Hardwood Floors

Solid Hardwood Flooring

Solid Hardwood Flooring is 100% lumber-milled hardwood and is a solid piece of wood from top to bottom. The thickness varies from ¾” to 5/16”. Solid wood flooring can be installed above or on grade, and can be sanded and refinished several times during its service life. Because it is an organic material, solid hardwood flooring reacts to changes in the environment, such as extreme temperatures and moisture, which causes solid wood to shrink or expand. Although, renowned for it's natural beauty and durability solid hardwood is typically not recommended for installation below grade level or in bathrooms for this very reason. 

Engineered Hardwood

.Engineered wood floors are real wood floors made using wood layering. The layers (veneers) can either be the same or of different species. The grain of each veneer runs in different directions, in order to increase its stability. This gives the wood extra resistance to expansion and contractions due to any fluctuations in humidity and temperature. This type of flooring sometimes can be sanded and refinished, depending on the thickness of its top layer. Engineered wood flooring can be installed above, on or below grade.

Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo is a fast-growing and sturdy tree-like grass, making it a highly renewable resource. This appeals to homeowners interested in environmentally friendly flooring, but also has benefits for the budget-minded. Bamboo costs as little as half the price of other hardwood floors. Bamboo floors have become more popular in recent years, due to their many similarities to hardwood flooring. Bamboo flooring has a chic, exotic look but is still relatively inexpensive, which makes it a highly appealing flooring option for many. Bamboo flooring that is of high quality will wear as well and last about as long as traditional hardwood floors. (Of course, as is the case in every industry, the “high quality” characteristic is key.)

Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is a relatively new invention that has become extremely popular in recent years, and for good reason. Laminate flooring is versatile, easy to maintain, and reasonably priced, some people consider this a “super material.” It is highly resistant to many of the outdoor elements that can discolor other flooring materials. The wear layer protects it from stains, scratches and smudges from dirt and mud making it a great material for hallways, entryways, and other high-traffic areas. It also resists fading from UV light exposure making it popular in sun rooms.

Reclaimed Pallet Hardwood 

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