One of the greatest things about hardwood floors is that you get all the timeless elegance wherever it’s installed along with many options for complete personalization. That means you can match your décor effortlessly while also taking advantage of all the benefits.

For example, you’ll find extensive durability, a stable and functional surface, and a lifespan that can easily reach 100 years or more with proper maintenance. What’s more, when daily wear finally begins to show, you can simply refinish them for floors that look just like new again.

It all starts here, for your own hardwood floors

We’ve served clients from many local areas, including Linwood, Margate, Longport, and Ocean City, all from our Northfield, NJ showroom. We offer excellent materials at affordable prices, to make the flooring of your dreams a real possibility.

Our associates will make sure you get the perfect floor covering; however, you’ll have to call ahead first. Our showroom hours are by appointment only, to keep your costs as affordable as possible, so reach out to us today.

Hardwood floors that reflect who you are

Practicality and common sense come first, so choosing the perfect wood species for your hardwood floors is a must. Active homes require a harder wood than homes that have very little foot traffic. Oak is a great choice, but there are plenty of others to choose from.

The next step is choosing a great stain color. If you choose prefinished materials, you won’t have as many color options as with site-finished materials. However, site-finished floors require a longer installation time. It really comes down to whether you prefer a larger choice of stain colors or a shorter installation process.

Sealing your hardwood floors is a necessity and you have several options from which to choose. Oil-based sealants are one, and hard wax is another. Your flooring associate will be happy to discuss all possible options if you prefer.

A great finish is the last choice you’ll make, and can include distressed, vintage, wire-brushed, and many more. High gloss is a popular choice, but it shows the most amount of wear and is easy to scratch. You can hide these easily, however, with finishes such as distressed and wire brushed.