Hardwood flooring in Phenix City, AL from FloorWorks

Will my resale value increase with hardwood flooring?

Some home improvement projects pay off "big time" when you sell your home, and an upgrade to wood flooring is one of them. Not only will you recoup most or all of the money you invested in the project, but it's also likely that your home will spend little time on the real estate market.

So, shopping for wood flooring is hassle-free when you visit FloorWorks, a family-owned retailer that offers excellent hardwood flooring in Phenix City, AL.

Just the facts

A large amount of statistical data indicates that investing in hardwood flooring is wise. Here are a few facts:

● 90% of real estate agents say homes with hardwood sell for more, according to the National Wood Flooring Association.

● Using data from the National Association of Realtors, USA Today found that 54% of buyers were willing to pay more for homes with wood floors.

● While the National Association of Realtors found that it's possible to recoup 6% more than you spent on a wood flooring upgrade, getting a return on investment (ROI) of about 70% to 80% is typical.

Solid vs. engineered wood floors

You can reap the same rewards regardless of installing engineered wood flooring in your home. Engineered wood usually has a base layer of plywood and a hardwood surface layer.

While an engineered wood floor looks the same in your home as solid hardwood flooring, it is installed in more areas because it needs no attachment to a subfloor and the base tolerates moisture.

Your hardwood flooring headquarters

FloorWorks brings high-quality wood flooring and services to folks in Phenix City and nearby communities like Opelika, Auburn, Smiths Station, AL, and Columbus, GA.

We install hardwood floors, and we offer other services like design consultation and bathroom and kitchen remodeling. So, begin your hardwood flooring upgrade today with a visit to FloorWorks in Phenix City, AL.
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