Your Choice of Solid or Engineered Hardwood
Among all these options, there are essentially two types of wood floors—solid and engineered hardwood flooring. Solid wood is the type you see in those old Victorian homes. This option consists of planks cut from a single hardwood board. The thick planks are wood through and through, so this flooring can be sanded down and refinished to last for as long as 100 years. Solid wood costs more than engineered, but makes up the cost with durability and longevity.
With engineered wood, the top layer is a veneer of the tree species of your choice. Underneath are strong layers of high-density fiberboard that are bonded together. The layered construction increases this option's resistance to moisture so that you can install it in rooms such as the bathroom, kitchen, or basement.
Custom Wood Inlays
We can do a lot more with wood floors than installation. Our artisans can craft clever designs into your flooring with custom wood inlays. Share your ideas and let our experts go to work on coming up with a design of your choosing. Upon your approval, we can turn this design into a focal point for your hardwood floors.
Contact us today for information about the hardwood flooring options that work best for your home. We serve customers from Freeport, Vandergrift, Sarver, Saxonburg, Natrona Heights, and Cheswick, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding areas.