High Quality Engineered Hardwood Flooring To Add A Touch Of Class

Embrace the warmth and beauty of our engineered hardwood flooring collection at Stone & Tile Shoppe. Our selection, featuring renowned brands like Mohawk, brings a harmonious blend of style and functionality to your space. From the rich tones of hickory to the beauty of oak, each piece in our collection is crafted to enhance the unique character of your home or business. Our engineered hardwood floors are not just visually appealing but also built for longevity, ensuring a lasting impression in any setting. Whether you're renovating a living room or an office space, our hardwood flooring options are tailored to meet your specific needs and preferences.

  • Windridge Hickory Espresso Hickory WEK27-96
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  • Wallingford Birch Graphite Birch WEK28-92
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  • Woodmore 3 Inch Oak Golden WEC33-20
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  • Whistlowe Burlap Hickory WEK07-99
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  • EXPLORE THE HUGE VARIETY OF COLORED HARDWOOD FLOORING OPTIONS WE STOCK

    At Stone & Tile, we take pride in offering an extensive collection of engineered hardwood flooring, each variety promising to infuse your home with its unique charm. For those who appreciate the warm, inviting tones of earthy hues, our brown hardwood flooring collection offers a rich spectrum of options, from deep, comforting walnut shades to lighter, honeyed oak. These selections are perfect for creating a cozy and welcoming atmosphere in any room.

    Venturing into more contemporary choices, our gray hardwood flooring stands as a testament to modern elegance. This selection, with its sleek and sophisticated shades, seamlessly complements a minimalist or industrial decor, bringing a chic and understated flair to your living spaces. For those who prefer a brighter, more airy feel, our white hardwood flooring range is a breath of fresh air. It reflects natural light beautifully, making spaces appear larger and more open – an ideal choice for smaller rooms or areas with limited natural light. Diving into the realm of more expressive colors, our red hardwood flooring collection with cherry and chestnut options makes a bold statement. It's perfect for those looking to add a touch of drama and vibrancy to their space. On the other hand, the soothing and neutral tones of our beige hardwood flooring offer a versatile backdrop that harmonizes with various color palettes and design styles, making it a popular choice for many homeowners.

    For a touch of refinement, our taupe hardwood flooring selection is unmatched. Its subtle yet distinctive color brings a sense of refined sophistication to any setting, whether it's a traditional or contemporary home. Meanwhile, the ivory hardwood flooring range provides a gentle, calming effect, ideal for creating a serene and peaceful environment. If you want a bold and impactful look, our black hardwood flooring collection is the epitome of dramatic flair. It's perfect for making a statement in any room, offering a striking contrast to lighter walls and decor. 

    Each of these collections at Stone & Tile is carefully curated to ensure that you find the perfect hardwood flooring to match your aesthetic preferences and practical needs, ensuring that your home not only looks stunning but also reflects your personal style.

    ADVANCED FEATURES OF HARDWOOD FLOORING FOR ALL LIFESTYLES

    In the dynamic world of interior design, hardwood flooring remains a timeless choice, revered for its natural beauty and longevity. At Stone & Tile, we understand that the functionality of flooring is as crucial as its aesthetic appeal. That's why our collection includes options like scratch-resistant hardwood flooring, a perfect solution for homes bustling with activity. This feature ensures your floors remain pristine and unmarred by the daily wear and tear of family life, pets, and frequent foot traffic.

    Equally important in maintaining the appearance and longevity of your floors is stain resistance. Our stain-resistant hardwood flooring offers peace of mind, especially in spaces like kitchens and dining areas where spills are common. This innovative feature allows for easy cleanup and ensures that accidental spills don't leave a lasting mark, preserving the beauty of your hardwood floors for years to come.

    Understanding the diverse needs of our customers, we also focus on dent resistant options, ideal for high-traffic areas and homes with heavy furniture. This durability ensures that your floors withstand the pressures of daily life, maintaining their structural integrity and appearance.

    For those who favor a more expansive and open feel in their spaces, wide plank hardwood flooring is an excellent choice. The broader planks offer a contemporary look, making rooms appear larger and more inviting. This style, with fewer seams and a more uniform appearance, lends a sense of calm and spaciousness to any interior. For a touch of rustic charm and character, distressed wood flooring is a popular choice. This style celebrates the natural imperfections and time-worn aesthetics of wood, bringing an authentic and lived-in feel to your space. Distressed wood flooring is also perfect for those who appreciate a home with a story, adding a layer of history and warmth to your decor.

