Thicker Hardwood offers comfort, ease of installation & refinishing options.3/4in.
Wood flooring durability is measured by the Hardness Rating Scale, with a rating from 1 (low durability) to 5 (most durable). This rating scale helps you choose the right floor that will suit your lifestyle.3
The look & feel of products vary from hand scraped to wire brushed to smooth & high gloss, giving you a wide selection to fit your personal style.Unfinished
Helps you determine at which elevation a product is best suited from basement to upper levels.On/ Above
Our varying choices of locking/float, staple, nail & glue installation types provide options to help save you time.Nail
The surface for which the product can be installed upon. The surface should be clean, stable, and meet installation and warranty guidelines prior to installation.Floor Only
The minimum required amount of time in order for the product to be acclimated to the installation environment. Please see the installation and warranty documents for more details.7 days
The use of underlayment provides sound absorption, moisture protection, thermal protection, and softness underfoot. 6mil poly vapor barrier is needed when installing over concrete subfloors. Please see installation document for more details.Vapor Barrier Required
Commercial and/or Residential manufacturer product guarantee to give you peace of mind.Sold As Is.
This states whether a product is compatible for use with radiant heat kits. See installation instructions and warranty for more details.No
Unfinished solid hardwood offers unlimited versatility by allowing you to customize your floor. When you select unfinished solid hardwood, you can stain and seal your floors to match the colors and finishes of your choosing.
The product can be installed at ground level or above – it is not suitable for basement levels. Unfinished solid hardwood can be installed a variety of ways, including gluing, nailing, or stapling. Solid hardwood is perfect for sanding and re-finished floors multiple times as the years pass.Solid hardwood grading systems include Select, #1 Common, and #2 common. Select grade is mostly free of imperfections such as knots and mineral streaks. #1 Common has a few more knots, graining, and color variation. Lastly, #2 Common tends to have a lot more character – knots, open knots, graining, color variation, and a higher percentage of shorter planks in bundles. Regardless of grading, custom stains and finishes help you achieve the perfect look.
Other benefits of solid hardwood include:
- Quality of material
- Ability to be refinished and sanded over time
- Use as transitional materials