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Wood flooring is timeless. It enhances the warmth of any home and complements the decor of any room.

Like a fine piece of furniture, wood flooring increases in value and becomes more beautiful with time. In a national survey, 90 percent of real estate agents said that houses with wood flooring sell faster and for more money.

Wood is a natural resource, renewable and recyclable. Buildings, barns, ships and other structures made of wood often find a second life in wood flooring, cabinets, walls and ceilings. And leading allergists agree that wood floors are the perfect choice for a healthy home.

The state-of-the-art technology and almost limitless choices of today's stains, finishes, styles and designs make wood flooring one of the most practical, easy-care and versatile floor coverings today. Maintained properly, wood flooring should never have to be replaced.


 

Featured Brand: Anderson® Hardwood Floors
Real wood floors made of Maple, Oak, Beech, Elm, and Pecan should be as familiar to you as the countless city streets that are named after these trees. Their rich natural colors and hand-crafted quality is what we have come to expect in our homes. Now, Anderson has taken wood flooring technology to a place it has never gone before—with Best-in-Class durability.Click here for details...

 

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Shaw Hardwoods Flooring
Shaw Hardwood Flooring offers consumers the timeless tradition of hardwood flooring with a wide variety of species, colors, and sizes. More...
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Kährs Hardwood Flooring
Kahrs Hardwood Flooring - Do you need a thin wood floor? Are you looking for the warmth of real wood at a great value? Then Linnea may be the correct solution.More...
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Mohawk Hardwood Flooring
Mohawk Hardwood Floors offers handcrafted beauty and exceptional quality by using the finest hardwoods and the exclusive CrystalShield™ finish. Available as Solid Wood Floors or Engineered Wood Floors.More...
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Bruce Hardwood Flooring
A trusted brand for over a century. Superior quality through exacting precision in the milling process and rigorous inspections featuring up to 75 quality checkpoints. A luxurious selection of design styles, colors, species, and specialty finishes.More...
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Mullican Hardwood Flooring
Since its founding in 1985, Mullican Flooring has dedicated itself to creating the highest-quality hardwood flooring in the world. The company’s founders knew the combination of precision milling, advanced kiln-drying techniques and the most demanding inspectors available would result in products that would be unmatched by its competitors. More...
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Hartco® Wood Flooring
Hartco Quality Wood Flooring, among the top flooring brands in the world, has a reputation among commercial designers for design freedom. Hartco's range and flexibility also satisfies a yearning for a highly personal, custom style in the home. Hartco patterns and contrasts help define interiors, from traditional to the avant-garde.More...
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Harris Wood® Floors
There’s nothing like a quality wood floor to add that something extra to the atmosphere, whether it’s for your home, a rustic wood cabin, a yoga studio or a trendy pad in the city. Surely we don’t have to convince you, since you’re visiting our website… Tempting as it may be, let’s not base our decision on aesthetics alone. When you weigh in the environment, health benefits, ease of maintenance, durability and cost, Harris Wood engineered wood floors are one of the best investments you can make. More...
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Armstrong Hardwood Flooring
Natural beauty and lasting durability. The enduring appeal of hardwood flooring is in its timeless look and the value it adds to your home. Armstrong offers the most choices in styles, finishes, and installation options to fit your taste, lifestyle, and budget. But with so many choices, there’s a lot to think about beyond choosing the right color and wood species. Armstrong takes the guesswork out of the selection process by explaining the important considerations you need to know before buying.More...
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Robbins Hardwood Flooring
Enjoy the beauty of natural oak and maple flooring all through your home. More...
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Anderson® Hardwood Floors
Real wood floors made of Maple, Oak, Beech, Elm, and Pecan should be as familiar to you as the countless city streets that are named after these trees. Their rich natural colors and hand-crafted quality is what we have come to expect in our homes. Now, Anderson has taken wood flooring technology to a place it has never gone before—with Best-in-Class durability.More...
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Mannington Hardwood Flooring
ManningElegance engineered for superior performance. Engineered Hardwood flooring is real hardwood - the word “engineered” just refers to the way in which it’s made. And there are many benefits to choosing an engineered product over a solid product. More...
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Mohawk Handyman Chip Wade shows how to install a Mohawk Hardwood floor using Uniclic Technology, which makes it simple. This television personality from HGTV's "Curb Appeal the Block" and "Design to Sell" also shows off the wood treated with Scotchgard Advanced Repel Technology, which making cleaning a snap.
RevWood Plus provides the look of wood with the toughness of revolutionary laminate floor.
The natural beauty of solid hardwood floors…who doesn't love it? What you may not know is that the very natural aspect that gives this hardwood its stunning beauty requires some careful preparation to ensure a successful, lasting installation. Watch as Jack describes the right way to install solid hardwood flooring.
Decorating / Design Tips
It's no wonder people prefer wood floors. They are versatile, durable and come in myriad style and design options, all of which ​can complement any room. That said, parts of the house can really shine when with a hardwood floor.
Hardwood flooring has long been a popular design trend for the home. But it has gained significant popularity among homeowners as of recently - and with good reason. As more people begin to remodel and upgrade their home, many are finding that hardwood floors offer an incredible aesthetic and functional appeal.
