The Best Places to Buy a Hardwood Floor


Do a little research, know your specific flooring needs and choose a hardwood flooring source that will deliver a reliable, quality product. The type of hardwood you desire for your flooring may help you choose the source. Unfinished, rustic and finished hardwood flooring options are available. Some flooring retailers offer specialty products, while others offer more common or generic selections.

Vintage Hardwoods

  • The use of vintage reclaimed wood flooring products is a trend that is both environmentally friendly and preferred for those that want the look of an experienced floor. All of the wood products from Temecula, California, based Vintage Timberworks are listed as 100 percent recycled content. The products are Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) approved and applicable for a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credit. Vintage Timberworks carries chestnut, barn wood and Douglas fir flooring products in a variety of widths and lengths.

    Vintage Timberworks

    47100 Rainbow Canyon Rd.

    Temecula, CA 92592


Hardwood Retailers

  • Large hardwood floor dealers are located throughout the United States. Chain retailers such as Lumber Liquidators offer you a wide choice of commercially available hardwood flooring products and if you need it, options for professional installation. Remodeling expert Bob Vila is a fan of the Bellawood prefinished hardwood products from Lumber Liquidators. Prices and products available may differ based on store location. Consult the company website or customer service department for locations in your area.

    Lumber Liquidators, Inc.

    Customer Care Department

    3000 John Deere Rd.

    Toano, VA 23168


Local Lumber Retailers

  • In keeping with a trend toward shopping local, consult local lumber retailers to see if they have hardwood products that will suit the needs for your new floor. You'll most likely pay less for delivery and may be able to gain insight from the staff if you need help along the way. If you don't know of a flooring or lumber retailer in your area, contact local home builder's associations, hardware stores or the better business bureau for recommendations.

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