Whether you are a Homeowner, Contractor, Architect or Designer, Cooper Floors will guide you through the entire decision-making process and help you choose the perfect floor to fit your needs, style and budget. Contact us to learn more about our selection of hardwood flooring options.
Solid Hardwood Flooring & Stair Treads
There are several different types of hardwood flooring to choose from; they are not created equal. Each type of solid hardwood has a distinct look and feel that can completely transform your home. Solid wood flooring is exactly what the name describes; it is anywhere between ¾ and 5/16 of an inch thick. It is incredibly durable and can be refinished multiple times without needing to be replaced.
Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Engineered hardwood flooring differs from solid hardwood flooring in that it is comprised of an inner plywood layer that is then covered in a thin hardwood veneer layer. Engineered hardwood flooring is more resistant to moisture and is less expensive than solid hardwoods.
When considering flooring options for your business, it’s important to keep a few key points in mind. You will want flooring that can withstand a high volume of traffic and still maintain it’s beauty. Durability is of the utmost importance. You also want to choose flooring that properly fits with the decor of your business. Lastly, you want an affordable option that will appeal to your customers but not break the bank. Hardwood flooring covers all of these bases and many more. And the best part is that installation is rather quick, so you can be back in business in no time.
The Cooper Flooring Advantage
An advantage to choosing Cooper Floors is that we also install unfinished hardwood flooring; both solid and engineered. We will install, sand and refinish on-site to your exact specifications. From narrow 1″ strip flooring, to the widest planks, we are skilled in laying straight, at an angle, or in elaborate patterns; from a simple feature strip border to herringbone to parquet to custom medallions. We make sure that the subflooring is properly conditioned prior to laying your new hardwood flooring and whether we’re floating, gluing, or nailing your flooring you know it will be done right the first time every time.