Why Choose Wood Flooring?
One of the most desired types of flooring products in a home is wood flooring. Its natural appearance and warmth makes it an ideal choice for many home owners, wood is beautiful and durable.
Wood flooring is available in Solid or Engineered. Can be installed floating, nail down or glue down.
Solid wood flooring is a solid piece of wood from top to bottom. The thickness of solid wood flooring can vary. One of the many benefits of solid wood flooring is that it can be sanded and refinished many times. Solid wood flooring can be installed above or on grade.
Engineered wood floors are real wood floors that are manufactured using multiple layers of different wood veneers. Engineered wood will expand and contract less than solid wood flooring during fluctuations in humidity and temperature. The top layer of engineered wood flooring consists of high-quality wood.
Wood floors come in a variety of colors . Wood floors come in more than 30 species, domestic and exotic, with different color options, hardness, finish and price ranges. No matter what the look you want to achieve, there are a variety of species to match.
With Floor Giant you get factory direct pricing, leading Innovation and Excellent customer service.
We offer a variety of Wood Floors with different finished such as:
Wire Brushed Engineered Wood Floors
Hand Scraped Wood Floors
Smooth Finish Wood Floors
Oil Finish Wood Floors
Click engineered wood floors
Is becoming a more and more popular in the engineered market. Click engineered boards have special tongue and groove systems that simply lock together, forming a tight seam and a seamlessly smooth appearance.
Click floating engineered floors require absolutely no glue during installation and just lay over a foam or cork underlayment.
Click locking engineered floors can be installed on any grade level in the home and not only over traditional plywood or concrete subfloors, but also over old hardwood flooring, vinyl and tile as long as they are flat and well secured.
The benefits of using engineered wood floors
Include more resistance to slightly lower and higher moisture levels than solid wood flooring, which adds to their appeal to use in damp basements or in regions of the country that have higher or lower than normal relative humidity levels.
Also, engineered flooring (excluding the newer Click Lock flooring) can be direct glued-down over (dry) concrete slabs above or below grade or stapled down over a wood subfloor.