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Take a look at floor samples right in the comfort and convenience of your home or office. Paul travels with hundreds of flooring styles in our mobile showroom to save you time and hassle of finding the right product. Enjoy shop at-home convenience and view your potential flooring in your lighting and up against your furnishings.
Red Oak 1290
Red Oak is the most recognized and utilized specie of hardwood in North America. The very staple of the industry with timeless, rich grains.
Hard MaplE 1450
Another very popular specie with sleek, minimal grain and a hardness very simmilar to Red Oak.
One of the hardest domestic species available to the flooring industry. Dark, rich grain and splendid coloring make this very sought after.
Brazilian cherry 2820
Also known as Jatoba. The Iconic look so many laminates are after. Grains and colors swirl to create a fantastic array of natural beauty. One of the hardest species.
Also known as Bubinga. Similar brilliance to the Brazilian cherry but in a lighter, pinkish tone. Also one of the hardest species available.
Santos MAHOGANY 2600
Patagonian Walnut 3640
Also known as Lapacho.
Brazilian Teak 1038
White Ash 1320
If you're thinking about installing hardwood flooring in your home, learn the differences between solid wood and engineered wood floors. Both solid and engineered prefinished boards have hard-as-nails coatings that can take a beating from daily living. Both types are 100% real wood, and they both offer many looks and colors, but there are significant distinctions. Engineered hardwood floors were developed to perform in ways solid material could not.
Engineered floors have enhanced stability, which provides slightly more resistance to everyday wear- and-tear and also to buckling or rippling.
Basements & concrete slabs
Engineered hardwood flooring stands as a more than viable alternative to solid hardwood flooring specifically when you’re looking to install below grade (in a basement for example), or on a concrete slab. Engineered hardwood floors are constructed of a top layer of a real hardwood species laminated to a cross dimensional core board.The stacking of the layers in a criss-cross pattern is designed to counteract the natural tendency of hardwoods to expand, contract, warp, or cup when exposed to different environmental factors. This makes engineered hardwood flooring an excellent alternative in geographical areas that have excessive moisture, or in building spaces otherwise unsuited for solid hardwood.
kitchen & Half baths
Engineered hardwood flooring is an extremely good idea if you want to duplicate the look and feel of solid hardwood but are limited by environment or location issues. Engineered hardwood flooring stands alone as a completely different style of flooring, with unique advantages that even solid hardwood can’t match.
Extra wide width
Wide plank hardwood flooring is generally a floor board with a width of five inches or more. Wide planks can be described as a distinctive, one-of-a-kind piece for a unique floor. With the popularity of wide plank flooring, you can find planks in almost every type of wood, from softwoods to hardwoods and exotics to rustics.
Our team is highly experienced in both removing and installing hardwood flooring in homes and offices. We'll make your hardwood flooring projects go as smoothly as possible by staying within budget, completing the project on-time, and meeting all of your expectations.
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