Thinking about installing wood floors in your home or commercial space? Classic Floor Designs offers reliable hardwood floor installation in the Maryland, Washington, DC, and Virginia.
Classic Floor Designs has the areas most extensive designer flooring selection and our wood floor specialists are highly trained and experienced so you can always count on us to get the job done right. Make your home come alive with elegant new flooring, call today to schedule your free appointment for hardwood floor installation in Silver Spring, Potomac, Alexandria, or another part of the DC metropolitan area!
Types of Wood Flooring
At Classic Floor Designs Service, we have the areas largest selection of hardwood flooring and our experts will help you select the perfect flooring for your space. Popular options include:
Consider the style of your home and how much foot traffic your rooms typically see when making your decision. For example, if you want hardwoods in your entryway, you may want to steer clear of Cherry wood. Cherry wood is a soft wood and should be used as an accent; it won’t last well in a high-traffic area like an entry way. If you need help making a decision, don’t hesitate to ask our hardwood floor installation specialists during your consultation—after all, we’re here to serve you!
Looking for something more exotic? Brazilian Chestnut, Ebony, Ivory Maple, and Gingerwood are a few examples of exotic woods that can beautifully accent a home with long-lasting color.
Pre-finished & Unfinished Wood Flooring
When it comes to hardwood floor installation in Maryland, Washington, DC, and Virginia, Classic Floor Designs offers both pre-finished or unfinished wood.
Pre-finished wood flooring does not require any sanding or staining and can be refinished many times. Installing pre-finished wood flooring generally tends to cost less, leaves a minimal amount of odor, and provides higher durability even in high-traffic areas.
Unfinished wood flooring can be a better option if you plan to install floors throughout the whole house. Unfinished wood flooring provide a more consistent, even color and finish, and is easier to match staining, if you are looking for a new floor that matches existing flooring or trim. Unfinished wood floors, more commonly installed than pre-finished, needs to be sanded, stained, and sealed after installation.