Beautiful, versatile, stylish

 
Hardwood is a uniquely beautiful floor with character and color variation. It's easy to clean and care for while being versatile in style, from rustic to modern.
 

Types of hardwood

 

Solid hardwood



Solid hardwood is milled from a single piece of hardwood. It expands and contracts with changes in your home's relative humidity or dryness. Because of this, it's not ideal for basements or wet areas of the home. The biggest advantage of soild hardwood is it's longevity. It will last generations and can be refinished to like-new.

Engineered hardwood



Engineered Hardwood is stacked wood bonded together under heat and pressure. It's versatile and able to be installed in many different parts of the home, even over the concrete floor.
 
 
 
 

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Care & maintenance

 
Be sure to protect the natural beauty of your hardwood flooring. Use hardwood specific products for superior resistance to staining. To clean make sure you use a damp cloth to blot spills and spots as soon as they happen. Sweep, dust or vacuum the floor regularly with the hardwood floor attachment (not the beater bar). Occasionally wipe the floor with a damp mop or cloth. While cleaning is easy, there are a few things to avoid. We don't recommend using oil-based, wax, polish, strong ammoniated or abrasive cleaners. This can damage the finish on your hardwood floors. Additionally, don't soak or web-mop the floor, this could cause swelling, warping, delamination, joint-line separation, and void the warranty. Always use floor protectors on furniture.