Hardwood Floors for Every Lifestyle
Hardwood flooring is a long-sought-after, timeless flooring solution that has remained popular among homeowners for decades. It's safe to say that almost everyone admires the appearance of hardwood flooring, but many might worry about keeping their hardwood floors in mint condition. Thanks to the latest floor engineering advancements, hardwood floors are stronger and more durable than ever before. Stop by Ed's Flooring America in Plaistow, New Hampshire, to browse our showroom and meet with our friendly staff to cover any initial questions you have.
Our design experts are committed to helping you find the perfect hardwood floors to match your lifestyle and budget. Visit our showroom to browse our collection of hardwood floors, from hickory planks to light-grain maple.
We help consumers save money on hardwood flooring made by many of the industry's leading brands by leveraging our purchasing power through our affiliation with Flooring America. These benefits are passed on to valued customers like you so that you can stick to your price point and know you're receiving quality hardwood floors. With ample selection to choose from, you can find the qualities of hardwood that you need in any of our name brand items, from manufacturers like:
- Baroque Flooring
- Aquadura H2O
What's the Difference Between Solid and Engineered Hardwood?
Nowadays, with developments in flooring technology, you have the option between engineered and traditional hardwood. Traditional hardwood is made entirely of solid wood, while engineered hardwood is made up of cross-cut planks glued together to form a firmer surface. This gives the planks more stability and prevents them from warping or expanding, making them suitable for humid environments.
While engineered hardwood is more expensive than solid hardwood, it can withstand more foot traffic and perform better in wetter environments, making it the perfect flooring choice in your bathrooms and kitchens. Each flooring plank's top layer is made of real wood, giving it a natural look and feel. Engineered planks, which come in various stains, grains, and finishes, provide the perfect look and feel for any interior design.
Both engineered and solid hardwood choices come in the following botanical tree species:
Ease of Hardwood Maintenance
Hardwood floors have many advantages, from their beauty to long-term investment, but perhaps the most important benefit is their hassle-free upkeep. Your floors will look brand new for years if you care for them with daily vacuuming and sweeping. To maintain their flawless appearance, hardwood floors should be mopped with a warranty-certified cleaner and a wet mop.
With our exclusive line of Aquadura H2O products, you can achieve the hardwood look of your dreams in moisture-prone areas of the house. Featuring a 100% waterproof sealant, these hardwood floors are kid-proof and pet-proof, making them the perfect choice for busy households.
Hardwood Installation with the Experts
When it comes time to install your brand new hardwood floors, trust our installers at Ed's Flooring America to help. Our team of expert installers will deliver a seamless hardwood installation. With their brand knowledge and product experience, our specialists have the correct tools and resources to ensure a fast and efficient installation.
We also carry the option of unfinished hardwood, which is not stained, scraped, or finished before placement. Our unfinished hardwood is available in a wide range of popular wood species such as oak and hickory. Coming in different plank sizes, our unfinished hardwood features natural grains to give your home design a unique look. Once installed, these unfinished planks will surely create a rustic and charming look for your home or office. We guarantee to produce the finished hardwood floor you've always dreamed of, from glossy lacquers to flat finishes.
Contact us today to learn more about our stunning hardwood flooring collection and have one of our flooring experts assist you with the selection process. We proudly serve Plaistow, Hampstead, and Kingston, NH, and Haverhill, MA.