Types of Wood Flooring

There is a variety of wood flooring to choose from, from classic hardwoods to engineered wood and locking hardwoods.

 Classic Hardwood

  • 3/4 inch thick solid hardwood
  • Nailed or stapled over a wood subfloor
  • Available in 2-1/4 in. to 5 in. board widths
  • Assorted lengths for easy installation
  • Can be sanded three to five times for an even longer lasting floor

 Engineered Wood

  • Real wood boards with a plywood base, uniform thickness 3/8 in. to 9/16 in.
  • Uniform width 2-1/4 in. to 5 in.
  • Installation; glued onto concrete or nailed onto wood subfloor
  • Install below, on, or above grade
  • Assorted lengths for ease of installation
  • May be able to refinish depending on thickness of wood layer

 Locking Hardwood

  • Real hardwood board with a high density fiber core
  • Install below, on, or above grade
  • Easy installation, no glue, nails or staples
  • Floor can be removed and reused
  • Thickness 3/8 in. to 1/2 in.