Flooring can make a dramatic difference in the appearance of your home. It will also contribute to the resale value, and it enhances the ambiance of a home. There are a great many choices to consider when deciding on the flooring for your home. Let’s take a look at ten of the most popular flooring styles from which to choose for your home.

  • Bamboo

    Featuring Premium Green Bamboo, The Original Brand With The Most Selection Of Colors And Styles. The Newest Versions Such As Strand Woven High Density Planks Have Now Arrived And Are Ready For Shipment.

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  • Engineered

    Nothing Compares To The Richness And Warmth Of Real Hardwood Flooring. La Hardwood Floors Proudly Features Real Wood Flooring In Both Engineered And Solid Construction, With Options To Fit Every Budget. Today’s Easier To Install, No-Wax Selection Of Wood Floors Become A Warm Part Of The Home For Generations.

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  • Handscrapped

    Custom Hand Carved Hardwood Floors Create Beautiful Rooms Filled With Depth And Texture. We Are Stocking A Large Selection Of Custom Stained Tones In A Variety Of Species And Carving Types, All Hand Crafted.

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  • Laminate

    Looking For Low Maintenance Easier To Install Laminate Flooring? Not Only Do We Stock The Original Series, We Feature New Collections With The Latest Releases In Styling And Design.

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  • Solid

    Solid Hardwood Floors Come In A Wide Range Of Dimensions And Styles, With Each Plank Made Of Solid Wood And Milled From A Single Piece Of Timber. Solid Hardwood Floors Were Originally Used For Structural Purposes, Being Installed Perpendicular To The Wooden Support Beams Of A Building Known As Bearers And Joists. Modern Construction Techniques Rarely Use Bearers And Joists For The Subfloor Construction With Most Homes Built In Australia Being Of A Concrete Slab Basis With A Wood Building Frame, Solid Australian Hardwood Floors Are Used Almost Exclusively For Their Appearance. For Flooring, Solid Wood Has Natural Characteristics. Australian Hardwoods Are Hygroscopic That Means They Acquire And Lose Moisture Due To The Ambient Conditions Around Them. Typically, 100mm Thick Boards Are The Largest That Can Be Manufactured From Solid Wood Without Compromising The Structure Of The Flooring (Some Manufacturers Produce Wider Boards Using Proprietary Milling Techniques). There Is, However, No Standard Size Which Will Perform Well In Every Environment. For Contemporary Construction Techniques, The Most Significant Characteristic Of Solid Wood Floors Is That They Are Able To Be Installed Over Concrete Slab – The Battening System Having The Least Maintenance.

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  • Unfinished Hardwood

    An Environmentally Friendly Flooring Option Derived From The Portugal Cork Oak Tree. Gorgeous Burl Designs Create A Unique Floor With Endless Design Possibilities. The New Floating Cork Floors Feature A 4 Sided Locking Tongue And Groove, And A Cork Underlayment Pre- Attached For Faster Easier Installation.

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