hardwood flooring

Learn more about your hardwood flooring options in St. Louis, MO

Are you looking for a flooring option that is low maintenance, limits dust, and allergies, and adds long-lasting value to your home? Hardwood flooring may be the best option for you!

We invite you to explore our online product gallery to start your search for the perfect hardwood flooring for your home! If you find a design that you like, please download and print the option you like to show your friends and family members.

What Should You Know Before Purchasing Hardwood Flooring?

Deciding on the hardwood flooring that best fits your needs comes with answering a few questions. What room are you planning on putting new floors in? How will you take care of that floor? Who will be living in the home?

Another big factor is moisture, which can have long-lasting effects on your flooring. Knowing how to properly clean and maintain your floors will impact how long they last.

For example…

There are certain chemicals that will ruin and destroy the coating on the wood. Make sure while looking through the designs, ask your designated design associate on how to clean your favorite designs.

Are you going to be living with pets or children? Are you installing the hardwood flooring where there will be a lot of foot traffic? These are the questions we can help you answer as you decide if hardwood is the best for you.

How We Install Hardwood

How we install your hardwood depends on if the wood is prefinished, the plank types, subflooring, installation, timeframe and your budget. These are the most common installation methods we use and how they work:

Floating/Click Lock. This will be the fastest and most convenient method of installation. Using this method involves laying down all the planks on the subflooring and connecting them with glue or by “clicking” them together in place.

Nail Down/Staple Down. This method is primarily used on solid wood with a wooden subfloor. Cleat nails or staples are driven down to attach the planks to the subfloor.

Glue Down. This method can take longer and be expensive since adhesives can be costly, and it takes time to apply them. The subfloor must be fully cured and dry wood or concrete. While using the glue method is not the most budget-friendly, this method will reduce sounds between the floor in your home!

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