Walnut timber with its deep chocolate brown color is rightly matched for making wooden flooring. Flooring made from walnut timber provide many advantages that we can’t get with other types of flooring.
The color of the walnut timber is all natural and not something which is applied. In manufacturing the walnut wood flooring, each plank created has subtle variations, meaning no two floors will be exactly alike. This will give each room a unique richness you can’t get with floors having walnut finish applied to them.
Since the color of the walnut flooring is all natural, it goes all the way through each plank manufactured. Any scratches that may develop with long term use are barely noticeable. Walnut wood floors look great after years of use and will not require any refinishing even after long term use. As the wooden flooring ages, it darkens in color and develops a glossy finish naturally adding to its beauty. Walnut trees growing in inferior soil conditions produce grains with curly formations. During walnut wooden flooring manufacturing, these unique formations add character to the floor.
Water can potentially seep into wooden floors causing them to rot. However walnut wooden floors do not need to be treated with any special chemicals during the manufacturing process because they naturally resist mold, insect infestation and water seepage. The floors are easy to maintain because they can be mopped without the fear of damaging the walnut wood. Due to its stability in temperature extremes, walnut wooden flooring can be used near radiant heating units.
Walnut wooden flooring are naturally temperate due to the numerous minuscule air pockets in every cubic inch. In contrast to carpets walnut wooden floors are the ideal choice for people with environmental allergies, because they do not give pollen, animal dander and mold places to hide. All these qualities make walnut wood ideal for wooden flooring manufacturing.