Installation of Hardwood, Engineered Wood & Cork Floors

The popularity of hardwood floors is on the rise again, with a vengeance! Part of this surge is due in part to new technologies. Once upon a time, hardwood floors meant solid planks of wood and a relatively high price. (The higher price actually spurred the creation – and subsequent popularity – of laminate floors.) However, modern technology has paved the way for engineered hardwoods that are both durable and more affordable.

Stevan Buren Roofing, Windows, and Flooring carries a large selection of both traditional and engineered hardwood floors, some under $5 per square foot, and we offer expert wood floor installation services. No matter which material you choose, you can trust that with us, your new wood floors will be beautiful for years to come!

Types of Wood Flooring We Offer

We carry natural and engineered wood flooring from leading manufacturers such as Shaw, Mohawk, LW Flooring, US Floors, Texas Traditions and Mullican. The most common types include:

Types of Carpet We Install

  • Traditional hardwood floors are solid planks of wood either nailed or glued to a subfloor. These floors will last for decades, even centuries, with proper care. They offer a timeless look and provide higher re-sale value for your home. If they get scratched and worn, a simple sand and refinish gives them brand new life.
  • Engineered hardwood flooring offers the same qualities as traditional hardwood – nail or glue installation, longevity, ability to refinish, timeless beauty – but offers greater strength and resistance to expansion/contraction, often for a more wallet-friendly price.
  • Hybrid wood floors are a mix of laminate and hardwood. They’re relatively hard to find these days for a modern wood floor installation, simply because engineered hardwoods have essentially taken over the niche hybrids once held. Hybrid wood floors have a thin layer of real wood on top of a high-density fiber core. They install just like laminate and can be gently refinished if needed. They have the benefit of being real wood on top, so there’s no repeating patterns, but they are still fiber in the middle and prone to the same wear damage as laminate.
  • Cork flooring is another popular option for a wood floor installation. Cork is naturally resistant to microbes, mold, mildew and termites. We carry Natural Cork from USFloors. With proper maintenance, it can last many decades. It’s easy to clean and even fire-resistant. And unlike other natural woods, it’s springy, so it’s very comfortable underfoot.

Request a Free On-Site Assessment & Estimate Today!

Ready to get started on your new wood floor installation? To schedule your free on-site estimate, call us today at (817) 558-6997 or submit the convenient contact form and a member of our team will get back to you within the next business day or sooner.