Hardwood flooring can give you many looks from rustic to contemporary and everything in between.
The most important thing to know about the Hardwood Flooring we have for sale, is the difference between Solid Hardwood Flooring and Engineered Hardwood Flooring.

Here is a brief explanation of the two.

  • Solid is made of a single piece of wood and is suitable for installation on ground level or above.  Solid wood floors are ¾” thick and are made from a single piece of timber.  They are thicker that an Engineered floor, but they can be sanded and refinished through the years many times and will last for generations.
  • Engineered is a more versatile product suitable for anywhere in your home that is composed of a layer of wood that is put over a substructure of plywoods much like the plywood subfloor of your home.  Because of the new technology behind an Engineered floor, they are now one of the toughest and most resilient flooring types on the market.  Engineered wood floors are less susceptible to humidity levels.


Solid Hardwood Flooring

Why Solid Hardwood Floors?

Because for some, only the real thing will do, and for those we carry a mind blowing amount of wood flooring for sale. One of the greatest benefits of choosing a wood floor is the uniqueness of the product. With all of the natural qualities in wood, you will never see another floor exactly like yours.

What about the Cost?

Solid Hardwood Flooring is an incredible return on your investment with any home. This will raise the value and appeal of your home to a much higher level. Just about any realtor will say that wood floors make a huge difference to prospective buyers when selling a home.

Worried about Maintenance?

Don’t worry! With minimal care, your new wood floor will keep it’s elegance and beauty many years to come. Tones tend to deepen and incredible grain patterns begin to emerge with each year passing, adding to the original exquisiteness of your room.

Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered Wood Flooring is real wood flooring that is a sandwich of 1/16″ to 1/8″ of finished wood on top and non-finish plywood underneath. Which means it is 100% REAL wood. The middle layer of plywood is laid cross-ways to the finish layer, providing additional strength to the floor. Whatever the specie of solid hardwood, there is an equivalent specie of engineered hardwood for sale. Engineered hardwood flooring options are more expensive than laminate, however they provide better value in the long run because they can periodically be sanded to revive the wood grain and erase scratches

Hand Scraped Hardwood

Hand Scraped Hardwood Flooring is beautiful hardwood flooring that will make your home one of a kind. Today’s Hand Scraped Hardwood Floors are designed to have the look of an older style floor made by hand, boasting a natural kind of wear, while still enjoying the modern finishes which protect the wood.

Each plank of this scraped wood flooring is made by sanding, denting or scooping to create splits and holes. This makes it unique and no two wood boards will ever be the same. This distressed wood flooring for sale is an excellent way to make a room one of a kind.

Exotic Hardwood Flooring

Exotic hardwoods are more common in other places of the world, in fact a hardwood specie is considered exotic if it originates anywhere out of North America. These are generally slightly more expensive than that of Domestic hardwood species, because of their natural coloration and grain pattern. Brazilian hardwood flooring in cherry and walnut are some common examples of exotic hardwood floors.

Domestic Hardwood Flooring

Domestic Hardwood flooring species are more commonly known as North American wood species. They are perfect for a more traditional style of home and are very affordable. Red/White Oak, Maple, Walnut, Birch and Hickory are some of the more common species that we see milled in America. These hardwood floors for sale are very strong and durable classification of hardwood, however stunning to look at. Domestic hardwoods appear lighter in color than Exotic hardwoods so staining is used to achieve most colors and tones that you will come across.

Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo Flooring is a very Eco-Friendly wood and is an attractive alternative for because of its physical similarities to hardwood. It’s strength and durability as well as its resistance to insects and moisture make it a great choice. The majority of bamboo flooring originates from China and other portions of Asia. Moso Bamboo is the species most commonly used in solid bamboo floors.

The hardness of bamboo ranges from 1180 for carbonized horizontal to 1380 for natural using the Janka Hardness Scale. Buy bamboo flooring in either Engineered or Solid.