There’s nothing like the timeless beauty of custom hardwood floors in a home. Hardwood flooring comes in many sizes – from standard 2 ¼” oak strip to old growth 12” wide plank – with every size in between. There are also many species of hardwoods, such as pine, oak, hickory, maple, pecan, cherry, walnut, bamboo, and many other exotics from overseas.
Hardwood comes in various grades as well – everything from a rustic cabin-grade, all the way to a clear grade completely void of knots and blemishes. Although many people feel that the imperfections add to the character and beauty of the floor.
Flooring can be stained to suit any customer’s individual tastes – from a light, natural floor to a deep, rich dark-walnut, and sometimes even an ebony. We will even mix custom stains to find the perfect color for you.
With all of the choices available to you, we can help design the perfect flooring option to compliment your decor style. Contact us today to set up your free in-home estimate.
Hardwood Flooring FAQs
Can solid hardwood go over concrete?
Generally, solid hardwood cannot go directly over concrete, but there are special applications and methods that can be used for this process depending on the desired style and overall appearance. Engineered and laminates are generally designed for this type of application.
How many times can a solid hardwood floor be sanded and finished?
Typically, a solid floor can be sanded an average of 5 times before the nails from the installation are exposed.
How do I change the color of my solid wood floors?
Changing stain color involves sanding off the existing finish and color and applying the new color and finish to suit your taste. The ability to change stain color is one of the major advantages of having a solid wood floor.