Floor Coverings International is the one-stop shop for maple flooring in Kernersville, Winston Salem, Western Greensboro, and the surrounding areas. Maple hardwood floors are both a popular and sturdy choice. If you are interested in having maple floors installed in your home, we are available to our customers in the area for free, at-home estimates and consultations.
Our flooring specialists are highly experienced in the products and installation of all species of hardwood floors, including maple flooring. We make it our business to be informed and knowledgeable about every specific species of hardwood flooring, so we are prepared to help you choose from the appropriate maple flooring samples, offer style tips, and perform a full, efficient installation.
Advantages & Disadvantages
The main benefits of maple flooring are that it is easy to maintain, highly durable, and it has a very subtle grain pattern. Maple flooring ranks quite highly on the Janka hardness scale, making it one of the most resilient species of hardwood flooring. Additionally, maple flooring won’t hold airborne toxins as easily as other hardwood species, making it an excellent choice for families with allergies and/or asthma. Maple is easy to clean with regular mopping and sweeping, and its light coloring and subtle grain make it a popular stylistic choice.
However, there are certain things to consider before having maple flooring installed in your home or office. Because it is naturally so light, maple flooring does not hold dark stains well; if you try to use a dark stain on them they may turn out blotchy. Also, maple hardwood floors can swell or warp if you have them installed in an area with high humidity levels.
Our partnerships with premier manufacturers allow us to offer top brands and the best quality products at affordable prices. Give us a call at FCI Piedmont Triad today to explore our hardwood flooring species, including bright and durable maple flooring.
A Note From Our Owner
“If you are looking for a product that is easy to clean, non-toxic, and available in shades that brighten the room, then maple flooring is an excellent choice for you!” – Randy Hatteberg, Owner