When you’re shopping for engineered hardwood flooring or floating hardwood, you're sure to have a few questions. You might want to know details about the materials, the installation process, or aftercare, and we want to provide some answers right from the start.

If you still have questions when you’re finished reading, be sure to contact us. We look forward to helping you with your new floors.

What are some benefits of a floating hardwood floor covering?

One of the best benefits of this flooring type is that it can be installed over a wide variety of subfloor materials as long as they are level, dry, and in good repair. But they’re also easy to clean, easy to remove, affordable, and offer extensive design and style options.

Is mahogany wood suitable for flooring?

Mahogany is extremely hard, strong, and even offers a natural water-resistance that homeowners love. The rich reddish-brown colorations and unique grain pattern make it an excellent addition to various existing décor options, and it’s still a highly sought-after floor covering.

What does an engineered hardwood installation look like?

Engineered hardwood offers a quick and easy installation, as it requires no glue, nails, or other adhesives. The click and lock method is most often used, creating a great install with beautiful results that you can walk on immediately after installation.

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Express Flooring
knows that flooring isn't made to look good in the store; it's made to look good in your home. So, why purchase flooring without seeing what it looks like in the comfort of your own home?

We eliminate the hassle, anxiety, and frustration from your engineered hardwood flooring process by bringing the showroom right to your front door. We ensure complete flooring satisfaction, from start to finish, for the residents of Phoenix and Tucson, AZ, and the Houston areas of Pasadena, Sugar Land, The Woodlands, Spring, Kay, Pearland, Cypress, and more.