You love real hardwood floors, but can they stand up all the spontaneous messes that real life brings? With Repel from Shaw Floors, the answer is YES! Check out this gorgeous collection of water-resistant hardwood flooring.
Watch this busy and active family tackle a living room makeover on Designing Spaces. Tracy Daves, Shaw Floor's Interior Designer, talks about designing a room for the whole family from the floor up.
Designed to reflect the latest trends in American home furnishings and cabinetry, Mannington hardwood floors offer beauty, durability, and performance. And our floors are crafted with care to ensure that you get a floor you'll love for many years to come.
Designed to reflect the latest trends in American home furnishings and cabinetry, Mannington hardwood floors offer beauty, durability, and performance. And our floors are crafted with care to ensure that you get a floor you'll love for many years to come.
How To Select / Purchasing
Mannington hardwood Floors come with Scratch Resist technology - ScratchResist keeps floors looking newer longer
By: Latricia Thomas A local company that's known for its carpet is taking the hardwood flooring world by storm with their engineered product called Epic. When you see Shaw trucks on the Interstate, you might assume they're carrying carpet.Shaw's Vice President of Hard Surface Business Development Scott Sandlin says, We're becoming more than just a carpet company and it gives people a lot of opportunity.
If you're shopping for flooring, or even if you're just interested in home decor and remodeling, you've probably heard of both engineered hardwood and laminate. Are they the same thing? Different? How do you know which one is the best choice for any given room or project? This video compares and contrasts the two flooring categories, so you can make smart choices.
If you're shopping for flooring, or even if you're just interested in home decor and remodeling, you've probably heard of both engineered hardwood and laminate. Are they the same thing? Different? How do you know which one is the best choice for any given room or project? This video compares and contrasts the two flooring categories, so you can make smart choices.
RevWood Plus provides the look of wood with the toughness of revolutionary laminate floor. RevWood Plus is built to withstand the traffic and trials of your home. Waterproof wood floor that is also scratch, dent and stain resistant, that is RevWood Plus.
Product manager, Chuck, shows off the richly textured floors in our new American Scrape hardwood collection. These floors are available in domestic hickory and oak, and they're made in the USA.
Hardwood flooring trends are offering consumers a wealth of choice in 2013. From shifts in color palette's to new textures, Emily Morrow explains the many options available to transform your interior. To
Find out from product manager, Chuck, how Performance Plus hardwood flooring lets you enjoy real wood floors without having to worry about kids, pets, and guests ever again -- thanks to Armstrong's Lifetime Residential Warranty.
It's no secret that wood floors are some of the best surfaces to use in your home. However, when it comes to two of the most common choices - engineered hardwood and laminate - there is still a lot of confusion. Contrary to popular opinion, they are not the same thing.
Hardwood floors are a great investment. Between their timeless beauty, sophisticated appearance and impressive design versatility, it's virtually impossible to regret installing hardwood floors for your home. Despite how convenient and beneficial these surfaces can be compared to other types of floors, there are certain things to keep in mind when choosing, installing and maintaining them.
With so many great options available, it can be difficult to decide what species of wood to use for your home's flooring. Understanding the species' properties, however, can make choosing a lot easier.
How To / Installation
Getting ready to install engineered hardwood? There are three ways to do it, and the glue down method that you'll see in this video is great for concrete subfloors. You can also glue engineered hardwood over plywood subfloors. Watch and learn the secrets to a successful installation so you can enjoy your beautiful hardwood floor for years to come.
Hardwood is a beautiful flooring option, but what about the specific kinds of hardwood? How do you choose between solid hardwood and engineered hardwood? Are they both real wood? Watch as we explain how they are similar and how they are different. You'll learn the strengths of each type so you'll be prepared to make the best choice for your home.
Getting ready to install engineered hardwood? There are three ways to do it, and the nail down method that you'll see in this video is great for wood subfloors. Watch and learn the secrets to a successful installation so you can enjoy your beautiful hardwood floor for years to come.
HGTV's Chip Wade walks you through the process of installing a solid wood floor. He offers tips on acclimating your flooring to the space where it will be installed, allowing for a proper expansion gap, and preventing friction between the flooring and subfloor. Chip offers a number of other pointers that will help you get the look you want when installing your own hardwood flooring. It's easier than you think with a bit of planning and some expert advice.
Before installing your Bruce or Armstrong hardwood flooring be sure to properly estimate the amount of hardwood flooring you will need. You will also need to prepare the subfloor before installing your hardwood floor, so find out how!
Learn how to install a Bruce or Armstrong floating floor yourself. This video shows step by step instructions with a 3/8" Bruce Lock & Fold floating floor being installed in a basement. Using a Lock & Fold floating hardwood flooring installation is the easiest and fastest hardwood installation method out there.
Learn how to use the glued-down installation method for your Bruce or Armstrong engineered hardwood flooring installation. You can glue down your engineered hardwood over concrete or a suspended wood floor.
Learn how to install a Bruce or Armstrong hardwood floor using the nail down installation method. Watching this video about hardwood flooring installation will teach you all the steps to complete a nail down hardwood floor installation on your own.
Technical Information
When choosing the right type of finish for your wood floors, it is important that you consider your lifestyle and maintenance preferences.
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Wood flooring is the most abundantly renewable flooring material available. The trees used to make wood floors are produced in a factory called a forest by a renewable source of energy called the sun.
 

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