You’ve always dreamed of the look and feel of hardwood floors, and we’re here to make that dream become reality. Hardwood flooring can be dressed up or dressed down to suit your style or personality. From maple to mahogany, you will find the finest custom cut, imported and domestic woods at C.F.C. Flor-All.
Over 18 species of Field Woods to do Whole Floors
60 species of Rarer Woods for Accents such as Medallions and Borders
Brass, Stainless Steel, and Bronze as Inlays and Feature Strips
Laser-cut Medallions, Borders and Inlays
All using the Best Available Finishes
THE BEST & MOST EXPERIENCED LABOR IN THE INDUSTRY!
DOMESTIC WOOD SPECIES:
– Alder – Amberwood – Ash – Balau – Basswood – Beech – Birch – Butternut – Cedar – Cherry – Chestnut – Cypress – Daru – Douglas Fir – Elm – Hickory/Pecan – Juniper – Lindenwood – Locust – Madrone – Mahogany – Maple – Bird’s-Eye Maple – Silver Maple – Mesquite – Oak – Pine – Poplar – Sassafras – Spruce – Tupelo – Walnut – Willow
IMPORTED WOOD SPECIES:
– Acacia – Afrormosia – Afzelia – Albizia- -Almondwood – Andiroba – Angelim Pedra – Angelique – Aniegre – Applewood – Arakaria – Ash – Australian Wood – Bamboo – Bangkirai – Beech – Australian Beech – Birch – Tasmanian Blackwood – Bloodwood – Brushbox – Cameron – African Maple – Cherry – Aztec Cherry – Bolivian Cherry – Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) – Caribbean Cherry – Peruvian Cherry – Chestnut – Cocobolo – Coique – Cumaru – Australian Cypress – Brazilian Cypress – Danta – Dibetou – Doussie – Ebony – Brazilian -Ebony – Elm – Red Elm – Flamewood – Tigerwood – Granadillo – Grapia – Guatambu – Hyatoh – Ibyraro – Ipe Classis – Itauba – Ivorywood – Jarrah – Keranji – Lacewood – Mahogany – Maple – Mesquite – Mindi – Oak – Padauk – Panga – Peroba – Pine – Purpleheart – Red Gum – Rose Gum – Rosewood – Sandal – Suriah – Tallowwood – Tatajuba – Teak – Walnut – Wenge – Yellowheart – Zebrawood – Ziricote
Custom Wood Medallions
Why Wood Floors?
Wood floors add value to your residence at resale time, not to mention it is a lifetime product. They increase in value as your home does. Hardwood floor products are one of the most sought after hard surface flooring in remodeling and new home construction.
Unlike most floor coverings, wood floors come from a natural resource that is sustainable. Long gone are the days when timber was cut down with little thought for the long-term consequences on the nation’s forests. Today most timber is cut from forests that are carefully managed to ensure continued resources in the future. In fact, according to U.S. Forest Service statistics, almost twice as much hardwood timber is added every year through new growth as is harvested. Additionally, there is more standing hardwood timber today than there was 50 years ago.
The Environmental Protection Agency has said that poor indoor air quality is one of our top health threats. Installed in the home or elsewhere, wood floors help contribute to a healthy living environment. Hard surface flooring such as hardwood floors do not rap or harbor dust mites or molds. That creates better air quality for all inhabitants, but especially for the estimated 50 million Americans who suffer from allergies. The hard surface of wood floors also helps avoid artificial substances such as pesticides that can accumulate on some floor coverings. A recent EPA study found that pesticides used in gardens and homes accumulate on floors and other surfaces in the home, but that wood floors greatly reduce the accumulation of such toxins. Another concern for the home environment is the off-gassing of toxins that results from some synthetic materials. Any of these chemicals can make people in the home chronically ill.
Selection and Variety:
With today’s technologically advanced manufacturing, stains and finishes, hardwood floors come in many sizes, styles, colors, finishes and species. These many choices can complement any home or office with style and a beautiful product that last a lifetime.
FAQ’s When Purchasing Wood Floor Products
Hardwood floors are very competitively price and represent an excellent value when compared to other flooring options. Hardwood floors never have to be replaced and will enhance or even increase the value of your home should you decide to sell. When compared to other flooring products, hardwood floors provide long-lasting value, as Real Wood Floors are “Beauty that last a lifetime”.
Yes! According to the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) & Residential real estate agents, say homes with wood floors hold their value better, sell faster, and fetch higher prices, according to a recent nationwide survey commissioned by the trade organization. By a three-to-one margin, real estate agents said that a house with wood floors would sell faster than a carpeted house. Some 58 percent said a house with wood floors would bring a higher price.
There are several species, colors and grain variations to consider. Other than the walls, the floor represents the largest expanse of color or pattern in a room. Your floor should complement the fabrics, furnishings and accessories already present in the space, as well as enhancing the unique personality of the room as a whole.
The most popular color: red oak natural, with maple natural running second, but with today’s eclectic decoration styles, anything goes.
Darker colors – formal or traditional interiors.
Lighter colors – country, casual and contemporary settings.
There are many choices when selecting the right floor for the rooms in your home. There are several species, colors and grain variations to consider.
Any room except a full bath. With the variety of products available and a choice of installation options, hardwood flooring can now be installed in any room of the home. The only consideration is whether the floor will be installed on-, above- or below-grade. For example, because of potential moisture problems, solid hardwood is not recommended for installations below grade, such as in a basement. Engineered products, which are inherently dimensionally stable, are better choices for this type of area. All types of wood can be installed on- or above-grade.
Yes. In a recent survey commissioned by the NWFA, more than three-quarters of interior designers find that wood flooring works well with many decorating styles. “It’s the most versatile floor covering there is,” says one designer. “Wood goes with contemporary and traditional and everything in between.” Designers rated natural materials as superior to man-made materials in beauty, prestige, style, maintenance, and durability. A variety of woods and finishes are available to complement the decor and style of any room. Oak and maple are the most popular woods, but some homeowners are investing in exotics such as Brazilian cherry and Purple heart.
The urethane finishes on most new wood floors stand up to water and traffic, bringing wood flooring into bathrooms, kitchens, and other higher-stress areas. These finishes resist wear and stains better than other finishes and require no stripping, no buffing and no waxing. High traffic areas include exterior doorways, hallways, mud rooms, and the areas in front of the sink, stove and refrigerator. To protect the floor just inside exterior doorways, use walk-off mats or small rugs to catch tracked-in dirt and grime. Place small rugs or mats at other high traffic locations. Watch for grit or pebbles that might be brought in on waffle soles of athletic shoes and collect these with a hand-held cordless vac. This should be done a regular basis.