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Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is a great choice for any home. It looks elegant, luxurious, and comes in a variety of styles. 

Why choose hardwood flooring?

Hardwood flooring is known for being:

  • Long-lasting
  • Durable
  • A natural flooring material
  • Available in both prefinished and unfinished, and solid wood or engineered

Due to the wide variety of options you have, choosing your new hardwood flooring can be a little overwhelming. At Custom Floor & Design, we offer quality hardwood floors from some of the top suppliers, like Shaw, Armstrong, Mirage, and Somerset.

We offer a variety of patterns, stains, and types of hardwood. Before you make your final decision on your floors, you should consider the style and function of the room they’re going in, as well as your budget. Our flooring experts have the knowledge and experience to help you choose your new floors and go through the decision process.

By taking measurements and assessing your goals for the project, we can assess the best type of hardwood floors for you within your budget.

Solid Hardwood Floors

Many people new to the world of flooring don’t know that there are actually two categories of hardwood floors, Solid and Engineered. Solid hardwood floors are made of a single plank of wood. However, this makes them more susceptible to shrinking and expanding when exposed to moisture.

Engineered Hardwood Floors

Engineered hardwood flooring is a great alternative to solid hardwood floors and typically comes at a lower price point. They are made of wood, but only the top layer (the visible portion) is made of the higher quality wood. The other layers are made of less expensive wood, such as plywood. Engineered flooring offers the same look and feel as solid hardwood floors for a lower price.

Whether you choose to go with solid or engineered hardwood floors, Custom Floor & Design partners with leading manufacturers to supply you with the highest quality hardwoods for the best pricing in Chantilly, VA.

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