Solid wood flooring, as the name suggests, is made of solid wood throughout its thickness. It usually made of a hardwood species, such as oak, maple, or walnut, and its major advantage is that it can be sanded and refinished many times over the course of its lifespan.


Engineered wood flooring looks very much like solid hardwood, but its construction features a relatively thin layer of hardwood bonded over a premium-quality plywood layer that gives the flooring very good stability.


Bamboo flooring has a chic, exotic look but is still relatively inexpensive, which makes it a highly appealing flooring option for many. They have become more popular in recent years, due to their many similarities to hardwood flooring.


Laminate flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together in a process called lamination. Laminate flooring is incredibly popular as it simulates wood and sometimes stone flooring while being much cheaper than both and easier to install and maintain.

Cork floors

Cork flooring isn't a new concept. These floors have been used in the United States since around the turn of the century. Aside from simple installation, cork flooring offers a number of benefits over vinyl, laminate or hardwood floors.


Flooring underlayment is a thin material that rests between the floor covering above and the subfloor below. Because underlayment is a catchall term, it can take different forms depending on the flooring material is supports.


Installing your floors require a wide range of tools and accessories. Getting to know more about your flooring tools will ensure that you purchase and use them wisely. Get to know more about the tools on the links below.


Flooring adhesive is any type of strong, permanent glue for adhering flooring materials to a subfloor or underlayment. Different types of adhesives are recommended for different types of flooring, although some multi-purpose solutions can be used with multiple materials.