Hardwood flooring is a popular choice for homes and businesses. It’s no wonder – hardwood is durable, easy-to-maintain, eco-friendly, and, most importantly, looks great. If you have decided to add new hardwood floors or replace the old wood in your home or office, Floor Boys is here to help.
We offer one of the largest selections of hardwood products in the Midlands, Lexington, and Columbia, South Carolina area. Additionally, we offer expert assistance as you choose your floor and any time before, during, or after the installation process.
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Anderson Hard Wood
Bruce Wood Floors
Palmetto Road Hardwood
TYPES OF WOOD FLOORS
All wood floors are not the same. Today’s options include a number of different species, both traditional and exotic, that span all color options, hardness, and price points. Whether you want something simple or you want to make an impact, we carry a species that will meet your needs. While oak and cherry floors are huge favorites, current demands for floors such as bamboo, eucalyptus, tigerwood, and pecan mean that there are more choices than ever before.
In addition, while most flooring companies only offer the option of prefinished wood, at Floor Boys, we give you the option of prefinished or unfinished hardwood floors, giving you more control over the kind of floor you get.
Choosing the right wood floor color or tint is very important. The color of your floor changes the entire feel of the room and influences the wall coverings, type of furniture, and other decor you choose. Hardwood is available in colors including:
At Floor Boys, we offer solid, engineered, and epic engineered hardwood in planks ranging from 2 1/4″ to 12″ wide to meet the needs of all our customers. Many people do not understand the difference. Solid hardwood is beautiful and simple. It is made of a single board of wood, and, for many needs, it is an excellent choice. Engineered and epic engineered hardwood are constructed of several thin layers of hardwood stacked across the grain – adding strength. If you are installing below grade, it is important to check out the engineered options.