Are wood floors expensive?
The cost of hardwood flooring depends upon a number of things:
- The species of wood that you choose for your flooring
- The structure of wood flooring you choose (engineered or solid)
- The finish of the hardwood floor (unfinished or pre-finished)
- The size of the flooring planks
Are solid wood or engineered floors better for my project?
Engineered wood is better than solid hardwood at dealing with moisture. Its plywood base is dimensionally stable, meaning that it warps and flexes less easily upon contact with moisture than solid wood.
How do I choose the type of wood for my floor?
Do your wood floor suppliers support sustainable forestry practices?
Why do I need to order more square feet of flooring than the size of my room?
How long will it take for my flooring to arrive after it is ordered?
Do you recommend an installer?
What type of finish do you recommend?
How long will the finish last before the floor needs refinishing?
How do I prevent my floors from fading if they are exposed to bright sunlight?
How do I keep my floors looking new?
What is the best way to prevent scratches?
How do I remove penetrating stains?
What types of cleaning products are OK to use on my wood floor?
Can a wood floor be damp mopped or steam cleaned?
Will my wood floors hold their value if I sell my house?
Do you offer financing?