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Give Your Home a Face-Lift with Hardwood Flooring!

BY woodFloorsOfDallas  May 15, 2020

There are a few updates you can do to your home that will result in a positive return on investment when it comes time to sell, and one of those updates is installing hardwood flooring. A stunning new hardwood floor is quickly becoming a requirement among real estate buyers, and with good reason. Hardwood flooring is very […]

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Which is better, Solid or Engineered hardwood?

BY woodFloorsOfDallas  May 8, 2020

Choosing hardwood flooring can be difficult, but we want to help you out! Both Solid and Engineered Hardwood Flooring are great options, but we are frequently asked which one is better. In this video, Hunter explains the differences between Solid and Engineered Hardwood Flooring to help you decide which one is right for your home! […]

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Pre-Finished Solid Hardwood Installation Process

BY woodFloorsOfDallas  March 24, 2020

When installing Pre-Finished Solid Hardwood floors, we take great pride in our process to ensure you get the highest quality floor possible. We have divided the job into a multiple stage process for you that outlines everything that will be done in your home throughout the job and a timeline as well to help clarify […]

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Solid Hardwood Installation Process

BY Lauren Hamilton  September 17, 2019

When installing Solid Hardwood floors, we take great pride in our process to ensure you get the highest quality floor possible. We have divided the job into a multiple stage process for you that outlines everything that will be done in your home throughout the job and a timeline as well to help clarify everything. […]

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Plank Flooring at Wood Floors of Dallas

BY Hunter Ross  December 5, 2018

Plank Flooring at Wood Floors of Dallas Wood Floors of Dallas recently opened its Lewisville, TX showroom. For those that have not visited yet, here is a glance of some of the plank flooring collections and brands that we carry, including SPC Vinyl plank flooring. We have previously featured parquet and other patterns; here you […]

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Wood Floors of Dallas is all about couture wood floors and surfaces

BY Hunter Ross  November 28, 2018

Couture Wood Floors and Surfaces Wood Floors of Dallas is all about couture wood floors and surfaces. Because of this, we offer the Jamie Beckwith Collection® which wood flooring transforms into a media expressing a balance between creativity and design, art and functionality. Just as most of our readers who comprise of Interior Designers and Architects; custom […]

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Luxury living with custom herringbone and chevron wood flooring

BY Hunter Ross  November 7, 2018

Wood Floors of Dallas elevate your luxury living with custom herringbone and chevron wood flooring. Few things scream more of the luxury living than parquet style wood flooring. The designs elevate the living area from the ground up. The simpler forms of parquet style flooring include the chevron and herringbone pattern. Both the Chevron and Herringbone […]

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Pre-finished Wood Flooring vs. Job-Site Finished Wood Flooring

BY Hunter Ross  October 31, 2018

Pre-finished Wood Flooring vs. Job-Site Finished Wood Flooring If you are researching what option is best for your wood flooring project, you will likely be limited to two options; Pre-finished Wood Flooring vs. Job-Site Finished Wood Flooring. After reading about pre-finished flooring, you will have learned that you are limited to your choice, what you […]

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Choosing the Right Flooring Professional

BY Hunter Ross  September 14, 2017

Last weekend, I dragged my reluctant family to our local greasy spoon so that I could have tomatoes and grits with my breakfast, the kind of breakfast I grew up with.  While we waited in line to pay – yes they still do that too – I was busy looking at the sea of business […]

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Reduce, Reuse, RECLAIM!

BY Hunter Ross  June 20, 2017

Late one night, I was browsing my local online buy/sell/trade site and found the most unusual post I’d seen yet, a basketball court.  The maintenance manager for a small school outside of Frisco, TX, had recently replaced the hardwood courts and was looking to unload a bounty of maple tongue and groove boards.  All that […]

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