No matter the style of hardwood you want, Stine Home carries a wide variety of options. Choose from wide plank, natural, hand-scraped, or rustic styles. Each has its own characteristics and benefits and comes in a large selection of colors and species, so you can find the one perfect for you and your overall look.
Hardwood is gorgeous and can last a lifetime with the right care, making it a quality investment for your home. Plus, natural wood flooring never goes out of style, and there are products available to match any aesthetic. Choose hardwood for your kitchen, bedroom, living room, dining room, family room, and foyer or hallway for a timeless flooring you’ll love throughout your home.
Your hardwood floors should not only match your personal style, but also be able to meet your lifestyle and performance needs. Shop by feature to find the right hardwood that is water- resistant, easier to install, solid hardwood, or engineered hardwood. Hardwood is available in a variety of performance needs so you can find what works for you and your home.
Nothing contributes more to the overall feel and mood of a room than the shade of your flooring. So, choosing the right one is crucial to your design. At Stine Home, we carry a large selection of light, medium, and dark hardwood flooring so you can find the one perfect for your home. Browse our most popular shades to get started.
At Stine Home + Yard we carry the most beautiful hardwood that will add the exact look and feel you want in your home. Choose from our wide selection of hardwood, available in a variety of colors, textures, species, performance levels, and styles so you will find the perfect hardwood flooring for you. Hardwood flooring is timeless and available in a wide range of designs from modern to traditional, sophisticated to rustic, elegant to casual, or anything in between. With the right care, hardwood flooring will last you a lifetime. You will love your new hardwood floors from Stine Home.
Hardwood flooring is available in two options: engineered and solid. Each has its own benefits, and each will add beauty and warmth to your space. What you choose will depend on your personal preference and your performance needs.
Engineered wood floors are generally made with thin sheets of wood that are laminated together to form one plank. You can choose different installation methods, including nailed down, stapled down, glued down, or floated over a wide variety of subfloors. Engineered floors are more resistant to moisture, as well.
Solid wood floors are a solid piece of wood with tongue and groove sides. Solid wood is available in both finished and unfinished options, and it can be refinished and recoated many times for long-lasting durability. However, solid wood flooring is sensitive to moisture so it should not be installed in rooms prone to moisture or below grade.
For beautiful, long-lasting hardwood flooring, it’s best to leave the installation to professionals. Since hardwood floors can last a lifetime if installed correctly and well cared for, it is best to trust a team of experts to make sure they are perfect from day one.
However, it is possible to install your own hardwood flooring if you enjoy your own home improvement projects and have experience. The installation method you choose will depend on if you went with engineered or solid hardwood and your subfloors. For solid hardwood, it is best to nail down the plans to ensure its permanence. Engineered hardwood is often installed as floating because the click-lock method blocks out moisture. You can also glue down engineered hardwood flooring.