Increased density and hardness with superior thermal properties results in a dimensionally stable and waterproof core that may be floated virtually anywhere. Installation is quick and easy, eliminating flooring adhesives, vapor barriers, underlayment and/or padding.
Starting at $1.69 sf
These floors will be one solid piece of hardwood. They can be refinished many times and will probably be there as long as the house is standing.
Some solid hardwood floors can be nailed or stapled. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's recommendations
Be careful with wide plank solid floors. In the winter you may see gaps; in the summer you may see buckling. This is normal with solid floors and is not a defect. If that might bother you, take a look at Engineered Wood. These floors will be more stable.
Starting at $.69 sf
Engineered Hardwood has multiple layers of different type of wood sandwiched together to make a super stable floor.
Engineered is your best choice:
- Over Concrete
- For Wide Plank (Over 3 inches)
- If you are worried about height
Installation methods differ with product. Some can be glued down, glued together or locking.
Once installed, most people cannot tell the difference between an engineered and a solid floor.
Starting at $.79 sf
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Tile and Stone
Starting at $.29 sf
Starting at $.50 sf
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Wood Pellet Fuel
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Starting at $250 ton