|Georgia Hardwood Floors
Georgia Hardwood is hardwood produced in the southeastern states. Hardwood is denser than softwood and as a result, it is more durable and resistant against marring and everyday wear when used as a flooring material. The most common hardwoods are Pine, Oak, Ash, Maple and Cherry. From early colonial days, southeastern states produced hardwood in abundance and today, they are still huge suppliers.
Georgia hardwood can also be found in buildings that were built during the 1800’s as well as in river bottoms. These hardwoods are often referred to as antique or reclaimed hardwood and they exhibit unique qualities found in no other hardwood. The hardwood can be used for building furniture, cabinets, and sculptures among other things and when used as flooring, can be incredibly beautiful, highly durable and extremely appealing.
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