Solid Hardwood Flooring

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Solid hardwood flooring is the real thing. With the same natural materials used in flooring for hundreds of years, solid hardwood can be found in every kind of home, from castles to the coziest family cabin. And you can enjoy the timeless beauty and warmth of solid hardwood flooring in your home, thanks to the modern benefits of an aluminum oxide finish that will make your floor durable and beautiful for generations.

Aluminum Oxide is a technologically advanced finish vastly superior to older polyurethane finishes. It will provide significant durability and wear protection, while enhancing the natural beauty of the hardwood itself. Bellawood hardwood flooring, for example, has an aluminum oxide finish, and comes with a transferable 100 year warranty.

Hardwood flooring comes in a variety of styles and designs, and can be installed in different ways. While solid hardwood is the traditional choice for flooring, hardwood floors are also available in an engineered construction that may be better suited to regions with higher humidity. And many modern hardwood floors may be installed by nailing, gluing, or even in a floating floor configuration.

Crafted straight from natural hardwood species found in sustained, managed forests around the world, solid and engineered hardwood flooring from Lumber Liquidators is among the highest quality flooring available anywhere. And Bellawood hardwood flooring is the standard of quality against which all other hardwood floors can be measured.

Lumber Liquidators has more than 250 hardwood floors to choose from, including many exclusive styles, so you’re sure to find the perfect floor for your home.

And as part of our commitment to your safety, Lumber Liquidators has partnered with Underwriter’s Laboratories and SCS Global Services to ensure our products meet stringent GreenGuard or FloorScore certification standards for indoor air quality.

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of solid hardwood flooring, or any other kind of flooring, visit your local Lumber Liquidators, and talk to a flooring expert today.

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