Our Showrooms are filled with pre-finished hardwood, a mix of solid hardwood & engineered hardwood floors.
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
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.
- Choose the right species of hardwood for your floor- View the Janka Hardness Scale