    DIVERSE WOOD SPECIES ALLOW YOU TO CREATE THE EXACT LOOK YOU HAVE IN MIND

    When selecting the perfect hardwood flooring for your home, the species of wood is a fundamental consideration, each bringing its unique character and properties. At Stone & Tile, we offer a diverse range of wood species to cater to various tastes and design requirements. The acacia wood flooring in our collection is renowned for its striking grain patterns and rich color variations, making it a standout choice for those seeking a floor with personality and warmth. For a more subtle yet equally elegant option, our birch flooring is a fantastic choice. Birch is known for its fine grain and pale hues, offering a light and airy feel to any space. It's an excellent choice for rooms where you want to create an open, inviting atmosphere. 

    If you need a more robust option, hickory flooring is admired for its exceptional hardness and durability. Its distinctive grain pattern and color variation add a rustic charm, ideal for homes that aim to blend durability with natural beauty. With amore uniform and subtle grain, maple flooring is a superb selection and its light, creamy color and minimal grain make it a popular choice for contemporary spaces, providing a clean and consistent look. If you need a touch of luxury and depth, our walnut flooring is unmatched. Known for its rich, dark tones and striking grain, walnut flooring adds an element of opulence and sophistication to any setting. 

    In contrast, our oak flooring offers a classic and versatile look, fitting seamlessly into both traditional and modern interiors. Oak's pronounced grain and warm tones bring a sense of timelessness and durability to your floors. Another top choice in the oak family is red oak flooring presenting a slightly different aesthetic with its reddish hues and strong grain patterns. It's perfect for adding warmth and character to any room. On the other hand, white oak flooring leans towards cooler tones, offering a more refined and sophisticated look with its tight grain and resilience.

    HARDWOOD FLOORING INSTALLATION MADE EASY

    If you’re seeking a quick and hassle-free method, our float installation hardwood flooring is an excellent choice. This method involves laying the flooring over an existing floor without the need for nails or glue, making it ideal for DIY enthusiasts or for situations where you want to minimize installation time.

    Alternatively, our glue down installation hardwood flooring offers a more permanent solution. By adhering the hardwood directly to the subfloor, this method provides a stable and secure fit, ideal for areas with heavy foot traffic or where extra durability is required. When you need versatility in installation, we also provide options like glue down, staple, float installation hardwood, which allows for multiple methods depending on your specific needs and the nature of your space, and for situations where you might need to choose between floating or gluing down your hardwood floors, our glue or float installation hardwood offers the flexibility to select the method that best suits your project. Our glue, staple or float installation hardwood provides even more options, catering to a range of subfloor types and installation preferences.

    For the most comprehensive range of installation choices, our glue, staple, nail or float installation hardwood flooring is unmatched. These flooring options accommodate nearly every installation scenario, ensuring that regardless of your home's construction or your personal preference, you have a method that works seamlessly. 

    Prefer a traditional approach with a modern twist? Then our staple and nail with glue assist installation hardwood combines the classic methods of nailing and stapling with the added stability of glue.

    ESSENTIAL INSTALLATION ACCESSORIES FOR HARDWOOD FLOORING

    To achieve a flawless finish, certain installation must-haves are indispensable, so we provide a comprehensive range of accessories to ensure your flooring installation is complete and professional. A baby threshold is one such essential. It serves as a transition piece between the hardwood floor and other surfaces, providing a smooth and aesthetically pleasing edge, especially in doorways or where your hardwood meets a different type of flooring. Another charming component for many homes is the flush stair nose. This accessory is designed to create a seamless transition on the edges of steps and staircases. Not only does it enhance the look of your stairs by matching your hardwood floors, but it also ensures safety by reducing the risk of tripping, making it a functional and stylish addition to any stairway.

    For a neat and polished look along the walls and baseboards, incorporating a quarter round is essential. This slender, curved molding covers the expansion gap between the floor and the wall, providing a clean and finished appearance. It's an excellent way to ensure that the edges of your hardwood flooring blend seamlessly with the rest of your room's decor. In situations where your hardwood floor meets another surface at a different height, a reducer is vital. This piece smoothly bridges the gap between two uneven surfaces, ensuring a safe and gradual transition from one area to another. It's particularly useful in doorways or transitions between different types of flooring. T molding is an indispensable accessory for installations where your hardwood flooring expands into multiple rooms or areas. This molding is used in doorways and thresholds to join two hardwood floors, ensuring a cohesive and uninterrupted flow throughout your home.

