Hardwood Floors




The newest addition to Mohawk Hardwood is an exotic beauty that represents environmental benefits as much as it does beautiful homes. Mohawk Strand Woven Bamboo combines baked natural color with tremendous durability to give your home maximum performance. A unique, and environmentally-friendly, manufacturing process creates bamboo planks that are twice the hardness of Domestic Oak hardwood planks. With enough durability for a variety of applications, our Halea and Kahala styles are designed to give a new look to timeless flooring.

Continuing the Mohawk’s green tradition with Hardwood surfaces, such as the use of reclaimed wood from dilapidated buildings, Bamboo brings sustainability to the equation. The plant itself regenerates naturally and quickly, every 5 to 7 years. Additionally, manufacturing uses 100% of the bamboo stalk, thus creating no byproduct waste. Learn more about this tremendous product- the future of flooring!

Hardwood flooring has never been more popular.  Armstrong’s hardwood floors are designed to match any décor – from sophisticated contemporary to distinctive, hand-scraped rustic. Hardwood flooring is suitable for most areas of your home, and all of our floors are backed by Armstrong’s industry-leading warranties. Trust Armstrong hardwood floors for a lifetime of enjoyment. Solid hardwood floors have a richness and beauty that is undeniable. That’s why they’re so popular. They are also known for their durability. It’s not unusual for a solid hardwood floor to last for 50 years or more with proper care. To keep your solid hardwood floor looking like new, make sure to sweep or dust mop once a week and use a no-wax hardwood floor cleaner for periodic touch-ups. You can install a solid hardwood floor in most areas of your home, except for the basement and full bathrooms. Since solid hardwood flooring is susceptible to shrinking and expanding from excessive moisture and extreme temperature changes, it is unsuitable for these spaces. If you want to install hardwood in those rooms, consider an engineered wood floor.