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Solid and Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Nothing brings unstated refinement to your home like a beautiful hardwood floor. We have one of the largest selections of hardwood flooring in the Woodland Hills and Los Angeles area. You’ll find everything from engineered hardwood floors to solid hardwood floors, and even waterproof hardwood flooring.
Do you have hardwood flooring that just requires a little TLC? No problem.We provide hardwood refinishing services that brings new life to your old floors. Our expert team will take the proper care to re-sand and refinish your floors, so they look showroom ready.
Browse our selection online or come into our store to find the perfect floor for you and your home.
Types of Hardwood Floors
Distressed wide plank—This floor is growing in popularity and for good reason. It’s not only beautiful but has fewer seams, making it easier to install. It comesin a variety of wood types and gives your room a rustic, but classy look.
Reclaimed hardwood—This eco-friendly and affordable hardwood floor option makes what’s old new again. Reclaimed wood has a unique character and each piece is different. Installing a reclaimed hardwood floor will give your room a historic and vintage look immediately.
Solid wood floors—This is one of the most popular hardwood floor types for its durability and beauty. You’ll find a variety of grain type, each commanding attention to any room. European oak is always a fantastic option in that it is highly resilient, stains well, and is easily repaired. Walnut solid hardwood floors provide a warmer, softer look toy your home. We also carry, ash, maple, and cherry hardwood floors. These are all fantastic options, and most of it comes down to the type of wood and color you prefer.
Engineered hardwood floors—This is a cheaper and more affordable hardwood floor option. Engineered floors are made from several layers of thin wood plies which are laminated with glue and heat under pressure. You will find that engineered floors come in many wood varieties has solid hardwood floors.
Solid vs. Engineered Hardwood FloorsYou can’t go wrong with either, but if you are on a budget and want the same beautiful look that solid hardwood floors bring to a room, then engineered hardwood floors are your best bet. This type of floor is more stable than their solid counterparts and engineered floors are more resistant to scratching and warping. Additionally, for DIY homeowners, engineered hardwood floors are easier to install.
Why hardwood flooring?
Not only are hardwood floors durable and easy to clean, but they instantly add touch of luxury to your home. Hardwood flooring comes in a large variety of grains and finishes. The type of hardwood floor you choose can help bring your existing décor together and immediately set the tone for any room. Each hardwood floor types conveys something different. This may be the last floor installation you will ever need. Hardwood floors can last a lifetime with the proper care and maintenance.