Using Wood Tiling In Your Home? How To Get The Most Out Of It
When it comes to putting wood flooring in areas that are prone to water damage like a kitchen and a bathroom, a lot of homeowners will think twice. Because wood is anything but waterproof, if it gets too much water underneath it or if water sits on top of it for too long, it can cause extreme problems like warping or even mold growth. But because a lot of homeowners still like the look of wood, they may be willing to risk having to replace it in a short period of time.