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Hardwood floors are very popular in homes today, but it hasn’t always been that way.  Hardwood floors were first introduced in medieval times and generally were used in multi-level buildings.  The planks were usually of Elm or Oak wood.  In later years, wealthier Europeans began using fine wood flooring in there homes.  In North America, the type of wood flooring used typically depended on the availability and the affordability of the planks.  In earlier times, unfinished pine boards were common in North American homes.  During the Industrial Revolution, strip floors became popular when factories began mass production of hardwood flooring.  Due to lack of proper finishes and protectents, hardwood flooring began to lose popularity in the late 19th century.  Carpet then became very popular and was usually installed right over the hardwood floors.  Through the years, the technology of flooring has advanced.  New sealers, finishes, and even new ways to install flooring have been developed over the years.   Today, the fact that hardwood floors are easier to clean and maintain than carpet, has led it to be more sought after than ever.  Hardwood flooring can also offer a great return on your investment.

 

Bruce Hardwood Flooring

Kahrs Hardwood Flooring

Triangulo Hardwood Flooring

 

Today, many people are choosing hardwood floors as a popular and stylish alternative to carpeting.   Carpeting can hold dust mites, pollen, pet dander, mold,  air borne chemicals, and more.  Allergy and asthma sufferers, breathe easier, get rid of that old carpet; brighten and modernize your home with an affordable new look from Mirage flooring.


Whether you’re looking for a great way to update your home, or you or a loved one suffers from indoor allergies, Mirage Flooring is the answer you're looking for.
Mirage Flooring offers many different styles and finishes, with your budget in mind. Mirage lets you choose from a variety of flooring, like traditional hardwood flooring, locking floors, and engineered flooring.  Whether you are looking to add warmth and charm, or elegance and beauty, Mirage Flooring has the right look for your home.

 

LM Hardwood Flooring

LM Flooring Bentley

LM Kendall Exotics

Solid Hardwood floors can add a clean, fresh look to your home. They are designed to stand the test of time. Hardwood floors can be refinished 3-5 times to last for years to come. Interlocking planks make for easy installation. Solids come in a wide variety of widths, and are 3/4" thick.  Mirage Flooring carries a full line of solids. You can choose from American Walnut, American Cherry, Brazilian Cherry, a variety of Maple colors, Oak colors ( Alaska, Auburn, Bordeaux, Cognac, Maple Natural, Sierra, Truffle, and Vienna, to name a few ), plus Tiger wood, Yellow Birch and more.

Mirage also offers engineered flooring. The planks come in widths of 2 9/16", 3 5/16s, 5" and herringbone in 2 9/16". They are 3/8" thick. Like solid hardwood flooring, engineered hardwood can be sanded 3-5 times over its lifetime, and can be installed over radiant heat systems.   Mirage Flooring carries the same color varieties in the engineered flooring as in their solids, plus Breza, Kouban, Santos Mahogany, Sapele and White Ash.

 

Homerwood Flooring

Johnson Flooring

Armstrong Flooring Prices

Mirage Flooring also offers locking floors. The planks are 7/16" thick and 4 5/16" in width. When installing, you can quickly interlock the planks thanks to RightMostTM technology.  For easy installation, locking floors can be installed over already existing floors. They can also be installed over radiant heat systems. If necessary, you can also pick up and move your Mirage locking floor. Mirage flooring offers their line of locking floors in three great colors; Maple, Red Oak and Sapele.

 

Mohawk Hardwood Flooring

Whether it's an easy and affordable update you're looking for, or you are an indoor allergy sufferer, Mirage Flooring is the right choice for you.  Mirage flooring can be found at fine flooring retailer’s nation wide.  Mirage Flooring also offers a 25 year Residential or a 3 year Commercial warranty on all their products.