Solid Wood Flooring

Solid Wood Flooring

Hardwood Flooring at Lowe’s Imagine a cold winter night spent inside with the soft glow of the fireplace reflecting off the polished hardwood floors. Wood flooring elevates the profile of your home, especially when it comes time to sell. The classic, clean look of hardwood flooring adds an air of elegance, and Lowe’s has a great selection, including solid hardwood flooring, unfinished hardwood flooring, prefinished hardwood flooring, engineered hardwood flooring and locking hardwood flooring. We also carry unique lines of flooring like hand-scraped hardwood flooring, maple hardwood flooring, wide plank hardwood flooring, dark hardwood floors, tigerwood flooring, acacia wood flooring and wood tile. If you like the look of wood flooring, but are looking for a more cost effective flooring option, you can achieve the same look and feel with tile that looks like wood, laminate wood flooring, plywood flooring, vinyl wood flooring, fake wood flooring, bamboo flooring and cork flooring. Keep your hardwood floors looking like new with hardwood floor cleaner. We guarantee that you will find the best hardwood floors to fit your home from top brands like Bruce hardwood flooring and Shaw flooring. Plus, the experts at Lowe’s are available to help you with hardwood flooring installation.
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Solid Wood Flooring

Imagine a cold winter night spent inside with the soft glow of the fireplace reflecting off the polished hardwood floors. Wood flooring elevates the profile of your home, especially when it comes time to sell. The classic, clean look of hardwood flooring adds an air of elegance, and Lowe’s has a great selection, including solid hardwood flooring, unfinished hardwood flooring, prefinished hardwood flooring, engineered hardwood flooring and locking hardwood flooring. We also carry unique lines of flooring like hand-scraped hardwood flooring, maple hardwood flooring, wide plank hardwood flooring, dark hardwood floors, tigerwood flooring, acacia wood flooring and wood tile. If you like the look of wood flooring, but are looking for a more cost effective flooring option, you can achieve the same look and feel with tile that looks like wood, laminate wood flooring, plywood flooring, vinyl wood flooring, fake wood flooring, bamboo flooring and cork flooring. Keep your hardwood floors looking like new with hardwood floor cleaner. We guarantee that you will find the best hardwood floors to fit your home from top brands like Bruce hardwood flooring and Shaw flooring. Plus, the experts at Lowe’s are available to help you with hardwood flooring installation.
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Solid Wood Flooring

Additional Information Solid Hardwood Flooring Solid hardwood floors introduce an undeniable richness and beauty to your home. Their classic good looks speak to enduring quality and tasteful style that complements any interior setting or lifestyle, from traditional to trendy. The legendary durability and easy care of solid hardwood flooring makes it a wise investment. Your solid hardwood floor can easily last for 50 years or more with proper care, giving you a lifetime of beauty and value. It’s no wonder solid wood floors are so popular! Solid Wood Vs. Engineered Wood Solid wood flooring is 100% hardwood milled from individual boards of lumber. You can install it most rooms, except for moisture-prone areas like the basement and full bathrooms. That’s because solid wood is susceptible to natural shrinking and expanding as it reacts to moisture and temperature changes. For rooms with high humidity, choose an engineered wood floor. These floors are genuine hardwood floors made with a cross-layer construction that provides enhanced stability. It’s a good idea to compare the features of solid vs engineered hardwood flooring before deciding which one is right for you. Read More: Solid vs. Engineered Wood Solid Wood Options – Look What do you want your hardwood floor to look like? Smooth? Textured? Light texture or a deeper texture? A smooth floor typically conveys a more elegant appearance, while hand-scraped and distressed boards have a more relaxed, timeworn appeal. Textured surfaces also disguise scratches and foot traffic patterns over the years Solid Wood Options – Wood Species Armstrong offers a variety of domestic and exotic hardwood floors for your home. Domestic hardwoods like maple, white oak, and cherry have more uniform colors and grain patterns, with little variation board to board. Species like red oak and hickory are more visually striking with heavier graining and robust color variations. Exotic hardwoods exhibit beautiful looks and rich colors, along with high hardness ratings. Solid Wood Options – Board Width Select from narrow strip (up to 3”), plank (3” – 5”), wide plank (5” and up), and parquet squares. Board width can easily change the look of a room. Narrow strips create the illusion of more space in a smaller room. With fewer seams, wider width planks showcase the natural beauty of the wood better. View Wide Plank Hardwoods Installation A proper installation is critical to creating the look you want, and in helping to make sure it stays that way for years to come. Solid hardwood flooring is either glued, nailed, or stapled to a wood subfloor. These types of installations can be challenging for even more experienced DIYers. For guaranteed results, we recommend using an Armstrong Certified Installer for your solid hardwood floor. Talk to your local flooring store retailer to find out if they have certified installers. Find A Flooring Store
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Solid Wood Flooring

