Real Wood Floors... Beauty that lasts a lifetime
There is no substitute for the durability and beauty of a real wood floor. For every room in your home there is a hardwood floor that can add beauty, warmth and value. Hardwood flooring has stood the test of time in durability and is easy to maintain. With its superior strength and beauty, a real wood floor is one home investment that truly last a life time.
Unfinished Solid Wood Flooringgives you a great opportunity for customization. You select the species, stains, and finish to customize the flooring to your space. This is the most popular and traditional floor that we all grew up with. Suitable for above grade only. (1st & 2nd level in home) bedrooms, living room, dining room, hallways, foyers, and kitchens are excellent for unfinished flooring.
Prefinished Solid Flooringnot only enhances any room but provides you with a factory finish warranty of up to 25 years. There is a wide variety of flooring in almost any species of wood. Suitable for above grade only. (1st & 2nd level in home) bedrooms , living room, dining's room hallways, foyers, and kitchens, are excellent for Prefinished wood floors. It provides is a very clean & contemporary look. The benefit is no sanding or staining. We take it out of the box, install it and you’re ready to go.
Engineered Wood Flooringconsists of layers of wood pressed together with the top layer being the finished floor product. Many different species, colors and finishes are available. It is perfect for those areas of the house where solid wood flooring is not suitable. Suitable for above grade & below grade. Basements, bathrooms, utility rooms and kitchens are perfect rooms to install this type of flooring.
Floating Floorscan be installed almost anywhere. Floating floors are made of multiple layers of wood constructed with tongue and grooves along all four sides. They are not nailed or glued to the sub floor hence the name floating floor. When the furniture is in place the floor is held down. It has a softer feel under foot when you walk. Suitable for above grade & below grade. Basements, bathrooms, utility rooms and kitchens are perfect rooms to install this type of flooring.
Antique Wood Flooringconsists of trees that had centuries to grow and which were used in old barns and factories built over 100 years ago. The floors can include the following types of antique wood: Chestnut, Douglas Fir, Heart Pine, Oak, Butternut and Cypress.
Clear - Beautiful in every detail. Very clean, refined wood that is virtually clear of any natural wood characteristics. The color is very uniform. Mostly prime heartwood content.
Select And Better - This grade features a minimum of natural wood characteristics and delivers a rich, premium hardwood visual. Clean consistent color throughout with a minimum of color variations.
No.1 Common - For those who love the natural look, No.1 Common features distinctive grain patterns and wood character marks accented by subtle changes in color and tone. Very lively and colorful.
No.2 Common - A rustic look highlighted by vivid grain patterns accented with a host of wood character marks and contrasting colors and tone. An excellent value in quality solid wood flooring. Subject to availability.
What to Expect - Each grade features distinctive natural wood characteristics, as illustrated by these oak wood grade features. Keep in mind that no two boards will be identical. Variations in appearance are completely normal. As your floors ages, some colors change can occur. This is also normal, but can be minimized by avoiding exposure to direct sunlight. Cracks between floorboards are normal as well, wood floors expands & contract during the change in seasons and high & low humidity levels. A wood floor should be viewed from a standing position in normal lighting to identify any flaws.
Borders & Medallions - These can add a wonderful touch to your wood flooring. They have become an increasingly popular choice for many that want to customize their homes. There are many different options.
Repairs - When repairing or replacing floor boards time & patience, along with the proper tools , techniques, and knowledge of the product will pay off in the end.