Solid vs Engineered


Solid hardwood is made up of planks that are single, continuous pieces of solid wood. This type of floor can be sanded and refinished many times because of its thickness. These classic floors are more rustic and old-fashioned.

Engineered hardwood floors are a more durable variety of surface, consisting of several layers of wood with a solid wood veneer on top. An engineered wood floor will stand up to moisture and can be installed even in basements because of the way it’s affixed to the subfloor. Engineered hardwood will update your home and give you a modern look.


Refinish Hardwood

Stain new unfinished hardwood to match existing flooring in your home.
Sand and Finish old hardwood to look like new.
Choose your color and number of coats.

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Will Hardwood Floors Stand Up To Kids, Pets, And Moving Furniture?

Different species of wood have different degrees of hardness. Our flooring specialists will help you pick a species based on the demands of your floors. Whether you’re worried about pet nails, high-traffic areas, heavy pieces of furniture, or the unpredictable nature of children, we can match you with the hardwood whose beauty will last the longest in your home. Make sure you let us know what your concerns are and we’ll bring our most durable samples right to you!

Solid vs Engineered Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Floors


Reclaimed wood

Looking for wood floors that will reduce your environmental impact? We offer a variety of reclaimed wood floors, which can be sanded and refinished to look brand new, without contributing to deforestation! When quality wood is torn up carefully, it can be moved to a new location and revived, retaining quality and character while it gets a new look. Whether you’re cultivating an environmentally conscious home, or you want a clean-running eco-friendly business, reclaimed wood is a great option and a beautiful conversation piece! Reclaimed wood is so beautiful that tons of samples decorate the very front of our shop in Waldorf, MD.