Cave Creek was settled in 1870 by soldiers so Cave Creek is seeped in the history of the South West. Located in North Western Maricopa county, Cave Creek is known for its beauty and traditional old west look and feel. Homes and businesses in Cave Creek reflect that same western aesthetic, of which hardwood is a very big part.

Hardwood Flooring in the Heart of Desert.

Even though the town is in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, wood and hardwood is a large part of all architectural structures. Spur Cross Ranch, the nature preserve in Cave Creek, contains many beautiful desert tree species. While many are not traditional hardwoods used in flooring, such as mesquite and cottonwood, I it is possible to find hardwoods and hardwood finishes that can give you the southwest look and feel with the benefit of environmentally friendly products. Oaks, hickories  would make great choices but of course there is no reason to lock yourself into one style and not use modern pallets. Floor is a very important and big part of house construction. Finding the right color, style, species, plank width, finish takes time.

Wood Floors, Historical Cave Creek and Oak as Leading Material.

Our hardwood flooring showroom in North Phoenix, easily accessible from anywhere in Cave Creek, is the right place to choose your material. Olympic Hardwood staff will never rush your decision, answer all questions, help to buy the color approval box to make sure that flooring answers all needs and expectations. For those that would like an in house consultation, we can bring samples to your home so that you can see how specific wood reflects with wall color, light, and furniture. Hardwood flooring at the heart of Sonoran Desert  will prolong historical feeling of Cave Creek.

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