Quality and Affordable Hardwood Flooring

Have your next flooring project installed by the Flooring Pros. We offer different shades and styles of hardwood flooring. Get your free estimate on hardwood flooring today!

Your Hardwood Flooring Project Made Easy

We’re called the Flooring Pros because we make buying and installing hardwood flooring easy.

Our 4-step process makes sure you get the best price and quality in the least amount of time possible.

Free Estimate

First, get your free estimate so we can know what type of flooring you are interested in and the size of the area for your flooring project.

We'll Get Measurements

We will have our installation team come to your home at your convenience to get exact measurements of your rooms.

Pick Your Style

Come by our store and we will help you pick out the best look and feel for your home. If you see a color or style online that we don’t carry in store, let us know and we will grab it for you!

One Year Warranty

We will come to install after you select your favorite floor. We also offer a one year warranty on all flooring. We like to add that extra layer of durability with our floors.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Why hardwood flooring?

Solid hardwood is a great option for those wanting something durable. It can be refinished at any time so you do not have to replace after wear and tear. It is applied via nails and can increase the value of your home if you are looking to rent it out or sell it. Other benefits include the variety of finishes available, better acoustics and improved indoor air quality.

Engineered hardwood is a great option for those wanting easy installation. Since it is engineered, it can be stapled, glued or floated depending on what type of engineered hardwood you choose. Our designers can let you know which installation method would be best for your flooring. It does not have to acclimate to home temperature so you can place immediately after purchase. Engineered hardwood also offers an impressive range of colors.

Check out our article on the difference between solid and engineered hardwood for more information.

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