Hardwoods4less Introduces Rustic Grade Brazilian Tigerwood Hardwood Flooring Offers Glam on a Budget
Rustic grade Brazilian Tigerwood hardwood flooring provides an elegant look at a discounted rate for homeowners seeking quality, affordable exotic hardwood flooring.
Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Rustic grade Brazilian Tigerwood hardwood flooring provides homeowners on a budget a chance to live lavishly without breaking the bank. The exotic flooring provides a stunning look and feel to a home, but at an affordable rate.
“While the boards may be short in length, having rustic Brazilian Tigerwood hardwood flooring products in your home adds drama without the cost,” says Clayton Peebles, owner of Hardwoods4less.
The cost of rustic grade Brazilian Tigerwood hardwood flooring allows consumers access to a highly-coveted product. The flooring is affordable. It comes in around the same price as Red Oak hardwood flooring.
The color of Brazilian Tigerwood ranges from light tans and oranges, to deep browns and reds. Contrasting striping makes the wood interesting, giving it the look of a tiger, hence the name.
Brazilian Tigerwood can also hold up to to daily wear and tear. It's a great hardwood flooring option for families of children and pets.
This product has boards ranging from 1 feet to 4 feet, with an average of 2 feet.
Peebles says at Hardwoods4less, prefinished rustic grade Brazilian Tigerwood hardwood flooring is submitted to the same 8-step top coat process as any other grade of hardwood in stock. The process helps increase the hardwood's resistance to dents, dings, and scratches.
He adds that the flooring is at a great price point.
“You can get a totally unique, exotic floor, different than anyone on your block, but pay about the same amount as you would for a domestic option,” Peebles says.
Among exotic hardwoods, rustic grade Brazilian Tigerwood hardwood flooring is a viable option for homeowners seeking a sleek, stylish look, at a fair price.
For homeowners and businesses interested in more information about rustic grade Brazilian Tigerwood hardwood flooring, visit http://www.hardwoods4less.com.
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