Hardwood has been a favored flooring for many generations. Today, the latest styles mix with traditional styles in manufacturers' catalogs. Engineered hardwood, made up of plywood and hardwood, is as likely to be chosen by homeowners as time-honored solid hardwood. You can find a wide selection of wood flooring species and styles at Masters Flooring in Keller, Texas. We specialize in kitchen and bathroom remodeling and flooring installation.

Hardwood colors

Currently, white hardwood floors are popular, and so are black floors. Many light and dark colors are favored, in contrast with more traditional medium shades. Hickory, birch, and white oak are light-colored woods while walnut, cherry, and mahogany are darker woods. Blonde wood flooring has made a comeback, and today, it comes in both cool and warm tones.

Made in the USA

Many homeowners choose the ‘close to home’ option when shopping for wood flooring. Often, ‘Made in the USA’ hardwood is harvested from sustainable forests in the Appalachian Mountains. Popular domestic species include white and red oak, maple, birch, and hickory. Hardwood from the Appalachian region is known for its consistent color and clear grain.

Recycled wood floors

All of the hardwood on the market is not harvested from forests. Eco-friendly reclaimed wood may have been previously used as flooring. Or it may have been sourced from barn siding, trusses, old beams, and other wood products. Antique reclaimed wood comes from buildings that are hundreds of years old. Some of this wood is virgin growth, first, cut material.

Hardwood textures

While the traditional smooth texture is still the most popular, other textures enhance many hardwood brands. Wirebrushed floors have a weathered look and distressed wood floors, with their visible wormholes and knots, have an aged, antique look. Handscraped flooring offers a sculpted look created by experienced craftsmen.

Masters Flooring
has offered the highest quality flooring in the Fort Worth, Texas, area for over 20 years. The communities we serve include North Ridgeland Hills, Colleyville, Southlake, and Keller. We offer free in-home estimates and online tools, such as a chat service, to get you started on your hardwood flooring upgrade. Convenient financing is always available.