Get Incredible Hardwood Flooring for Your Home

Transform your living space with new or revitalized wood flooring. Work with existing materials, start from scratch, or a combination of the two. We have a wide variety of flooring options to fit your vision and your budget. Learn more about the different types of flooring and finishes below.

Solid Wood Flooring

Solid wood flooring is solid wood from top to bottom, made of planks milled from a single piece of timber. The thickness will vary based on selection and ranges from ¾” to 5/16″. It can be installed above or on grade. Solid wood flooring can be sanded and refinished several times over the course of its life.

Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered wood floors are real wood floors constructed of multiple wood veneers of the same or different wood species. The grain of each veneer runs in different directions, which increases its stability and resistance to expanding and contracting during fluctuations in humidity and temperature. Depending on the thickness of the top layer, engineered floors can be sanded and refinished. Engineered wood flooring can be installed above, on or below grade.

Laminate Wood Flooring

Laminate flooring contains no actual wood. Laminate is pressed particle board with a photograph of wood applied to the surface. The inner core layer is the stability layer of the floor made from high density fiberboard (HDF) that is reinforced with a special resin to further enhance water resistance and increase durability.

Hardwood floor that has a clear finish on it
Refinished Pine Board
Hand Gauged Oak Floor
Dark Stained Hardwood Floor and Stair

Unfinished vs. Factory Finished

All wood floors require a protective coat finish to seal the floor against everyday wear and tear.

When choosing your hardwood flooring, you will need to decide between purchasing unfinished wood flooring and factory finished flooring.

  1. Unfinished Wood Flooring –  we sand the wood and apply the finish on-site. This is the best option if you are looking for a specific color or need to match existing flooring.We select Bona finishes for our projects because we believe the quality of their wood finish is second to none. However, if you have a preference for another wood finish, we’re always happy to work with that. Just let us know! Quality Hardwood Floors uses Bona finishes for flooring. Check out the video to learn more about Bona.
  2. Factory-Finished Wood Flooring – the finish is applied at the manufacturer’s facility. Benefits of taking this route are a) Floors require less time to install because the sanding and finishing has already been completed and b) the floors are ready to walk on immediately following the installation.

Bona Certified Craftsman Program

Bona Certified Craftsmen are hand-picked, proven, top level professionals, trained and certified by Bona to use the complete Bona System on your hardwood floors. We’re devoted to Bona product systems; voluntarily undergo continued Bona training to keep up-to-date on the industry’s “best practices” and are rigorously tested by Bona to ensure the most beautiful and durable results possible for your hardwood floors. Trust Quality Hardwood Floors the largest investment in your home.

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