Hardwood flooring is always popular

Wood flooring could be the perfect selection if you're searching for appealing, strong floors. Not only does hardwood add timeless elegance, but it has one of the best lifespans in flooring.

We invite you to visit our store to learn more about upgrading to hardwood flooring. We look forward to working with you!

About Hardwood floors
Hardwood flooring is one of the most environmentally green products and Go Green Flooring offers a wide selection of species, styles, and colors to meet your commercial or residential needs. Our solid or engineered hardwood floors are sustainably harvested and made with non-toxic adhesives and finishes.

Look at what hardwood flooring offers

By choosing wood floors, you'll get to enjoy various advantages. These include but are not limited to the following:

  • Growing your property's value
  • Stunning visuals
  • Outstanding lifespan

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Improve your property's worth

Hardwood flooring can add serious value to your home, particularly if you place it in numerous rooms. Whether installing wood floors to create equity or to sell your home with an excellent return in the future, you'll be happy with the appealing outcome of this material. Keep reading to learn more about the incredible benefits of installing wood flooring in your house.

Though you'll find a growing array of styles, most hardwood flooring falls into one of these types below. The type of flooring you choose will depend on your taste, needs and budget.

Solid Wood (A.K.A. T&G or Tongue and Groove)
Advantages include its natural warmth and the ability to be sanded and refinished several times, along with some floors' impressive wear resistance. Pre-finished floors should hold up better than those finished on-site, and their warranty comes from the factory, not the installer. Also, Pre-finished wood floors have no VOCs because the finish is applied in the factory. While unfinished flooring costs about 40 percent less, higher installation costs can offset those savings, since the floor must be sanded and finished over several days to seal it from moisture. If unfinished wood is used Go Green Flooring offers a variety of low VOC water-based finishes. Wood flooring shouldn't go in basements or in damp spaces like bathrooms.

Unfinished and prefinished solid hardwood flooring are typically 3/4 of an inch thick and come in numerous of width from 2 1/4 to 6 inches. Actual wearing layer of solid wood floor is normally 5/16" or approximately 8 millimeters which makes the hardwood suitable for a few times refinishing.

Engineered Wood
Unlike a solid wood floor, an engineered (multi-ply) floor consists of at least two types of different wood products adhered together. This means that the top layer (what you see when installed) can be a highly desired species of wood, like cherry, while the bottom substrate layer (what you don't see when installed) can be those fast-growing highly renewable tree species. Manufacturing floors in this way allows more sustainably harvested trees and produces higher quality floors with the same robust and luxurious feel of solid wood flooring within the thickness of the top layer. When installed properly, an engineered floor is virtually indistinguishable from a solid floor – the very same look and feel with the added stability in a far more environmentally-conscious way.

Floating engineered hardwood usually comes in wider sizes – typically 4" or wider and long pieces are very popular. Many engineered floating floors have the same length which results in an uniform pattern during the installation.

Reclaimed Wood
Reclaimed Wood covers all previously manufactured wood products that are now either being reused as is or are remanufactured into new products. Examples of remanufactured items include timbers from the deconstruction of old buildings, fences or crates/dunnage that is then re-milled into new products like flooring. Examples of reuse include the reuse of doors, windows, flooring and other wood products like posts that reused "as is" without remanufacturing into another product. Reclaimed products come in a lot of different species, colors, and sizes. These products are usually in limited quantities and change regularly so be sure to check with us to see what's available.

Hardwood floors are beautiful

Every homeowner wants a stylish floor. Fortunately, you'll find plenty of stunning options while you're shopping for wood floors. It starts with a species selection and the natural grain designs and colorations that come from it. Afterward, you can go on to add a gorgeous stain hue, sealant, design, and finish. Finally, think about installation techniques like herringbone or chevron for another tier of visual appeal.
Hardwood flooring in Boulder, CO from Go Green Flooring

Long-lasting floors

Hardwood flooring is known for its impressive lifespan. Engineered hardwood can exceed 30 years, while solid wood can last more than 100. The impressive lifespan of these floors is another reason why they're a popular choice among environmentally friendly homeowners.

Furthermore, the best options start with the fitting species, as a few are much stronger than others. A fantastic option for high-traffic areas that get usual wear is oak, which is hard, sturdy, and takes a stain well.

Visit us for your wood floors

Go Green Flooring offers the materials and services to help you have the hardwood flooring
experience you need. We also have experienced professionals who can guide you in the direction of all the materials that best meet your needs. Just notify us what you're searching for, and we can help ease time-wasting options that won't suit your demands.

We're proud to offer a wide selection of eco-friendly wood flooring. Check out prefinished wood floors, which have no VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) because the finish is applied at the factory. While you're here, also ask about engineered wood and reclaimed wood options.

From our store in Boulder, CO, we serve residents and businesses in and around Boulder, CO, Broomfield, CO, Denver, CO, Gilpin, CO, Grand, CO, and Larmer, CO. So, stop by when you're prepared to start your flooring remodel. We'll ensure you have access to crucial options every step of the way.

When you're prepared to find the solid or engineered wood flooring that fits you perfectly, feel free to stop by and talk with our professionals today.