable, and protected from scratches and dents. Even pet nails are no match.
Application and upkeep are easier with penetrating oil
Since it penetrates, there's no streaking or feathering. Wood flooring that's finished with penetrating oil needs no refinishing. Just clean them regularly with a soap designed specifically for this finish.
It’s environmentally friendly and safe
Hardwood flooring, combined with a plant-based penetrating oil, doesn't have much impact on the environment. There are no VOCs, chemicals, or any other substance that can trigger allergies.
New England’s trusted hardwood flooring source
At Portsmouth Quality Flooring, we've been transforming homes and businesses for over 30 years. So, there's no reason to go anywhere else for your hardwood flooring (or carpet, tile, luxury vinyl, etc.).
Our knowledge, customer service, and extensive inventory will impress you. You'll also see quality brands like Johnson, First Accents, Lauzon, etc.
Visit our showroom in Portsmouth, especially if you live or work in Portsmouth, Greenland, New Castle, Rye, North Hampton, Newmarket, Exeter, Stratham, NH, York, and Kittery, ME.