There are a lot of choices when it comes to hardwood flooring. Because your floor is a significant investment, we want to make sure you choose a floor that you will be happy with. Lifestyle and budget are the two most important items to take into consideration when choosing a hardwood floor.
To help you narrow down the type of wood floor that would be best for you, consider the traffic in the room you’re adding hardwood flooring to.
If it’s a high traffic area that will get lots of abuse, you may want a more robust, harder type of wood. If you’re more concerned about style than durability, a wide plank floors or a distressed or hand-scraped floor may be just what you’re looking for. If you’re looking for something different, we have plenty of options for you.