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I have worked with this team specifically on multiple projects in the past and they have always been good to work with. They are fair, understanding and install quality work.

Balfour Beatty Construction

The team was helpful and never hesitated to work to solve any problems that we came across. The installation of materials went very well and they did a good job of meeting the schedule.

Austin Commercial

AMAZE BALLS!
(When asked how the flooring looked after installation)

AT&T Performing Arts Center

Despite the complexity of the project (60,000-yard furniture lift job in 7 weeks), you made my life easy. Thank You!

Verizon

Classic and modern.

You have more choices than ever when it comes to modern flooring material—but you’d be making a mistake to discount wood out of hand.

Wood flooring traditionally falls into three categories: solid hardwood, engineered hardwood, and locking hardwood floors.

Solid hardwood comes in planks created from a single piece of wood and can last for years.

Engineered floors are highly stable because they are made by fusing together layers of hardwood. They are able to withstand higher levels of moisture and humidity than solid hardwood floors.

Locking hardwood floors are engineered floors that lock with a tongue-and-groove system. This locking system minimizes installation costs because it eliminates nails, staples, glue—meaning that locking hardwood is more easily installed.

When is wood a good choice?

The subfloor and the location of the floor in your facility will determine whether wood flooring is a good choice for you.

For example, solid hardwood floors must be installed on a wooden subfloor, whereas engineered floors are specifically designed to be installed on concrete.

Corporate Floors will work hard to understand your vision and project design before installation—and we’d be happy to offer insight and information about the best flooring options for you.