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Strait Floors in Sequim, WA
 
Sequim, WA • (360) 683-4343
Port Townsend, WA • (360) 385-2100
 

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Why choose hardwood?

Prized for its natural beauty and lasting durability, hardwood in your home makes a rich visual statement but keeps cleanup a breeze.

Hardwood floors combine strength and style; that’s why we recommend them for homes with both children and pets. Our wide variety of colors, textures, species and styles make it easy to find the perfect choice for your home.

We offer both solid and engineered hardwood from Mohawk.

In Mohawk’s solid wood flooring, each plank is a solid piece of wood from the finest domestic and exotic hardwoods. These hardwood floors are best installed on or above grade. Wood species vary in hardness and light sensitivity, so keep foot traffic, furniture and light exposure in mind when choosing a species.

 
 
 
 
Engineered hardwood flooring from Mohawk is made from real hardwood with a cross-ply construction that resists expansion and contraction from humidity changes. It can be installed on any level.

Our favorite aspect about hardwood flooring is the way it looks. You can choose more uniform patterns or select a style with distinctive natural variations, knots and mineral marks. Light-colored hardwoods like grays will open up spaces to produce an airy vibe. Golden honey tones, the latest hardwood trend, add a warm ambiance.

Wide planks are perfect for crafting a historic or rustic feel and will enhance the natural beauty of any wood type you choose.

Hardwood surfaces will shine for decades. We would love to give your home this timeless beauty.
 
 

Featured hardwood products

 
Metropolitan Lights City Loft Oak 61
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Modern Vision Tree Bark Oak 24
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Weathered Vision Coventry Gray Oak 38
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Weathered Vision Umber Oak 33
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Rich hardwood from Strait Floors

What you need to know about hardwood

t’s just easier to make a decision about something if you are well informed about the subject matter, and that’s just as true with hardwood flooring. It has been one of the most popular floor choices among homeowners for centuries. Few flooring materials can tout that claim! But you might wonder why that is, and what makes it a great choice for your home, in particular.

For one thing, your choices and options do not simply end because you’ve picked solid wood. There are lots more things that will allow you to personalize your floors, even after deciding upon wood as the main component. There are different species, plank widths and lengths, finishes and more.

Strait Floors wants you to know that we’ll stick with you through your entire flooring experience. We have showrooms located in both Sequim and Port Townsend, Washington and serve those areas, as well as the surrounding locales. We’d love for you to stop by with any questions that you have about hardwood flooring, or to take a look at some samples for yourself.
 
 
Wide plank hardwood flooring in Port Townsend WA from Strait Floors
 

Hardwood flooring options

Solid wood is definitely the most popular form of hardwood flooring. However, you also have the option of choosing engineered flooring as well. Engineered differs from solid in that it isn’t wood all the way through, and only the top veneer is real. It’s a better choice if you’re looking for flooring of this variety for your basement, or for other areas where expansion and contraction is a worry.

You’ll also get to choose between strip or plank flooring. Strips are generally narrow, with the largest widths coming in at just over three inches. Planks are much wider, with some of them reaching nine inches in width. This is something you’ll probably hear a great deal about when shopping for wood floors. There are also options that directly impact both the protection and durability of your new floors. For instance, the harder the wood, of course, the more durable it will be, especially to everyday wear and tear. If this is a major factor in your shopping experience, be sure to ask your sales professional about the Janka hardness scale.

On the other hand, the protection of this material can be attained by the type of finish you choose. The usual smooth and shiny finish is by far the most popular. However, it shows more scuffs and scratches than a finish such as distressed, or hand scraped.
 
 

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