At Dan’s Wholesale Carpet & Flooring, we offer a huge inventory of hardwood flooring in numerous shades and colors. Among this inventory are classic and contemporary styles in a wide array of wood types.

The hardwood flooring we stock features a finish of aluminum oxide to promote the durability of your flooring for years to come. This finish will allow your flooring to keep its spectacular appearance for a longer timeframe than unfinished hardwood flooring, allowing you to save money on the upkeep of your flooring.

Our professional staff has years of experience with all types of flooring, including hardwood and are therefore very qualified to assist you in choosing the right flooring option for your needs. They can also help you plan the best layout of the space at hand in order to best compliment your new flooring. We’re with you every step of the way to make the entire shopping experience stress-free!

Hardwood Flooring Styles

Strip Flooring

Strip flooring consists of boards that are less than three inches wide, creating a distinct linear effect throughout the space.

Plank Flooring

Plank flooring is similar to strip flooring but the boards are greater than three inches wide. It creates a similar linear effect as strip flooring.

Parquet Flooring

Parquet flooring has squares of wood stripes running in varying directions to create a non-linear look.

Solid Wood Flooring

Solid wood flooring is cut from a single piece of wood and is often thicker than other wood flooring types. Solid wood flooring has great durability and can be sanded several times to give it a refreshed look and feel.

Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered wood flooring is made by taking a thin strip of hardwood flooring product and layering it on top of plywood. Engineered wood is not as durable as solid wood but handles moisture more effectively.

Factory-Finished Wood Flooring

Factory-finished wood flooring is a variation of solid wood flooring in which a finishing treatment is applied to the wood upon its manufacturing. The added finishing increases the durability of the flooring while also improving its moisture-resisting ability.

Hand-Scraped Wood Flooring

Hand-scraped wood flooring can originate from either solid or engineered wood. The hand-scraping process involves running a knife across the floor to give it a distinct and unique distressed finish.This flooring type has become popular among modern home design.

Why Choose Hardwood Flooring?

Hardwood flooring gives your home a natural look, which provides beauty that is difficult to match. In addition to its natural beauty, hardwood is a versatile flooring option that can be utilized effectively in many rooms throughout your house. Although wood flooring makes the space feel more elegant, it can also fit well in a casual area as well.

At Dan’s Wholesale Carpet & Flooring, we offer the highest quality and most durable hardwood flooring options. We hope that the investment you make continues to beautify your home for years to come. Our professional staff can assist you in selecting the hardwood flooring option that is the best fit for your home. We offer many of the top brands of hardwood flooring, so you’re sure to find what best suits you.

Choices to Match Your Home and Budget

Dan’s Wholesale Carpet & Flooring offers a wide array of hardwood flooring options to suit any style you may want. We have a variety of hardwood flooring with various grains, colors, and finishes. With so many choices, you’re sure to find something you love at a price you’ll love. Stop by one of our locations today to pick out an option that fits your needs as well as your budget.

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