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We can also install your hardwood floors to match your new stairs or match your new stairs to
your existing hardwood.

With a little basic understanding about the different types of wood floors you can be better
prepared and more confident in your selection. Wood floors are produced in both solid and
engineered planks and strips and come in a wide variety of wood species. To help determine which
type of floor will work best for your situation consider the location within your home and the type
of sub floor you have.

Before choosing a floor, determine if the room is above, on or below ground level. Solid wood can
be installed above grade and engineered floors can be installed both above and below grade.

Solid Hardwood Floors

Solid Hardwood is 100% hardwood milled from lumber. As a natural material, hardwood reacts to
changes in its setting, like moisture and extreme temperatures, which cause solid wood to shrink or
expand. All solid hardwood can be sanded and refinished if needed over the years. Solid hardwood
is not recommended for installation below ground level or in bathrooms.

Engineered Wood Floors

Engineered Wood is built up of layers of wood. It consists of three to ten layers, called plies, that
are glued together. This multi-ply structure gives engineered wood superior stability, greater than
solid wood, which reduces concerns associated with shrinking and expanding when temperature
and humidity change. Engineered wood can be installed below ground level making it a great
choice for finished basements.

Un-Finished Hardwood

Unfinished floors can also be installed, which are then sanded, stained and finished on site. This
creates a smooth finish without any bevelled edges. One advantage is that you can match the stain
to your newly refinished stairs.

Exotic Wood Species

Today wood flooring is also offered in a variety of hardwood species that are not found in North
America. These floors offer many unique and visually striking appearances that are distinctly
different from the North American hardwoods.

Bamboo Floors

The choice of a bamboo floor is quickly gaining popularity for both commercial and household
use, especially in North America. It is a grass but is stronger and denser than many hardwood
floors. A bamboo floor is highly resistant to moisture and is a great alternative to traditional
hardwood flooring. It is available in a wide selection of finishes in both solid and engineered.