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Hardwood Flooring Installation in Sugar Land, TX

Everyone appreciates the gorgeous appearance of hardwood flooring. Our store offers affordable hardwood floor options, complete with professional hardwood flooring installation. Our experienced staff has extensive knowledge about hardwood floors, and we excel at both engineered and solid hardwood floor installation.

Engineered & Solid Hardwood Floor Installation

Why search for a local contractor when our team our certified installers can save you time and money? Protect your investment with the experts who perform flooring installations on a daily basis. This job is best left to professionals. The processes of installing solid and engineered hardwood are different, so it is important to let an expert handle it for you. What is the difference between solid and engineered hardwood? Solid hardwood is made from one solid piece, which makes it a bit more likely to warp if it is exposed to moisture for a prolonged period. Engineered wood is made from several layers of wood that are sealed together.

By allowing us to perform your solid or engineered hardwood floor installation, you can feel confident knowing that your new floors will look flawless. We use proven installation methods to ensure the flooring fits seamlessly in any room or hallway. Our methods also prevent the floor from shifting or becoming detached from the subfloor, thereby ensuring the longevity of your new floors.

Preparations for Hardwood Floor Installation

It is best to be prepared for your hardwood floor installation before we arrive. The first thing you should do is clean the subfloor and make sure there are no nails, spilled paint, or old adhesives present. Next, you want your subfloor to be as level as possible. If certain areas are higher, you may be able to sand down the surface to make it even.

Finally, check the moisture level of the subfloor. If there is too much moisture in and around the subfloor, we recommend that you choose engineered hardwood over solid hardwood, as it is more resistant to warping. Once you complete these steps, your subfloor is ready for hardwood installation.


Contact us today for assistance with choosing the right type of hardwood flooring for your home. We proudly serve Sugar Land, Missouri City, Stafford, Ft. Bend, Sienna Plantation, First Colony, Bellaire, Rosenberg and Richmond, Texas.

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