Hardwood Flooring


Jobsite:  Most common in new construction.  ¾” x varying width solid unfinished wood typically in Oak, Hickory, Cherry or Walnut.  This material is installed, stained and finished on site and can be refinished.


Prefinished: Commonly used in Residential remodel or updating but can also be used in new construction.  Solid hardwoods ¾” x varying widths factory finished with either an eased or beveled edge.  Styles available are flat, hand scraped or wire brushed and can come in very dark stains.  Factory finishes tend to be more durable than a traditional job site finish and may or may not be refinished.


Engineered:  Same colors and finishes as Prefinished woods.  Difference with Engineered is thickness (3/8” – 5/8”). This allows for a glue down or staple installation making this a great option for those who have a concrete subfloor or want wood below grade. Very limited resanding!


Laminate:  A Click & Lock floating floor available in many styles of both wood and tile looks.  Made of a composite material with an image adhered to the face with a protective wear layer. This is a good inexpensive alternative to wood or tile.




New Construction

New construction flooring can be a crucial step both for the builder and the first owner. Numerous factors make the decision process a collaborative project with specific goals.


Commercial flooring projects need a smart eye for style and budget compliance. Multiple opinions come into play, often with conflicting goals. Surface Elements experience takes the hassle out of the process.


The design process in remodeling has always been a balancing act of functionality, textural contrasts, color strategies and more. Surface Elements is a strong resource for easier decisions.

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