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Featured Hardwoods
$ 3 24
SQFT
2,981 SQFT
in stock
CFS Fiji Burma Teak Hand Scraped Hardwood
$ 3 54
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2,981 SQFT
in stock
Kingsmil Fiji Lapacho 6.5" Handscraped Hardwood Flooring
$ 1 69
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4,750 SQFT
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Mohawk Hickory Copper Penny Click Together 5 1/4" Engineered Hardwood
$ 1 84
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2,464 SQFT
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Armstrong Lock & Fold Hardwood 5" Plank Timberland Collection Walnut Fiery Bronze
$ 1 84
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2,816 SQFT
in stock
Armstrong 5" Click Hardwood Performance Plus Maple Traditional Russet
Solid Hardwood vs. Engineered Wood Flooring
What makes a classic? Is it timeless appeal, consistent quality, or is it the ability to transcend fads and maintain its character? For hardwood flooring, the answer is all three. The beauty of hardwood flooring is as varied as the trees it’s derived from; a veritable bounty of colors and patterns can be counted on to add pop to any interior design plan. Floors To Your Home offers a lovely selection of discount hardwoods with rich burls, lush grain patterns, and colors ranging from the palest champagne to the darkest ebony. The possibilities begin with your imagination!

Floors To Your Home features a great selection of discounted solid and engineered hardwoods. We include both first quality and cabin grade hardwood. A solid hardwood floor plank, as the name suggests, is made from a single piece of wood, while engineered hardwood is composed of layers. The top layer will be visible on installation, while the bottom layers provide stability. Another great thing about hardwood floor is the variety of installation options. Many of our hardwoods feature tongue and groove construction, while others click together just like our laminate or vinyl plank flooring. Same easy installation, same great discounts!

There’s no need to shy away from hardwood in homes where scratching and impact damage is a concern. Modern hardwood flooring is protected by a transparent aluminum oxide or polyurethane coating to prevent damage.
Hardwood Deals & Specials
Discount Hardwood Flooring
We search the country for overstocks, special buys and other hardwood deals so that we can have quality flooring in stock at deeply discounted prices. Our company has been known for this since the 40's, and we have carried it into the internet age. As cheap as we are able to make these floors, we still ship directly from our own warehouse right to your home. Floors usually arrive 5 business days after the orders are placed, even the ones on sale, and yes, even the free shipping items (which most are)! Just know that our stock changes daily, and sometimes once a flor is gone it's really gone for good. Hardwood floors have been around since the 1600's, so there is a lot of available knowledge about them. If you have questions on hardwood flooring, our Resource Center is a good place to go, with videos, FAQs and a decent blog. Check it out, it's very easy to get around.
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Cindy: Hello! I have one more question...Last week I was told that I could put the loose lay vinyl plank flooring directly over my laminate/tile floor, which is fantastic! My question is, what do I need to put down in my two carpeted bedrooms to bring the floor up to the height it needs to be? Any suggestions?
*** Eric joined the chat *** Cindy: Hi Eric
Eric: How are you Cindy!?
Cindy: great, how are you doing?
Eric: I am good!
Eric: You can put down luan or playwood sub floor. Is the floor under the carpet concrete or wood?
Cindy: concrete.
Eric: Really there isn;t much you can put over concrete to raise the floor up. You might just have to use a trim to deal with the difference in height.
Cindy: I couldn't glue something down over it? Just asking, I'm clueless, lol
Cindy: Just don't want transition strips if i can help it.
Eric: Not really. You can get subfloor solutions, but I am not sure what they cost because you can't just put plywood down over the concrete.
Cindy: Hmmmm
Eric: You could just take out the laminate you have to alleviate this issue.
Cindy: True. Or I could recarpet, as much as I hate the idea
Eric: You could. I am not a fan of carpet either so I understand not wanting to do that!
Cindy: Well, I'll have to think about this one. I was sooo excited to think I wouldn't have to tear out everything & haul it away, darn it!
Cindy: But thanks for the info. Now I have to decide on a color, and what to do about the bedrooms so that I can place my order. Thanks!
Eric: Of course. If you have any other questions please feel free to let us know!
Cindy: I will. Thank you so much, I'm sure I'll think of more questions, lol
Cindy: Have a great day, Cindy.