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Flooring Pricing is calculated on price per Square Foot, keep this in mind when considering your budget. Divide your maximum budget by your necessary square footage to find the highest price per square foot you can afford.

Brands
Primary Color

Use this to select the basic color of the product you are looking for. You can also narrow by "Shade of Color" to help you find exactly the shade you're looking for. 

Wood Species

Choose a specific wood type here, some help with colors:

  • Lighter Brown species include Oaks, Chestnut, Ash and Hickory
  • Warmer / Darker Brown species include Walnut, Cedar, Cypress, Redwood
  • Green species include Olive, Willow, some Pines
  • Red species include Cherry, Mahogany, Rosewood, some Walnuts and some Cypress

Wood Construction

Hardwood Flooring is constructed in two main ways: Engineered Hardwoods are generally approved for all grades in your home, and can be installed over concrete slabs. Solid Hardwoods are limited to on-grade and above-grade installations, and must be nailed down. 

Janka Rating

The Janka rating is a scale meant to measure the density of a wood species. A 11.28 mm steel ball is pushed into the wood to half the ball's diameter, the amount of pressure required dictates the woods place on the scale. The denser the wood the higher its place on the scale. 

Installation Type

  • Floating Floors utilize boards that are glued or snapped together and not attached to the subfloor; this style of flooring is the easiest for a DIY project because most often it requires no glue or nails for installation. One downside to Floating Flooring is that this flooring type doesn't add very much value to your home.
  • Glue Down flooring is glued down to the subfloor and is typical of engineered hardwood flooring.
  • Nail Down flooring requires a nailing process to secure the wood planks in place, this style is used commonly for solid hardwood flooring.
  • Staple Down flooring is very similar to Nail Down in that individual pieces are more easily stabled to the subfloor and are not interlocking.

Installation Location

There are 3 installation locations, above grade, on grade and below grade. Above grade is any installation that is made above the foundation of the home. On grade is any installation made on the foundation level of the home. Below grade refers to any install taking place below the foundation of the home, or the basement. 

Surface Type

Handscraped

  • Distressed, textured look
  • Popular because of its unique design applications
Smooth
  • Smooth, flattened flooring surface
  • Ideal for attaining the glossy, smooth look with an environmentally friendly flooring option

Edge Type

The Edge Type defines the meeting of two planks of flooring. A square edge means that the flooring plank edge is square and two pieces will meet up seamlessly, where as a beveled edge floor will have small valleys between two pieces when they are mated together. An eased edge is similar to beveled but to a much smaller degree of depth of valley between two pieces. 

Stain

These Stains are applied by the manufacturer and typically denote a trademarked or manufacturer specific technology.

  • Armormax helps resist scratches and scuffing
  • Scotchgard protects your floors from stains
  • Urethane is the most basic of stains and is a semi-protective shiny surface coat

Gloss

A gloss finish adds a clear shine to your flooring. The amount of sheen can vary from low medium to high depending on the flooring you choose. 

Wood Variation

This is how much variation is visible in the wood pattern of the flooring. High variation products have a lot of changes in color and pattern in a single piece, where as low variation products have a very even, standard color or pattern throughout single pieces. 

Width

This is the installed width of a single piece of flooring, be it Tile or Wood Flooring; this is the smaller physical dimension of the piece when laying flat.

Wood Type

Solid hardwood flooring is 100% hardwood milled from lumber. As a natural material, hardwood reacts to changes in its setting, like moisture and extreme temperatures, which cause solid wood to shrink or expand. Engineered hardwood flooring is built up of layers of wood. It consists of three to ten layers, called plies, that are glued together. This multi-ply structure gives engineered wood superior stability, greater than solid wood, which reduces concerns associated with shrinking and expanding when temperature and humidity change. Engineered wood can be installed below ground level making it a great choice for finished basements.

Flooring Collection

This is the Collection or Series name as denoted by the Manufacturer. If you are looking for a specific collection of flooring products, you can find them here.

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