A Surface to Share
A Surface to Share
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Light hardwoods in shades of white and gray bring an open, airy feel to any space.
Wide planks inspired by 19th-century homes enhance the natural beauty of any wood type.
In flooring, furniture, and accessories, golden honey tones are causing a buzz.
See how to shop for a hardwood type.
Hardwood Performance Factors
Where will your new flooring go? Solid hardwood should only be installed on grade and above, while engineered hardwood works on any level.
Wood species vary in hardness and light sensitivity, so keep foot traffic, furniture, and light exposure in mind when choosing a species.
Going for a natural look, or want something more uniform? A higher hardwood class will have fewer natural variations, knots, and mineral marks.
Care & Maintenance
Keep your hardwood in top condition.
Care & Maintenance Tips
Vacuum or sweep with a soft-bristle broom to prevent buildup that can scratch wood surfaces.
Use protective window coverings and move rugs and furniture periodically to help flooring age evenly.
Attach felt pads under furniture legs and remove rough or spike-heeled shoes before walking across the floor.
More About Hardwood
Hardwood flooring is the traditional hallmark for taste, style, and performance. Prized for its natural beauty and lasting durability, hardwood in the home makes a rich visual statement but keeps cleanup a breeze. That's why hardwood floors are the perfect combination of strength and style for homes with both children and pets. Today's wide variety of colors, textures, species, and styles make it easy to find the perfect choice for your home.
Made from real hardwood, the cross-ply construction of Mohawk’s engineered wood flooring resists expansion and contraction from humidity changes. Engineered hardwood floors can be installed below, on or above grade.
Each plank is a solid piece of wood from the finest domestic and exotic hardwoods. Hardwood floors are best installed on or above grade.