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Wood Flooring

Our exceptional wood flooring has a timeless look, and can give your home a warm feel. With various options including solid wood, engineered, laminate and bamboo, we are guaranteed to have what you’re looking floor.

Wood Flooring

Our exceptional wood flooring has a timeless look, and can give your home a warm feel. With various options including solid wood, engineered, laminate and bamboo, we are guaranteed to have what you’re looking floor.

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Hardwood FlooringShop all

Made from a single, solid piece of wood

Increases resale value of your home

Can be sanded and refinished several times

Not recommended for areas where moisture is prevalent

Installation difficulty: high

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Engineered HardwoodShop all

Made from multiple layers of wood with a sturdy, stabilizing core

Structurally sound and less likely to expand, contract, or shift

Affordable alternative to solid hardwood

Can only be refinished once, if ever

Installation difficulty: medium

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Laminate FlooringShop all

Affordable wood-look

Resistant to wear, stains, and fading

Moderately water resistant, though not waterproof

Cannot be sanded or refinished

Installation difficulty: low

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Bamboo FlooringShop all

Unique, striated appearance

Extremely strong composition

Eco-friendly manufacturing

Not recommended for homes in extreme climates, or rooms where moisture is prevalent

Installation difficulty: medium

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Cork FlooringShop all

Unique dappled appearance

Incredibly soft and comfortable underfoot

Naturally resistant to moisture, fungus, and allergens

Regular upkeep require for maintenance

Installation difficulty: high

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Wood Flooring Types

Frequently Asked Questions

Which Floor is Best For Your Project?

Before installing a wood floor, it is important to know about the available types. Learning about the pros, cons, cost, and design options available for: laminate, solid hardwood, engineered hardwood, bamboo, and cork will help ensure the right floor is selected for the project.

Laminate

Laminate flooring is made by compressing layers of fiberboard together and placing a photographic image of wood grain, stone, or tile pattern over the fiberboard. After the image is added to the surface, a protective coating is added to help prevent damage and add a finish to the flooring.

Laminate is a cost effective option that will withstand a certain amount of wear. For an easy installation, opt for click-lock. The planks will snap together and can be laid over other flooring. It is ideal for living areas, and some brands may even construct it with a waterproof core, allowing it to be used in areas where water may be an issue. We suggest taking a close look at the guarantee before installing it in a bathroom.

Top quality laminate will not match the look and feel of real wood floors. The areas where the planks join will wear considerably over time, and when damage sets in, it is not an easy repair. Laminate is easily damaged by moisture, and when that damage sets in, it cannot be fixed. If the laminate is not laid correctly, it will not be appealing to potential renters or buyers.

Depending on the brand and style, laminate will range anywhere from $0.50 to $6 per sq ft. The laminate comes in a variety of styles to match any decor. High quality laminate may even feature images of knots and other characteristics of natural wood.

Solid Hardwood

Solid hardwood floor planks are made from a piece of wood and made to be anywhere from 18 to 20 mm thick. The boards are made with a tongue and groove to fit together for installation. Depending on the species of wood, certain floors will be harder than others. The harder the floor, the less susceptible it is to dings and scratches. The floor can be sanded and refinished several times to restore its beauty, with the total number of times being determined by the depth of the tongue from the top of the plank.

Solid hardwood is an excellent way to add visual appeal to a home or business. It will also potentially add value to a home or business in the event it gets put on the market later.

Solid hardwood will swell in moist conditions and contract as the area dries. The change of shape can alter the appearance of the floor and cause problems. Installation is a complex process, and for the best appearance must be done with great care. This is the most expensive option for those shopping for wood floors.

Prices will vary depending on the species of wood and the cost of the raw form.

Engineered Hardwood

Engineered hardwood is made using three to four layers of wood glued together to produce a 14 mm thick plank. A real wood surface about 4 mm in thickness is applied to the top to allow it to be sanded and refinished a certain number of times to remove signs of damage, wear, and tear.

Engineered hardwood construction produces a more stable product. The greater stability means it is less prone to changes from temperature and humidity conditions in the room. This type of flooring is more attractive than a laminate floor, but it is also less expensive than solid hardwood floors.

Depending on the style and brand, engineered hardwood floors will range anywhere from $2 to $11 per square foot. Engineered hardwood floors come in a variety of styles to match any decor.

Bamboo

Bamboo floors come from bamboo grass stalks prominent in Asia. The floors are produced in China, and come in a variety of styles and finishes to suit various decor options. Since it is a tropical grass as opposed to wood for trees, it is naturally resistant to moisture. The flooring is produced by pressing fibers together under high pressure.

Not only is bamboo resistant to moisture, but it is environmentally friendly and an optimal choice for those who are looking to build “green.” The plant grows faster and does not take as long to re-grow than a typical hardwood tree, therefore not contributing to deforestation. Bamboo flooring is softer than traditional hardwoods, so it will not cause pain if it is stood on for long periods of time. The softness of the floor will also reduce noise.

The downfalls to bamboo are the cost and its brittle state. Despite the fact that it is a durable type of flooring, it is more susceptible to dings and scratches than other wood floors. Due to the cost of importing from China and the care which must be taken during installation, it is a much more expensive option than traditional hardwood.

The cost for bamboo floors ranges anywhere from $2 to $8 per square foot.

Cork Flooring

Cork floors come for the harvest of the cork oak tree bark. These trees are widely grown in: Spain, Portugal, Algeria, Italy, Morocco, and Tunisia.

One of the best things about cork floors is that they are environmentally friendly because cork is a sustainable and renewable resource. The natural beauty of the material can suite any decor. The structure of the cork allows for a natural comfort and softness to absorb shock. This is why use of cork flooring is a good application in areas where people will be on their feet for extended periods of time. Using cork floors will reduce noise from traffic or dropping items, also because of the structure of the cork material. The natural properties of the material make it healthy because it is not only resistant to insects, but it is hypo-allergenic.

One of the drawbacks of cork flooring is the cost. It is more expensive than other wood flooring options. The cost of import, plus material, plus installation is more than many budgets can handle. Due to the soft nature of the flooring, it is easily damaged by furniture and shoes, but it can and should be protected just like any other type of wood floor.

Cork flooring costs start at $3 for tiles. The price increases when it comes to planks and stains.

Knowing more about the characteristics of these types of wood floors will make the choice for any project a much easier one. Make sure to choose the best one for your own budget, location, and decor.

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