How to Rate Timber Ridge Hardwood Floors


Timber Ridge hardwood floors refer to a specific line or style of wood flooring manufactured by a range of companies. Some companies make this line of wood look golden and antiquated, while other companies make it look rustic and coffee-colored. If you're considering this type of flooring for your home, give it a close evaluation in order to make a sound decision. This way you can determine if all the attributes of the wood, from appearance to functionality, correspond with your needs and the needs of your home.

  • Examine the colors of the different styles of wood in this line. Since Timber Ridge hardwood flooring comes in a wide range of shades, you need to rate the variety of the wood colors according to whether or not you like them and feel they could complement your decor. Rate the flooring on a scale of one to five, with five being the most compatible with your interiors.

  • Rub the sample pieces from each style of wood in the Timber Ridge line. The wood should offer you a wide variety of textures, and all the wood should be at least 3/4 inch thick. Rate the wood on a scale of one to five, five representing a slew of different textured wood, from smooth to a raised grain.

  • Inquire about the warranty offered for each Timber Ridge line. If the companies truly believe in their products, they'll offer you a full warranty of at least 25 years. Rate the wood based on their warranty on a scale of one to five, with five being the best.

  • Inquire about the widths available of each plank. Some companies offer the Timber Ridge line with one width of plank, whereas other companies offer a range of 3 inch, 4 inch, 5 inch and wider widths. Rate the variety of widths on a scale of one to five, five being the largest variety.

  • Inquire about the price per square footage and the cost of installation. Rate each Timber Ridge line based on its affordability on a scale of one to five.

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