Area Floors has beautifully made hardwood flooring for your home. Featuring Prefinished Hardwoods, UV finish, Unfinished, Hard Wax Oiled, Solid & Engineered wood. Come by Area Floors to see our selection of Hardwood Flooring and find something that’s right for you and your home.
Still not sure? Then our Virtual Design Tools might be just what you are looking for.
If you’re looking for hardwood flooring come by one of Area Floors showrooms in Portland
to find even more pre-finished solid, engineered, HD Core, Bamboo Flooring and eco-friendly cork flooring. We sell several brands of hardwood flooring including Kentwood hardwood, Anderson/Appalachian, Cronin Wood, Dansk, Kraus Hardwood, Kahrs, Mullican, Somerset, Carlton, TAS at Home & Teragren Bamboo
Flooring. Each manufacturer has unique qualities so it is best to identify your requirements before you start shopping. Some of the brands focus on durability, others on the quality and beauty of natural wood color and texture. Shaw Hardwood is proud of its attention to green building by meeting (or exceeding) some of the world’s most rigorous sustainability standards and certifications.
Area Floors has a great selection of eco-friendly Cork Flooring
and sustainable Bamboo Flooring, for more information please check out our going green
page or read up on hardwood flooring by following the links below. You can also feel free to schedule a personal in-store design consultation
or stop by one of our showrooms.
Solid hardwood flooring is considered a good investment, partially because they can be restored time and time again, often across generations. Traditional hardwood flooring is made of solid planks milled to a 3/4-inch thickness. This thickness allows solid hardwood flooring to be sanded down and refinished without threatening the floor’s structural integrity. Additionally most real estate statistics list hardwood flooring as an excellent investment that will help a home to sell faster.
Engineered hardwood floors are constructed like plywood: wood chips, sawdust and shavings are glued together under heat & pressure. Just like traditional hardwood flooring, engineered wood flooring is formed into planks with tongue & groove connections. Some manufacturers offer floating hardwood flooring requiring no adhesive. Be sure to read our article on Engineered vs. Solid Hardwood Flooring before you decide what will work best for you.
Cleaning and Maintenance Hardwood Talk on our Blog Trims & Transitions Engineered vs Solid