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Hardwood Flooring

Choosing the best type of hardwood for your home can seem like a daunting task, but we find many homeowners prefer hardwood flooring because of its rich look and ease of maintenance. A newly installed hardwood floor gives any room a sense of class and style, while also adding value to a home. No matter if you are looking for a brand new hardwood floor, or simply want to give your current hardwood floors a makeover, the team at Floortex Design can help!


Types Of Hardwood Flooring

There are two types of hardwood floors listed below. Stop by one of our showrooms where we can help you choose between the two options below!


Solid Wood Flooring


Solid Hardwood is 100% solid wood. Most solid hardwood flooring needs to be nailed to a subfloor and is susceptible to shrinking and expanding from excessive moisture and extreme temperature changes. This makes it unsuitable for installation directly over concrete and is not usually recommended for below grade use. It is normally nailed or stapled to a wooden subfloor.

Engineered Wood Flooring


Engineered Hardwood is also 100% wood. Its’ cross-ply construction allows installation below or above grade, even over concrete. It resists expansion and contraction caused by temperature and humidity changes. Engineered flooring is typically glued-down, stapled-down or floated over an existing floor. It is manufactured by permanently bonding together multiple layers of solid wood in a cross ply construction. Engineered hardwood is usually the only type of hardwood that is recommended for use below grade.

Hardwood Floor Installation

After you have chosen your new hardwood floors, we can also help you install them! Our professional installation crew is quick, efficient, and gets the job done right. Installing hardwood floors is a tedious process, so it is best left to the professionals. If you will need your new hardwood stores installed by our team, please let us know!


Hardwood Flooring Sanding

Hardwood Floor Sanding

Floortex Design offers dustless floor sanding. When your hardwood floor needs to be refinished, dustless sanding is the cleanest method. Though it’s not possible to eliminate every trace of dust, our industrial strength vacuums and air circulation systems are capable of eliminating 99% of the dust contaminants created during the sanding process. After your floor is beautifully sanded, we can apply a variety of stain choices and high-quality hardwood floor finishes.

Hardwood Install

Hardwood Floor Refinishing

Every type of hardwood floor can suffer from stains and scratches, even with normal use. Refinishing hardwood floors can make them look like new again. During hardwood floor refinishing, we sand and buff the old, marred floor surface until all the blemishes have been removed. We carry a wide variety of stain choices and high-quality hardwood floor finishes that we can apply to complete the process.