?We have 340+ varieties in-stock. Our stores are mini warehouses so you're always one step closer to a new floor.
?We offer a large selection of brands that match just about every budget and project need.
?It's a fancy word for the type of tree. It all comes down to the pattern, lines, swirls and overall character of the tree's natural grain and whether it fits the "room's character" where the floor will reside.
?Our customers say it best. The more stars you see, the more our customers love the floor.
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?Pick a room, pick a level and we'll help you pick the right floor. Above grade is the area of your home above ground level. Below grade means beneath ground level where engineered or floating floors are recommended due to higher moisture levels.
?This depends on the species or the stain. Choose the right color that matches your tastes or decor!
?Now look at the size of your room. For larger rooms, some advise that you use a wider plank. Smaller rooms; a narrower plank. But there are no hard and fast rules. It's a matter of tastes.
?The thickness of the product: Hardwood is typically measured in inches. Laminate and vinyl are generally measured in millimeters.
?The hardness of wood reflects its durability and workability. It is measured by a process called the Janka hardness test. This testing establishes the resistance of wood to wear or denting. The higher the number, the more durable the wood.
?Select is the most uniform plank and has the smallest knots and the longest average length. Natural has some color variation, mineral coloring and small pin knots. And for old-schoolers, there's Rustic with large knots and the most color variation.
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