Where To Buy Wood Flooring
Wood flooring comes in softwood, hardwood, bamboo, cork, and engineered planks or tiles. Solid wood flooring is made of timber cut into planks of varying widths. Engineered wood is the only flooring that uses more than one type and layer of wood to provide a more stable and usually less costly alternative to solid wood.
Final thoughts on buying hardwood online. There are a lot of great hardwood flooring options, and sometimes shopping online just opens you up to more possibilities. For many though, going to a store and seeing the wood in person is very helpful. Of course, remember that you can do both - see it in store and buy it online…or vice versa.
Hardwood Lumber Domestic Hardwood. A wide variety of domestic hardwoods in various thicknesses and price ranges. If you don't see a thickness you want, give us a call (1.877.232.3915), we can mill exactly what you need! Exotic Hardwood. An excellent selection of some of the most beautiful woods in the world.
You can also buy prefinished hardwood floors that are already stained and finished with a coating that's stronger than most site-applied finishes. Width Widths can easily change the look of a floor since the wider the plank, the fewer the seams that can be seen in the floor.
If so the best place to buy your hardwood is the local flooring store that stocks the brand/product you're after. These local flooring stores are near to you and often family run. All the links below take you to the store locator page for that brand.
Reclaimed wood flooring is older, used flooring that is highly valued because its fibers have oxidized or changed color over time. The patina that time gives to older wood is very difficult to replicate, so when your older floor needs replacement boards, the most attractive solution is to find boards that match the age (and, of course, species