The beauty of hardwood has made it a popular and long-lasting option for homes all over the world. Wood is a renewable material with the ability to be refinished several times. This makes it an environmentally friendly choice. Hardwood flooring is available today in a wide variety of colors, sizes, grains and species.
To make the best flooring choices for your home it is important to know what hardwood options are available. There are two primary choices for hardwood available in today’s market. These include solid wood flooring, and engineered flooring. Solid wood flooring consists of a solid piece of wood with tongue and groove sides. Engineered flooring is created by stacking thin layers of wood together to create one plank. The final top piece can be factory-finished or unfinished. Unfinished flooring will need to be sanded and finished by your installer once the floor is put in.
There are advantages and disadvantages to both types of flooring. There are also some limitations to where a hardwood floor can be installed. Any questions about hardwood flooring and installation can be answered by one of our specialist at Maxwell Flooring.
Did you know?
In addition to flooring we also offer:
- Countertops in granite, quartz, and more
- Window treatments such as blinds, drapes, and roman shades
- Alternative flooring options such as cork, vinyl, and bamboo
What Client’s Say
Not only did they give me the best price I could find anywhere they showed up on a Saturday to do the installation because it was the only day that worked for me.
Rhett and Robb are really easy to work with, and don’t try to up-sell or use pushy sales tactics. On my last home, I had even purchased my tile elsewhere, and had Maxwell’s installer Sergio do the labor.
I am a carpet cleaner and I get to see all the ripples and ugly seams left behind by careless installers. I have cleaned dozens of carpets that were installed by Maxwell and they have all been flawless.