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High-quality Hardwood Flooring in toronto

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Hardwood has always been a classic flooring favourite choice. The beauty and benefits associated with it last for generations and increases the resale value of your home in the long run. AA Floors and More LTD specializes in providing and installing a wide variety of hardwood flooring. You can find numerous species, textures, finishes and grades of hardwood in Toronto from when you visit us—all under one roof.

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Hardwood flooring can be manufactured from different tree species from all over the world. Among the most popular types of hardwood in Canada, Oak, Maple and Cherrywood top the list. There is a standardized scale to determine the hardness of each species known as the Janka Scale. The harder the wood, the higher is its Janka rating. At AA Floors, we offer a wide variety of hardwood species like Ash, Oak, Hickory, Acacia, Maple and many more. Explore the various brands of hardwood flooring we stock to find the right species and texture of flooring for your home.

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Our Client Testimonials

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The best place for hardwood flooring materials in Toronto, you can find everything you need from flooring tools to subfloor choices all under one roof here. Highly professional and superior quality service. I strongly recommend them to all those who are looking for flooring installation in Toronto at the best rates.

Debbie R. Brooks

What You Need To Know About Installing Hardwood

How well your flooring fares depends largely on the installation method and the skill of the workers. At AA Floors, we provide installation services along with the flooring to ensure you have a complete solution under one roof.

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Depending on the species of the wood you have chosen, the structure of the floorboards and the subfloor you have, the installation procedure will vary accordingly. The experts at the store can advise you best on the best method to install it after assessing your flooring situation. The following are the primary hardwood installation methods you will come across:

  • Nail down- The floor planks are nailed or stapled to the plywood subfloor. This is the traditional installation method and a durable option.
  • Glue down- The planks are glued to a suitable underlayment placed over the subfloor. Once dried, it is very difficult to remove and this is also a procedure that can be rather messy.
  • Floating- The planks have tongues and grooves and are fitted together and floated on the subfloor. This is the quickest and simplest installation process there is.

Hardwood flooring is a classic choice that lasts for generations making it a worthy investment. If you are located in Toronto and require hardwood flooring and/or installation services, give us a call at (416) 201-9611 to get a free consultation from our experts. You can also visit our store during business hours.

From Our Warehouse To Your Home

In 5 Easy Steps

  • 1

    INSPECTION

    We conduct a thorough in-home analysis of the existing flooring space

  • 2

    SUGGESTION

    Our experts advise you on the best options for the required changes

  • 3

    GUIDANCE

    We provide help you narrow down your choices of hardwood

  • 4

    TIMELY DELIVERY

    The flooring you chose is delivered within the promised delivery date with ample time given for acclimatization

  • 5

    INSTALLATION

    Our professionals visit your home and begin the installation process


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Types & Variants Of Hardwood Available

Get Hardwood Flooring in Toronto in Numerous Finishes and Textures

Variety of hardwood flooring textures and finishes:

There are many hardwood textures and finishes, each imparts a unique look to your home:

  • Matte– does not reflect light
  • Glossy– reflective and slightly slippery
  • Distressed– slight irregularities and imperfections are deliberately kept visible for an artistic look
  • Hand scraped– irregularities are created by hand scraping the floorboard, imparting a unique look
  • Unfinished– the floorboards are not pre-finished and buyers have to the flexibility to finish them on-site.

FAQ

Queries Related to Hardwood Flooring

  • What’s the best way to clean hardwood floors?

    Regular sweeping and dusting along with periodic mopping using a proper hardwood cleaner will help to maintain your hardwood floors. Make sure the floor is dried properly if you are using a wet cleaning method.

  • Can I use hardwood floors in my kitchen?

    Yes, hardwood can be used in the kitchen. But since it is a high moisture area of the house, you will need extra precautions and maintenance to protect the flooring from warping damage.

  • Is hardwood flooring good for heavy traffic areas?

    Hardwood flooring may get scratched and dented due to heavy traffic, if not well maintained. The trouble can be reduced by choosing a hardwood species with high Janka rating.

  • What hardwood flooring is best for my room?

    The best hardwood choice for any specific space depends on the climate, foot traffic, the preferred colour scheme, maintenance, and the client’s specific needs.


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