Hardwood

HARDWOOD FLOORING IN EDMONTON

SOLID

Solid hardwood flooring is the coveted choice in Edmonton. A timeless option that coordinates with many styles, solid hardwood floors provide performance and durability that lasts a lifetime, with the flexibility to always remain in style and on trend.

ENGINEERED

Engineered wood flooring is constructed from multiple plies of wood with a hardwood top layer. Below the top layer, cross layers of plywood are pressed to create a strong, stable core that is further reinforced by a layer of hardwood backing on the bottom. This multi-ply structure traditionally gives engineered wood the flexibility to be installed in basements, over concrete subfloors and radiant heating systems.

SPECIES

Available in a wide selection of wood species to match any design style. The differences in wood species are as fascinating as they are beautiful, from the pronounced grain of oak to the fine, straight grain of maple, and from the dark elegance of walnut to the bright, warm tones of ash.

IS HARDWOOD FOR YOUR EDMONTON’S HOME?

SUITABILITY

Edmonton’s Solid hardwood flooring is great in any room on the ground floor or above with the exceptions of the washroom, laundry room, and basement. Engineered hardwood can be used in basements.

STYLE

Whether your tastes run to hand-sculpted, traditional or exotic, you’ll find a look to love in BORA’s hardwood flooring in Edmonton. Explore the many styles available – from a smooth surface that enhances a sleek, sophisticated, more contemporary décor to a hand-scraped surface that creates a more casual look.

MAINTENANCE

Hardwood floors are easy to maintain, simply sweep and clean using chemical free hardwood cleaners and a microfiber mop.

INSTALLATION

The Hardwood flooring installation options available to you will vary depending on the characteristics of the hardwood you choose, and the location. Products with locking mechanism technology are the fastest and easiest to install without glue; staples or nails and are perfect for DIY hardwood flooring in Edmonton. Engineered hardwood can typically be stapled, glued, or floated; options will vary depending on the product chosen. Solid hardwood flooring is nailed /stapled to a wood sub-floor, creating solid, durable, and insulated flooring in your home.