Are you planning to renovate and transform your living space into a stunning, comfortable sanctuary? Look no further than our exquisite range of hardwood flooring options, designed to create the perfect ambience and add a touch of timeless elegance to your home.

We offer an extensive collection of premium hardwood flooring, ranging from classic oak and maple to exotic teak and Brazilian cherry. Our expert craftsmen ensure that each plank is meticulously crafted to showcase the natural beauty of the wood, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere in every room.

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Caring for you Engineered Hardwood Floors

Caring for Engineered hardwood floors involves regular cleaning and proper maintenance to prevent damage and retain their beauty over time. Here's a summary of key care steps:

Sweep and Vacuum

Regularly sweep or vacuum your hardwood floors, at least once a week, using a soft-bristled broom or a vacuum designed specifically for hardwood floors. This will remove built-up dirt or debris and prevent surface scratches.


Use only products specifically formulated for wood floors. Diluted white vinegar (one-part vinegar with two parts warm water) is a recommended natural cleaner. Use a microfiber mop head to clean the floor and dry it off with a lint-free cloth to prevent damage to the floor's finish.


Use area rugs in high-traffic areas and felt pads under furniture legs to prevent scratches and wear. These pads need to be replaced if they show signs of significant wear.

Apply Polyurethane

Every few years, apply a coat of polyurethane to protect and preserve the wood’s finish from water damage or other types of wear. This will help maintain the wood’s color and shine over time, making your hardwood floor look as good as new for many years to come.

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Engineered Hardwood

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