Large Variety of Flooring in 2 Charlotte NC Locations! The finest wooden sheet under your feet!
Wood’s natural beauty is warm and inviting, to both the eye and to the touch. Best of all, Direct Hardwood Flooring’s has a wide variety of wood species along with a spectrum of stains, gloss levels, special edge details, widths, and textures. This make it easy to choose a complement for any style, any decor.
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Solid Hardwood Solid wood flooring is 100% hardwood milled from lumber. As a natural material, hardwood reacts to changes in its setting, like moisture and extreme temperatures, which cause solid wood to shrink or expand. All solid hardwood can be sanded and refinished if needed over the years. Solid hardwood is not recommended for installation below ground level or in bathrooms. Hardwood Flooring: Engineered Hardwood Engineered Hardwood Engineered wood flooring is built up of layers of wood. It consists of three to ten layers, called plies, that are glued together. This multi-ply structure gives engineered wood superior stability, greater than solid wood, which reduces concerns associated with shrinking and expanding when temperature and humidity change. Engineered wood can be installed below ground level making it a great choice for finished basements.
Hardwood Flooring: Prefinished vs. Site-finished Prefinished vs. Site-Finished Hardwood All Armstrong hardwood flooring comes pre-finished for a no fuss, no muss installation. There’s no dust from sanding, no fumes from chemicals, no waiting for the finish to dry. These floors are warranted to last longer than site-finished floors–typically 5 to 35 years, for residential use versus 3 to 5 years. This is because factory applied urethane finishes are much tougher and longer lasting than site-applied finishes. If you like the look of site-finished flooring, but want the durability of prefinished flooring, choose a product with a square end and edge. Color The great variety in wood flooring choices comes from the species’ natural colors, stains and finishes, and even the wood’s tendency to lighten or darken subtly with age and sun exposure. Home lighting is a factor in how your finished floor will look, too. Ask your retailer for samples to view in your home, or order them yourself on our website. Hardwood Design: Species Species Variances by species are as fascinating as they are beautiful, from the pronounced grain of oak and the more understated, clean look of maple. Exotics like lapacho, tigerwood and Brazilian cherry are striking and distinctive. They vary in hardness, which translates into durability. Consider oak, maple, ash or Brazilian cherry for the greatest durability. Hardwood Design: Widths Widths Hardwood flooring can come in strips or planks. “Strips” are board widths of less than three inches. “Planks” are three inches or wider. Board width dramatically affects the installed look of a floor. Wide width hardwood planks are lovely in a…
Solid wood flooring is 100% hardwood milled from lumber. As a natural material, hardwood reacts to changes in its setting, like moisture and extreme temperatures. This makes solid wood to shrink or expand. All solid hardwood can be sanded and refinished if needed over the years. Solid hardwood is not recommended for installation below ground level or in bathrooms. If something that you are looking for is not in this gallery we may have it in our…
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Engineered wood flooring is built up of layers of wood. It consists of three to ten layers, called plies, that are glued together. This multi-ply structure gives engineered wood superior stability, greater than solid wood. This reduces concerns associated with shrinking and expanding when temperature and humidity change. Engineered wood can be installed below ground level making it a great choice for finished basements. Laminate, vinyl and veneer floors are often confused with engineered wood floors – laminate uses an image of wood on its surface, vinyl is plastic formed to look like wood, and veneer uses a thin layer of wood with a core that could be one of a number of different composite wood products (most commonly, high density fiberboard). Engineered wood is the most common type of wood flooring used globally. North America is the only continent that has a larger solid wood market than engineered, although engineered wood is quickly catching up in market share. If something that you are looking for is not in this gallery we may have it in our store….
Laminate flooring comes in either planks, or squares and is designed to replicate ‘natural’ flooring materials, such as wood, stone or ceramic tiles. Laminates are several different layers of materials that are sandwiched together to form each plank. A printed film gives the floor the look of a real wood, or tile and is protected by a tough, durable wearlayer. Our Laminate flooring features a wide variety of styles and colours with designs that are unique, original and creative. From the warm reds of cherry to the cool grays of varnished oak, you discover the entire colour palette by visiting our showrooms. Made from natural products our laminate collections include classic looks from species like: Maple, Oak, Cherry, Merbeau, Walnut, Teak, Hickory, Beech, and Birch. Looking for something a little different? We also offer a number of time-worn laminate surfaces with rustic character and even ceramic tile laminates which exude warmth and character of tile and stone to create a traditional or modern look. Laminates are the perfect choice for living and dining areas, playrooms, bedrooms, mudrooms, entrances… absolutely anywhere! Why? Well because of their high impact durability and their wear and stain resistant. Plus, laminates do not need to be waxed or polished. Advantages Installation is a breeze. Cleaning up spills couldn’t be easier. Offers exceptional value. Comes in a variety of styles, patterns and options. Water resistant. Benefits Is it wood or laminate? Only you will know. Offers endless design options. Hypoallergenic. Stain, fade, and moisture resistant. Laminate flooring is environmentally-friendly. If something that you are looking for is not in this gallery we may have it in our…
We will also be selling all types of flooring supplies to begin and finish any type of flooring project. This include Abrasives, polyurethane, glue.
- SOLID 3/4″ PREFINISHED HARDWOOD – FROM $2.29 SF
- SOLID 3/4″ UNFINISHED HARDWOOD – FROM $0.89 SF
- ENGINEERED HARDWOOD – FROM $2.49 SF
- 12 MM AC4 COMMERCIAL LAMINATE – FROM $1.69
- 6 MM LAMINATE – FROM $0.79 SF
- 3 IN 1 QUIET RUBBER PADDING $0.29 SF
- 2 IN 1 LAMINATE UNDERLAYMENT $0.15 SF
Who We Are
Located in Charlotte, NC, Direct Hardwood Flooring , offers clients an uncompromising blend of top-quality service combined with industry-leading resources and material acquisition capabilities.
Our commitment to service begins the moment a prospective client walks through the door or call our numbers.
Each and every client is immediately partnered with a Sales & Design Specialist from our industry-leading team. This individual serves as the point person for every facet of the project, from estimating and design all the way through the final walk-through and billing process.
With a dedicated Specialist assigned to oversee the entire scope of the flooring job, you can rest assured that navigating multifaceted interior design and construction demands will be made simpler and that quality will be delivered.
Every client can be fully confident that our company understands your needs and will work hard to see that the job is completed thoroughly and to your specifications.
Direct Hardwood Flooring Stores Charlotte NC
With Direct Hardwood Flooring Charlotte NC, you can recreate the look of a natural surface such as a solid hardwood floor, and you can do it for less. Our innovative and robust laminate floors will deliver the look you want. This attractive flooring transforms your spaces into stylish statements that will attract compliments for years to come. And our laminate and carolina wood flooring will stand up to the kinds of stresses that you need them to stand up to: moving feet, everyday dust and grit, and even your pets. All of our floorboards are tested to make sure that they do.