Hardwood Floors

Add warmth and classic styling to your home with beautiful hardwood flooring.

Engineered Hardwood Floors

Hand-sculpted oak hardwood lends classic beauty to the living room. Engineered hardwood offers the same warmth and beauty as solid wood, but brings greater installation flexibility. Photo courtesy of Armstrong

Sophisticated Styling

Wide oak planks make a statement in a living space. These hardwood floors are treated with a special oil that penetrates the grain, making the surface more beautiful with age. Photo courtesy of US Floors Inc.

Eco-Friendly Option

Distressed hardwood floors are surprisingly at home to a formal living space. Shaw Epic® engineered hardwood is a tough, stable surface with greater environmental sustainability than many hardwood floors. Photo courtesy of Shaw Floors

Rustic Finish

This solid hickory hardwood in a light chestnut color is heavily textured for a rustic appearance. The hand-sculpted floor lends rich character suitable for virtually any space. Photo courtesy of Armstrong

Exciting Design Options

Think outside the planks: This exciting new line lets you add flair underfoot with hardwood squares or rectangles laid in eye-catching designs, such as checkerboard, subway or weave. Photo courtesy of Mannington Mills, Inc.

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