To go under your sensitive feet choose sawn timber (saematerjal) flooring

Selecting flooring for your home can at times become most difficult to decide on some popular options are laminate, marble, granite or ceramic. This situation arises when you are either renovating or designing your old or new space. Some of the things that you will have to consider before actually finalizing the type of flooring are how much can you afford to spend, installing hassles and maintenance. For exceptional floor look why not go in for sawn timber (saematerjal) flooring? In order to create an instant impression on the interior walls and ceilings pre-finished lining board (voodrilaud)board are used and they truly look beautiful.


Choose wood floorboard (P├Árandalaud) this is surely going to be the ultimate choice you will make to go under your sensitive feet. Hardwood floor of beech, oak, maple or birch would be the best. Hardwood is such that if it is well maintained it is going to virtually last forever. It is easy to keep it clean and if someone at home is going through asthma issues this hardwood sawn timber (saematerjal) flooring is a perfect choice. There are people who would prefer to buy a home having hardwood floors only.

Wood floorboard (p├Árandalaud) is eco-friendly. With the latest harvesting method eco-friendly sawn timber (saematerjal) flooring options are much available in the market. The advantages wood flooring has over carpeted one is worth it. Carpet traps allergens and dirt and does not last long. Wood floors are said to last even for 100 years and can be repurposed too while a carpet flooring will not last you for more than even 10 years. Hardwood floors add elegance to your home and offer warmth too. In regions, experiencing extreme winters have only wood floors.

For most sustainable and affordable lining board (voodrilaud)opt for Tasmanian oak. They are perfect for ceilings and walls for kitchen island bars or on cupboard fronts. This hardwood is procured from a local source and come from responsible production forests.