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Hardwood Flooring: Planks - Solid and Engineered

If you're looking for quality tongue and groove and interlocking hardwood flooring options, you've come to the right place. Here you'll find solid hardwood planks, engineered hardwood planks and wood-based lock together portable dance floor tiles.

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Tongue and Groove Hardwood Flooring Options.

If you're looking for quality tongue and groove and interlocking hardwood flooring options, you've come to the right place. Here you'll find solid hardwood planks, engineered hardwood planks and wood-based lock together portable dance floor tiles.


Hardwood flooring can be made from numerous kinds of trees, including:
  • oak
  • ash
  • cherry
  • maple
  • poplar
  • hickory
  • beech
  • birch
  • hackberry
  • gum
  • elm
  • sycamore
  • alder
  • cottonwood
  • basswood
  • aspen
  • mahogany
  • rosewood
  • teak
  • and wenge.

Even within certain kinds of hardwoods, you can find them in multiple color options, depending on how they are stained. Some can be distressed or weathered giving you a rustic look or grey color. They can range from dark to light and anywhere in between.

All of these options are prefinished, but most solid hardwood floors will need periodic refinishing.

Engineered hardwood floors feature a veneer layer of real hardwood. And some flooring consists of hardwood, but is protected by a vinyl surface layer.

Hardwood floors can often be cleaned with gentle vacuuming and for tougher jobs, a specialized cleaner may be needed. Sometimes a damp mop can be used, but take care not to get these floor wet.

It's generally a good idea to hire a professional installer for hardwood floors to make sure quality work is done, but with a tongue and groove design, it does leave the door open for DIY installations.

This type of flooring is popular for kitchens, dens, home offices and living rooms, but are generally not advanced in damp areas, such as bathrooms, basements or garages.