Hardwood flooring can change the character of a room. Going from carpet to a new flooring material can give the space a rustic or classic charm, depending upon your tastes. Whether you're considering new or replacement hardwood flooring for a home or commercial building, Hurst Hardwoods carries a variety of wholesale hardwoods. The selection of hardwood flooring sold at wholesale prices at Hurst encompasses all types of wood, including both solid and engineered hardwood in unfinished and prefinished options. Bruce hardwood flooring and other top brands like Armstrong, BR 111, and Anderson are represented, and all of these manufacturers carry a combination of exotic and domestic woods for you to choose from.
Hardwood flooring gives you two options for your space: solid and engineered. Solid hardwood flooring is self-explanatory, and most of our domestic and exotic woods are available as solid flooring. Engineered hardwood flooring, on the other hand, is more versatile for your home or building, as engineered hardwood can be placed anywhere. Each piece of engineered flooring is made of natural wood on top of a 9-ply birch base to create a 100-percent wood floorboard. The engineered wood flooring, then, can be placed near a radiating heat source, as the boards won't bend or warp. As engineered hardwood flooring is popular for many homes, particularly for those with concrete or cement foundations, our selection of engineered hardwood covers both domestic and exotic species.
Another issue arising from installing hardwood flooring is installation, especially finishing and sealing the boards. Prefinished hardwood flooring minimizes the effort and time needed for installing a solid or engineered wood floor, as the boards are already finished and need no sealing. Brands that carry prefinished hardwood flooring often use a lock and fold mechanism to even cut down on gluing or stapling. Prefinished hardwood is ideal for replacing an entire floor, but, for part of a floor, using unfinished hardwood can help the new blend in with the old. Unfinished hardwood floors include both engineered and solid woods, and these woods need finishing and sealing as part of the installation into your home or building.
Wood isn't the only material used for flooring, and many manufacturers, such as Armstrong or Bruce hardwood flooring, carry a line of laminate products. Laminate hardwood flooring is designed to have the appearance of real wood but, in fact, the composition of each board involves a fiber core, wood image, and melamine on the front and back. The wood imaging, on the other hand, has become more realistic over the years, even to the point that manufacturers incorporate texture and finish into creating laminate hardwood flooring.
Whether you need standard white oak or Brazilian cherry hardwood flooring, Hurst Hardwoods carries a variety of options for adding hardwood into your home.
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