Hardwood Floor Installation Boston MA

​If you’re looking to install hardwood flooring in your home for the first time, then Boston Floor Experts have you covered.  Our wood installation service is quick, professional, and we offer competitive rates! 


Typically, installing a hardwood floor takes about a day per room (200 square feet).  We have many materials available you can choose from for your new floor, including the most sought-after hardwoods and engineered wood flooring. 

Get professionally installed hardwood flooring or vinyl flooring today for your residence, home or office. 

Our Installation services include: 

  • Hardwood Floor Installation Boston
  • New Hardwood Floors
  • Vinyl Flooring Installation Boston
  • Wood Floor Installation Boston
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Hardwood Installation
  • Engineered Wood Flooring Installation

What’s the Difference Between Solid Hardwood and Engineered Hardwood?

​Solid hardwood floors are made of planks carved directly from the parent trees, and are typically ¾” thick.  Solid hardwood floors are a fantastic choice because they last the longest; with proper care, a solid hardwood floor can last up to 100 years or more.  They have the highest value and will have the most positive effect on the resale value of your home.

Engineered hardwood is composed of 4-5 layers of wood that are tightly compressed on top of one another with the grains going in different directions, with a veneer of fine hardwood on top.  This adds to the stability of the wood, which makes engineered hardwood ultra-durable and less likely to warp over time.  However, engineered hardwood is not as thick as solid hardwood floors, and may not stand up as well to multiple refinishings.

What Should I Consider When Purchasing Hardwood Flooring?

​There are a few different factors to keep in mind when you’re getting ready for a hardwood floors installation, the most important being your budget.  We offer a wide range of materials so that you can find flooring that fits your vision without burning through all of your savings.

Secondly, you want to consider your durability and design needs.  A solid hardwood floor will tend to last longer and be more amenable to future refinishing than an engineered wood floor, though engineered wood tends to be more durable and less likely to warp/shrink/ expand with changing temperatures or humidity.  The type of sub-floor your home has and the location of where you’re putting in new floors will play a part in this as well.  If you’re uncertain about what material would be best, don’t fret; our experts are more than happy to offer suggestions during a free in-home estimate!

Get Hardwood Floors Installed

If you’re looking for local floor installers that you can trust to get the job done quickly, correctly, and on-budget, then you’ve come to the right place! Find out the cost of hardwood floor installation in Boston today! Give us a call at the number listed below or click the link to our online form for a free quote today!