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One of the most common reasons for selecting hardwood flooring is to enjoy the look of a natural product. It is important to note, however, that because there are so many wood species to choose from, you won’t get the same look from one species to another. There are even other characteristics to be considered so that you not only get the initial result you are going for but understand how your new hardwood flooring could change and look over the years. Here is some information about a few of the more common and exotic hardwood species to aid you in selecting the right one for your situation: Oak: You will find plenty of both white oak and red oak on the market as these are two of the most common wood species used in hardwood flooring. The flame-like pattern and oak lend a beautiful appearance. Red oak is a little less durable than white oak but is preferable when your goal is to absorb shock. Pine: There are many different types of pine, which is adored for its snotty grains that are softer in appearance than that of oak. The most common pine species used in flooring are Southern Yellow Pine […]