Commercial Wood Flooring


Wood flooring offers a timeless and elegant option for commercial spaces, with two main types to consider: solid hardwood and engineered hardwood. Solid hardwood flooring is crafted from a single piece of solid wood, providing exceptional durability and natural beauty. It can be sanded and refinished multiple times, allowing for long-term use and versatility.

On the other hand, engineered hardwood flooring consists of a real wood veneer layer on top of multiple layers of plywood or high-density fiberboard (HDF). This construction enhances stability and reduces the impact of moisture or temperature fluctuations, making it suitable for various commercial settings.

Both solid hardwood and engineered hardwood flooring create a warm and inviting atmosphere, with a wide range of wood species, finishes, and styles to choose from, allowing for customized design options that align with the unique character of any commercial space.

Acclimating Wood

Proper acclimation of wood flooring is essential before installation. During the recommended 48-hour period within the installation room, the flooring adjusts to the temperature and humidity conditions, minimizing the risk of warping, excessive movement, creaks, gaps, or damage.

Wood is a natural material that responds to moisture and temperature changes, so allowing it to acclimate ensures a stable and secure installation. Following manufacturer guidelines and industry best practices for acclimation is crucial to maintain the flooring's structural integrity and longevity. Properly acclimating the wood flooring minimizes potential problems, resulting in a beautiful and durable installation.


Solid hardwood flooring is made from a single piece of solid wood and can be sanded and refinished multiple times. Engineered hardwood flooring consists of a real wood veneer layer on top of multiple layers of plywood or HDF, providing enhanced stability and resistance to moisture.

Acclimation is essential to allow wood flooring to adjust to the temperature and humidity of the installation environment. It helps minimize issues like warping, excessive movement, and gaps. Follow manufacturer recommendations for acclimation periods and methods specific to the wood species and geographical location.

Remember to consult with experienced professionals and follow manufacturer guidelines for the best results when selecting, installing, and maintaining wood flooring in commercial spaces.

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