One of the great features of the floors that we have at Hometown Sheds is that they are tongue in groove. If you’re not familiar with that term, take a look at this picture. You’ll see that there is a groove on one piece, and a slot on the other that fits into it. In other words, there’s a tongue that fits into a groove.
Here’s what that means for you…
It’s Quality. Through the years tongue in groove has signified quality. If you’ve been to one of the big beautiful older homes in your community, the hardwood floors are most likely tongue in groove. Cheaper flooring is simply glued or nailed side by side.
It’s Interlocking. Gaps don’t appear in tongue and groove, because movement and wear is limited by the way they are constructed. The even surface lasts, even when your building is moved from one location to another.
It’s Stable. In our buildings, floors are bolted to 16″ on center joists, which are then fastened to the runners. These three things mean that your floor is built to stay put.
It’s the Foundation. While our floors are wonderful, you’re going to find out that the floor is just the foundation of a fabulously well made building, all the way to the top.
Come on over and walk on one of our floors, and pick out which one you want to take home!