Many homeowners aspire to own solid hardwood flooring for its authenticity, timelessness and durability. Our solid hardwood flooring is constructed with 100% hardwood and each plank is a single solid piece. At Armstrong Flooring, we source all of our solid hardwood in the USA to support American workers and their fine craftsmanship, and ensure the highest possible quality. Our primary source for wood is the Appalachian region. Appalachian hardwood is preferred for its consistent color, more refined grain, and better stability.
Armstrong Flooring’s solid parquet flooring is durable and reliable, making it a wonderful investment that will enhance the value of your home and provide beauty for a lifetime.
Solid Hardwood: You’ll find a huge selection of solid hardwood to bring to life your personal style and décor, from traditional hardwood to on-trend colors to hand-scraped wood. The widest solid flooring available is 5″, a moderate width that strikes a balance between the extra wide-plank trend and classic looks.Solid hardwood is known for its endurance. Because it is solid through and through, it can be sanded and refinished multiple times during a lifetime. And solid construction holds up well over time.
Solid hardwood durability mostly comes down to the wood species and wear-resistance of its protective finish. Harder woods such as Hickory and Oak are more dent resistant, and those with more resilient finishes — like our Lifetime Finish powered by aluminum oxide nanoparticles — will perform best against scratches. Look for products with our Lifetime Warranty.
Engineered Hardwood: With a few exceptions, engineered wood flooring is available in a wide range of styles, ranging from traditional to specialty designs with features like multi-tonal colors and handcrafted tool markings. Certain looks, such as extra-wide planks, may only be possible with engineered wood.
Engineered wood can be sanded and refinished several times throughout the life of the flooring parquet. If your durability concerns are around moisture, humidity or temperature, engineered is the way to go. Its layered construction provides stability against environmental changes. Premium engineered products come with Armstrong Flooring’s best warranty and a Lifetime Finish for superior scratch protection.