When deciding on wood flooring there are many options available.
We can help you decide what is best for your budget, design and existing floor type.
Pre-Finished Solid and Engineered
Handscraped and Wirebrushed
Finished in Place
Vinyl Plank (wood look)
All Installation Techniques: Nail, Glued and Floating
We Carry All Major Brands
Doylestown, PA - Custom Floor and Steps
American Walnut Installed in Herringbone Pattern
Custom Handmade American Walnut 8' Radius Stair Treads
Sand and Finished
Why Choose Hardwood Flooring?
Wood Floors Increase a Home's Resale Value –Recent survey suggests hardwood flooring can add 10%+ to the value of your home. A $10,000 investment in hardwood floors could potentially add $20,000 to a home valued at $200,000. This could double the return on your investment.
Wood Floors Promote a Healthier Indoor Living Environment –Since it is a hard-surface it doesn't trap dust fibres and mites that can set off allergies
Wood Floors Are Easy to Clean and Maintain –With carpet you never really know if vacuuming is getting the floor clean and shampooing is costly
Wood Floors Are Durable –Stands up to children, pets and foot traffic Wood Floors Are Timeless –Never goes out of style and withstands changing trends. Refinishing can change color to go with any décor.
WOOD FLOORS ARE BEAUTIFUL
Wood floors will add value to your home - whether you plan to sell or enjoy for years to come
Environmental Benefits of Wood Floors
Wood flooring is the most abundantly renewable flooring material available. Sustainable forest management makes it possible to harvest wood without any serious impact on the environment, because trees are a renewable resource that can be replaced time and time again.
Check out these environmental facts about wood floors:
Average annual net growth for hardwoods is greater than average annual removals (Source: US Department of Agriculture Forest Service)
Indoor air quality is better with wood floors (Source: US Environmental Protection Agency)
Wood is a carbon neutral product that produces oxygen during its growth cycle and stores carbon during its service life (Source: University of Wisconsin Wood Products Program Solid Wood Flooring Life Cycle Analysis)
Wood floors use less water and energy to produce than other flooring options (Source: University of Wisconsin Wood Products Program Solid Wood Flooring Life Cycle Analysis)
At the end of its service life, wood flooring can be burned as fuel or recycled (Source: University of Wisconsin Wood Products Program Solid Wood Flooring Life Cycle Analysis)
Wood floors last hundreds of years, so won’t need to be replaced as often as other flooring options (Source: National Association of Home Builders)
While it takes most hardwood trees 40-60 years to mature, the inventory planted today won’t be needed for 100-plus years (Source: National Wood Flooring Association)