What type of installation can we help you with?
Floating Unlike traditional solid hardwood strips, a floating floor isn’t nailed down. Instead, the planks are either glued or snapped together, sitting atop a 1/8-inch thick layer of foam layered on the subfloor, but not directly adhered to it.
Glue This installation method involves gluing your new flooring directly to the subfloor using a hardwood flooring adhesive.
Staple-down Staple-down installation is utilized for prefinished, engineered hardwood flooring using a narrow-crown stapler to fasten your flooring to wood subfloors.
Nail-down Nail-down installation is a method commonly used for solid hardwood floors and follows the same method as staple-down installation, but you use a nail rather than a staple.