Hardwood is a timeless beauty that we all appreciate, whether it be a new build or old home, each brand creates contrast by beveling edges, add character by filling checks, randomly wire brush or hand scrape each plank.
All creating a truly unique and luxurious floor. Find the hardwood of your dreams today!
We have worked with The Master's Craft as one of our distributors for years now, we love and admire the quality craftsmanship they deliver with each plank of hardwood they sell, all at a reasonable price too! Want to browse their lovely collections? Just hit the button above to be directed to their website. Once you find a hardwood you adore, message us and we can schedule your free measurement to get you started on your remodeling journey! here are multiple different styles and colors you can choose from including; Durango, Saltbox, Vintage Loft, Storehouse, Old Glory Collection, Countryside Collection. The Masters Craft offers engineered and solid options
Casabella Hardwood offers wood species from all over the globe. Everyone will be able to find something they love from Casabella. Classic, rustic farmhouse, modern and clean, whatever style you want to achieve in your home, we can help you find the perfect match.Casabella offers solid and engineered options.
Johnson Premium Hardwood produces on-trend, high-demand flooring options by sourcing durable hardwood species from around the globe. Johnson Hardwood products are recognized for their affordability and superior quality. There are multiple different styles and colors you can choose from includingAle House, Blue Ridge, British Isles, English Pub, Chateau, Saga, and Tuscan. Johnson Hardwood offers engineered and solid options.
Introducing our newest collection, tmbr. hardwood
Hardwood flooring for the next generation of homebuyers. Eco-conscious process meets inspiring natural flooring. Created by nature, crafted with TMBR!
Clean and classic with timeless appeal, hardwood flooring that will go into any space.
We have samples of these hardwoods in our shop!
Bruce is one of the few companies that kept that traditional look and feel that has worked so well for many years, making it easier to match existing hardwood in your home.
So many people have come to us to find that perfect match or if we are lucky we can even find the same exact style, size, and color. Bruce hardwood offers solid and engineered options along with smaller width planks.
*Pleases be advised we recently got rid of our Bruce hardwood display, but don't worry! You can still get Bruce hardwood from us, click on the Bruce logo above to browse their online samples, when you have chosen a floor, we can give you a free estimate on how much it will cost you!
Hardwood comes in two different constructions. (Made two different ways)
Solid & Engineered
Depending on your subfloor, height transitions, style, and color preferences, it's best to know some basics before making your final decision. At the end of the day, it comes down to which color and style suit your personal preference.
Solid Hardwood is wood planks cut straight from the tree. Solid hardwood can be sanded and refinished multiple times. Since Solid is a non-modified hardwood (meaning no alterations to the wood) if liquid sits on or against it for a long period of time damage can occur. Temperature is also something to keep in mind for solid hardwood, heat can cause expansion, and if it’s too cold, it can contract, causing small gaps in between the planks. Gapping can also occur when a house “settles”. Seasonal Gapping is a normal occurrence with solid hardwood
Engineered Hardwood is also wood straight from the tree, the difference is that the wood is cut into thin layers, each layer is put on top of one another in different grain directions. The reason for layering is simple; if an engineered wood plank were to get wet or affected by seasonal changes, each layer pulls one another in different directions causing minimal shrinkage or gapping. In addition to having more core stability, it also allows the homeowner to have real hardwood in their basement. Engineered hardwood is slightly more difficult to refinish, screening engineered is usually a better option if the top layer is rotary peel and not a sawn cut.
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-Mark's Floors Team