Flooring.org delivers brand name hardwood flooring throughout the US at incredibly low prices, with low shipping rates. All of our flooring is brand new, first quality hardwood in original manufacturer's packaging (in other words, it's the same thing you would buy at your local flooring store).
Choose from the Best Brands in the Hardwood Business
We work with the best manufacturer's in the hardwood flooring industry to bring you the highest quality hardwood floors at the lowest prices possible. These major manufacturers include Bruce, Home Legend, Anderson, Virginia Vintage, IndusParquet, Triangulo and over a dozen more!
You can buy with confidence knowing that when you order from Flooring.org you will receive First Quality wood floors that come with the full manufacturer's warranty, meaning you really CAN have the best price AND the best hardwood floors!
Why Should I Buy my New Hardwood Floors at Flooring.org?
Our commitment to our customers is to have a huge selection at unbeatable prices without sacrificing quality. This means that both the products and service we offer are first class from start to finish! If you have a problem, we're here! Just give us a call (yes we actually answer the phone)!
Found a better price? Give us a shot! We want to serve your wood flooring needs, so please don't hesitate to call us if you've found a better price from one of our competitors: the odds are we can beat it!
Still not sure what you're looking for?
If it's exotic hardwood that you're after, take a look at our selections from IndusParquet, Triangulo, LM Flooring & Versini. If you're looking for domestic hardwoods like Oak, Maple, Hickory, Pecan, Ash, Walnut or Cherry then try Armstrong, Bruce, Columbia Flooring, or Home Legend hardwood.
If it's Hand scraped wood floors that you're in need of, then perhaps Anderson, Virginia Vintage, Mullican or Shaw will have just what you're looking for! We carry all these major hardwood flooring brands and more! Start shopping now and see how much Flooring.org can save you on your new wood floors!
How Can I Know Which Brand is the Best?
All of the brand name flooring products you will find on this site are first quality hardwood floors from trusted manufacturers. You can be confident that you will be getting premium floor covering, and getting it at an ridiculously low price when you order here at Flooring.org.
That being said, there are certain details in the construction of a hardwood floor that can set one apart from the other. Here are a few things to look out for:
Wear Layer Thickness - This only applies to Engineered hardwood. The wear layer is of course the top layer, which is the decorative layer that not only is responsible for making the floor beautiful, but also takes the blunt of the surface wear from foot traffic and other activities that take place on the floors. Wear layers of engineered hardwood floors typically range from as thin as 0.6mm (about 1/32 of an inch) to as thick as 5mm (about a 1/4 inch), with few exceptions. Obviously a thicker wear layer is more desirable, but your budget may certainly limit you to a thinner wear layer than you would like, since as you might guess, an engineered wood floor with a 4mm wear layer will typically cost more than a comparable product with only a 1mm wear layer. You get what you pay for! Also keep in mind that with a Hand Scraped hardwood, wear layer thickness is less of a factor, since why would you sand a hand scraped floor? (then it wouldn't be handscraped anymore!)
Board Lengths - This one is probably overlooked more than any other quality factor. Your standard solid hardwood floor will come in lengths ranging from 1 to 7 feet long, while the typical engineered hardwood will come in lengths from 1 to 4 feet long, and sometimes even shorter. The reason this is so often overlooked is that most of the time you see flooring samples, you will see perhaps a 2 foot by 2 foot section of the material in a display. You have no way of seeing how the floor actually looks when installed, let alone in comparison to a comparable floor that comes in longer boards! Try to find the floor that suits your taste, your budget, and has board lengths as long as your budget will allow. A 1 to 7 foot random length floor is fine, but if you're in the market for engineered wood, try to do a little better than the standard 4 foot maximum: it can look a little "choppy"
Warranty - This issue is actually third on this list because it really has very little to do with the quality of any given wood flooring product. What we mean by that is a wood floor is a physical product that you can walk on, while a warranty is just some fancy words written on a piece of paper by some really expensive attorneys. Try to focus more on the physical aspects of the quality of the flooring material, and just make sure you buy something that is warrantied so you know you are protected in the event of a problem.
What Are You Waiting For?
Your new brand name hardwood floors await you! Now all that's left for you to do is click on one of the brands listed below to begin shopping now. Remember, this is the same flooring you will find at your local store, don't let the local guys scare you into thinking it's anything else! As always, we are here to serve you so call us if you have any questions. Enjoy...