Solid Hardwood Flooring Solid hardwood floors introduce an undeniable richness and beauty to your home. Their classic good looks speak to enduring quality and tasteful style that complements any interior setting or lifestyle, from traditional to trendy. The legendary durability and easy care of solid hardwood flooring makes it a wise investment. Your solid hardwood floor can easily last for 50 years or more with proper care, giving you a lifetime of beauty and value. It’s no wonder solid wood floors are so popular! Solid Wood Vs. Engineered Wood Solid wood flooring is 100% hardwood milled from individual boards of lumber. You can install it most rooms, except for moisture-prone areas like the basement and full bathrooms. That’s because solid wood is susceptible to natural shrinking and expanding as it reacts to moisture and temperature changes. For rooms with high humidity, choose an engineered wood floor. These floors are genuine hardwood floors made with a cross-layer construction that provides enhanced stability. It’s a good idea to compare the features of solid vs engineered hardwood flooring before deciding which one is right for you. Read More: Solid vs. Engineered Wood Solid Wood Options – Look What do you want your hardwood floor to look like? Smooth? Textured? Light texture or a deeper texture? A smooth floor typically conveys a more elegant appearance, while hand-scraped and distressed boards have a more relaxed, timeworn appeal. Textured surfaces also disguise scratches and foot traffic patterns over the years Solid Wood Options – Wood Species Armstrong offers a variety of domestic and exotic hardwood floors for your home. Domestic hardwoods like maple, white oak, and cherry have more uniform colors and grain patterns, with little variation board to board. Species like red oak and hickory are more visually striking with heavier graining and robust color variations. Exotic hardwoods exhibit beautiful looks and rich colors, along with high hardness ratings. Solid Wood Options – Board Width Select from narrow strip (up to 3”), plank (3” – 5”), wide plank (5” and up), and parquet squares. Board width can easily change the look of a room. Narrow strips create the illusion of more space in a smaller room. With fewer seams, wider width planks showcase the natural beauty of the wood better. View Wide Plank Hardwoods Installation A proper installation is critical to creating the look you want, and in helping to make sure it stays that way for years to come. Solid hardwood flooring is either glued, nailed, or stapled to a wood subfloor. These types of installations can be challenging for even more experienced DIYers. For guaranteed results, we recommend using an Armstrong Certified Installer for your solid hardwood floor. Talk to your local flooring store retailer to find out if they have certified installers. Find A Flooring Store
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Q. Can I Glue down solid Hardwood flooring over my concrete Slab? A. No, 3/4 solid Hardwood flooring can expand and contract more than engineered wood flooring. I would not suggest direct gluing down any 3/4-inch thick solid Hardwood flooring to any surface, the adhesive bond might not allow the solid wood flooring to move or breath normally and can cause the wood flooring to distort. As I have mentioned above some manufactures allow direct gluing down on their thinner solid wood flooring.
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Q. Can I install my own Hardwood Flooring? A. Yes, Installing Prefinished Hardwood flooring is not difficult—if you can measure, cut and nail a board, then you can install our wood flooring. It is an easy and rewarding way to save a lot of money—doing it yourself. Our Hardwood flooring comes with easy to follow instructions. Standard tool knowledge and common sense would naturally help. Once you have installed a room using prefinished Hardwood flooring you can move right back in. If you purchase your wood flooring from Hosking Hardwood flooring we will take the time to walk you through your installation.

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