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High-Quality Hardwood Flooring from Floor & Decor

Hardwood flooring can bring a lot of warmth, elegance, and beauty into the home while also increasing its value. It comes in a huge range of styles and types, from traditional oak flooring and maple hardwood flooring to more modern engineered hardwood options. No matter what kind of wood flooring you're looking for, you'll find it at Floor & Decor.

The Finest Wood Flooring in Countless Colors and Styles

If you want to enhance the look and feel of your rooms, hardwood flooring is a superb choice. Dark wood floors can bring sophistication and style to spaces like the living room or dining room, while light wood floors can work wonderfully well in areas such as the kitchen or bathroom, and you can find many different wood flooring types right here, all at the best prices.

Floor & Decor has all the options available to meet your needs and transform your spaces from bamboo floor planks to oak hardwood flooring. Easy to clean, highly durable, and simply beautiful to admire, these hardwood flooring solutions will wow you time and time again with their aesthetic advantages and natural strength.

Order Your Hardwood Flooring with Floor & Decor

If you're looking for wood flooring of any kind for both residential and commercial projects, Floor & Decor can meet your needs. As experts in installing hardwood floors, we can help you find the perfect hardwood flooring products and installation accessories. Here are just some of the benefits we have to offer:

  • A vast range of hardwood floors, from engineered wood to wide plank wood flooring
  • Many colors and materials, including gray wood flooring and hickory floors
  • The lowest hardwood flooring cost and best value, guaranteed
  • The highest standards of customer care from a trusted, experienced brand

Place your hardwood flooring order today with Floor & Decor.

Hardwood Flooring Frequently Asked Questions

How do you stain hardwood floors?

Unfinished hardwood flooring is a great solution for those who want to further customize their home’s interior. Unfinished hardwood floors provide you with endless options for stain and color, and Floor & Decor offers all of the floor preparation materials—including primer and stain—you need for a beautiful finished project. To stain your unfinished hardwood floors, you can follow these simple steps:

  1. Test out your hardwood floor stain in an inconspicuous area to ensure you’re satisfied with your color choice.
  2. Sand the floor to ensure a smooth, bare wood that’s ready to stain—this will involve passing over the floor three times with a random orbital sander, using a lighter-grit abrasive with each pass.
  3. Vacuum and clean up any dust with a microfiber cloth dampened with mineral spirits.
  4. Apply stain and let it dry completely.
  5. Apply finish.

How do you clean hardwood floors?

The process for cleaning hardwood floors is simple, and Floor & Decor offers all of the cleaning supplies you need to restore your flooring’s shine and keep bacteria and grime at bay. First, you’ll want to sweep or vacuum your floor to remove dust and debris. Make sure that you use your vacuum’s hard floor setting to avoid any scratches or damage to your hardwood’s surface. Next, you’re ready to go in with a wet mop and a hardwood floor cleaner or disinfectant. You’ll want to avoid harsh detergents and homemade cleaning products, as those could damage your floor’s finish.

How do you refinish hardwood?

When it comes to refinishing your hardwood flooring, there are a few things to consider. Namely, can you refinish your hardwood floors? It’s important to keep in mind that not all hardwood floors can be refinished. Most solid floors can be refinished multiple times, while engineered hardwood floors may not tolerate refinishing. Bamboo floors can only be resurfaced. If you’ve determined that your hardwood floors can be refinished, then you can follow these simple steps:

  1. Prepare the floors by hammering down protruding nails, vacuuming and sweeping away dust and debris, and sealing air vents.
  2. Pull up the shoe base molding.
  3. Sand the floor.
  4. Vacuum and clean up any dust with a microfiber cloth dampened with mineral spirits.
  5. Apply wood stain and let it dry completely.
  6. Apply finish.