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Hardwood Floor Installation San Diego

Mar 5


Flooring is an important part of any interior design project because it serves as the foundation for all the other parts of your home. It can take both homeowners and designers a long time to make the right decisions about flooring. Aside from choosing the right type of flooring and materials, it is also important to consider whether the flooring is durable and attractive.


Hardwood is a great choice of flooring for homeowners. It is long-lasting and functional as well as beautiful. The best hardwood floors will withstand all types of wear and tear.

As hardwood flooring can give your home a fresh look, it is exciting to consider installing them. Hardwood floors add elegance to your room, and they also provide warmth and value. Hardwood floors come in many styles and shades.

Before you get started with hardwood refinishing or the installation, here are some things you should consider. Consider which hardwood flooring color would best suit your home or what type of installation is best for your budget.

In this article, we'll talk about the best ways to choose hardwood floors for your home. We will also provide information on the most popular hardwood floorings so you can make an informed decision.


Maple, oak flooring, or cherry flooring are all great choices for hardwood flooring. There are also other hardwood species such as mahogany/hickory, walnut, mahogany, ash, and bamboo.

There are two major types of hardwood floors available: engineered or solid. The engineered version is typically used for traditional hardwood floors and has sturdy wooden boards to ensure long-term durability. The engineered version offers a more realistic look with cost-effective application methods that allow for more customization.

  • Solid Wood Flooring: A solid hardwood floor can be obtained from one piece of timber and costs around $5 per sq. foot.

Solid hardwood flooring offers many benefits. They can be refinished however many times you like. They are stronger than other wood products and can last for many decades.

Solid hardwood floors should be installed on top and glued to a wooden floor. Solid hardwood floors require extensive nailing. Concrete bases are not recommended for their installation.

  • Engineered Floor wood: Engineered hardwood flooring consists of multiple thin layers made up of wood, polymers, resin, and a top layer of real hardwood. The cost per square foot of engineered hardwood flooring, which is a thinner layer than the one used in solid hardwood floors can be as low as $3 or $4.

Engineered hardwood floors offer the best of all subfloors: wood, concrete, tiles, and linoleum are all possible options.

Instead, the grooves are placed on the sides or planks. The underlayers are then snapped together to ensure a secure fit. This allows it to be paired easily with any other layer.

The resin and polymer layers that are used under the top layer of hardwood flooring can withstand high humidity levels. This keeps hardwood floors from swelling, warping, and cupping. Engineered hardwood floors come with sufficient expansion spaces around the edges. They are therefore less susceptible to gaps or swelling. These floors will not swell and will remain flat no matter how much they shrink.

Engineered hardwood floors require no finishing after installation, as they are always finished with high-quality finishings. This makes it an affordable and smart choice.

We offer two types of hardwood floor finishings: unfinished or finished flooring.

  • Solid Hardwood Flooring: Solid wooden flooring was previously installed unfinished. Installers would therefore take the extra steps necessary to finish them after installation. There are several steps in solid hardwood finishing.

The process of installing unfinished hardwood floors goes smoothly as it is sanded following installation. This helps eliminate any discrepancies in the board height. After installation, you can choose the shade you want by applying a custom mix stain.

  • Prefinished Wood Flooring: Today wood floors are also available as prefinished products. The only thing the installer needs to do is place it securely over a substrate. For this reason, there is no need for additional finishing. It takes much less time to install a finished hardwood floor than one that has not been finished.

Prefinished hardwood floorings may be available in a range of colors. You don't need to finish any staining. It may cost more to install than unfinished hardwood flooring, but it is significantly cheaper.

It is possible to save significant money on prefinished hardwood floorings if the dealer you choose for Hardwood Floor Installation San Diego is right. Prefinished hardwood floors will not be affected by toxic fumes and dust. This means that you can save money on cleaning up stubborn corners.


San Diego Flooring

5447 Imperial Avenue San Diego CA 92114

(619) 658 2810