Hardwood | The Floor Store

Oak, ash, beech, maple, birch – these are among the most popular species for hardwood flooring in the US (though they are by no means a complete list). They are all American trees. They are all available in a wide variety of colors and plank sizes. Their costs, on average, are comparable. And while they…

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Cross Section of Engineered Wood | The Floor Store

Is there anyone who doesn’t love the natural beauty of a real hardwood floor? Apparently there aren’t many: according to the National Wood Flooring Association, Americans buy about 900 million square feet of wood flooring every year. Since that means, statistically, you are likely someday to be one of them, it might be useful for…

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European White Oak in Dark Grey | The Floor Store

When it comes to the most common trends in hardwood floors in San Francisco, it should come as no surprise that European Wired Brushed White Oak is at the forefront. At a glance, it is the type of floor that boasts decadence while simultaneously boasts rustic refinery. The timeless of hardwood combined with the exotic…

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