    HOW TO CLEAN PREFINISHED HARDWOOD FLOORS

    Prefinished hardwood floors, known for their natural beauty and versatility in matching any décor, require regular maintenance to retain their sheen and integrity. The key to keeping these floors in pristine condition is regular sweeping, vacuuming, or dust mopping to eliminate loose dirt, dust, and debris. Daily cleaning with a microfiber mop is recommended, as it's soft and effective in attracting dust. When sweeping, opt for a soft bristle brush to prevent scratching. If vacuuming, ensure the vacuum has a soft brush attachment. Deep cleaning should be done occasionally or monthly with a manufacturer-recommended cleaner, ensuring the mop is well wrung to avoid leaving excess moisture on the floor. Promptly remove spills and stains, use rugs and mats in high-traffic areas, attach protective felt pads under furniture, and groom pets to prevent scratches

    HOW TO REFINISH HARDWOOD FLOORS

    Refinishing hardwood floors is a process that can rejuvenate the appearance of your home. The first step involves sanding down the existing finish to the bare wood, removing scratches, stains, and imperfections. After sanding, it's crucial to thoroughly clean the floor to remove all dust and debris. The next step is to apply a sealer, which prepares the wood for the new finish and ensures an even application. Once the sealer is dry, you can apply the new finish, typically a polyurethane-based product, which should be applied in multiple coats for durability. It's important to allow adequate drying time between coats. Finally, a final buffing will smooth out the finish, giving your floors a fresh, new look. 

    HOW TO INSTALL HARDWOOD FLOORS

    Installing hardwood floors is a project that can significantly enhance the aesthetic of your home. For detailed guidance on various installation methods, explore our collection of hardwood installation options. The process begins with preparing the subfloor, ensuring it's clean, level, and dry. Next, plan the layout of the boards, considering the room's dimensions and the wood's natural variations. When installing, start from the longest wall and work your way across the room, leaving an expansion gap around the perimeter to accommodate natural wood movement. Boards should be staggered for a natural look and structural stability. Depending on the type of hardwood, you may use a floating, glue-down, or nail-down installation method. Each method has its specifics, so it's crucial to follow the manufacturer's instructions closely. 

    HOW TO CHOOSE HARDWOOD FLOORING

    Choosing hardwood flooring involves considering several factors to ensure it complements your home's style and meets your practical needs. First, think about the wood species, as each has unique grain patterns, colors, and hardness levels. Popular options include oak, maple, and walnut. Next, consider the type of hardwood: solid or engineered. Solid hardwood is traditional and can be refinished multiple times, while engineered hardwood offers more stability and is suitable for various climates. The finish of the wood, whether glossy, matte, or hand-scraped, also plays a significant role in the floor's overall look. Additionally, consider the plank size and color, which should align with your room's size and decor. 

    HOW TO SAND HARDWOOD FLOORS

    Sanding hardwood floors is an essential step in refinishing them and restoring their beauty. Start by choosing the right sandpaper grit; begin with a coarser grit and gradually move to finer grits. Before sanding, ensure the room is well-ventilated and that you have protective gear. Use a drum sander for the main floor area, moving with the grain of the wood, and an edge sander for the corners and edges. It's important to keep the sander moving to avoid gouging the wood. After the initial sanding, vacuum and clean the floor to remove all dust. Then, sand again with a finer grit sandpaper for a smooth finish. Remember, sanding can be a dusty and time-consuming process, so patience and attention to detail are key. 

    HOW MUCH DOES HARDWOOD FLOORING COST

    The cost of hardwood flooring varies widely based on several factors, including the type of wood, the quality of the material, the complexity of the installation, and the geographical location. On average, the price for materials can range from $3 to $12 per square foot, with exotic woods being more expensive. Installation costs also vary, typically ranging from $3 to $8 per square foot, depending on the installation method and labor rates in your area. It's important to factor in additional costs such as underlayment, finishes, and any necessary subfloor preparation. If you want a detailed breakdown of installation costs, you can check out our guide on hardwood installation costs here.

    WHAT'S THE BEST HARDWOOD FLOORING

    The best hardwood flooring depends on your specific needs and preferences. Factors to consider include the wood's hardness, grain pattern, color, and finish. For high-traffic areas, harder woods like oak, hickory, or maple are ideal due to their durability. If you're looking for unique grain patterns and colors, species like walnut or cherry might be more appealing. Engineered hardwood is a great option for areas with fluctuating humidity levels, as it offers more stability than solid hardwood. The finish, whether oil-based or water-based polyurethane, also affects the floor's look and maintenance. Ultimately, the best hardwood flooring is one that aligns with your lifestyle, aesthetic preferences, and budget. Explore our diverse range of hardwood flooring to find the perfect match for your home.

    IS HARDWOOD FLOORING SUITABLE FOR KITCHENS AND BATHROOMS?

    Hardwood flooring can be used in kitchens, offering warmth and elegance, but it requires careful consideration due to potential exposure to moisture and spills. Engineered hardwood, with its layered construction, is more resistant to humidity changes and can be a better choice for kitchens compared to solid hardwood. Regular maintenance, such as immediate spill cleanup and the use of mats near sinks, is essential to protect the wood. For bathrooms, hardwood is generally not recommended due to the high moisture environment. If you desire a wood look in your bathroom, consider alternatives like wood-look tile, which combines the aesthetic of wood with the durability and water resistance of tile.

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