Hardwood floor installation in Phoenix

There are many options available when it comes to hardwood flooring. There are many things to think about before deciding what kind of floor you want. The first is how you want your room to look and what your budget is. Here are a few options for you to consider.

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There are several types of reclaimed wood flooring. Speak with one of our experts to learn more about your options. Glued down or nail down on custom stairs or walls we can do it all.

Engineered hardwood

Engineered Hardwood is designed to reduce the moisture problems associated with solid hardwood. Its layers block moisture and make it stable. It can be glued down or floated with underlayment. This style is very popular when installing stairs in Phoenix.

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European oak flooring

European Oak flooring is aesthetically pleasing because of its natural appearance, but looks aren't the only reason to go with this type of flooring. This wood flooring tends to withstand the daily stress of life due to its durability.

Solid hardwood

Solid hardwood is very elegant and durable, mostly found in ¾" thick planks it can be sanded and refinished multiple times. Custom stairs can also be a plus when using this option.
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Real hardwood is beautiful and timeless. Like a fingerprint, no tree is the same which means that your floor will always be unique to you and your home. With the ability to sand and refinish, hardwood floors add a timeless element of class and style to your home.

Cost effective
Hardwood floors are a great long-term investment. They may be more expensive at first, but think about all the benefits hardwoods provide for your home! Not only do they look classy and beautiful with their rich color appeal that can last for generations.

Low maintenance
Hardwood floors are the ultimate in easy clean-up. They can be swept, steam cleaned or vacuumed to remove any dirt and debris that has accumulated on them. What makes wood even easier for you is its stain resistant nature; if spills happen (and they will!), all we need do it wipe up after ourselves without worrying about leaving behind an unwanted messy sprint stained finish which could damage our home's value.