Hardwood Flooring in Stamford
***We carry Shaw Hardwood Products In Stock! Visit our showroom today for Shaw Hardwood ¾ x 2 ¼" in the color Saddle Oak at $3.69 per square foot.***
Come to us to fulfill all of your needs for hardwood flooring in Stamford. We have the best selection of floors from the best manufacturers in the industry. Our low prices make hardwood floors an affordable option when you want to add life-long appeal to your building project.
ProSource of Stamford can help you find the right flooring whether you’re a homeowner, a business owner, or a trade professional. Our showroom is staffed by knowledgeable salespeople who are familiar with our products as well as the temperament of the various hardwoods. We would love to answer your questions and help you find the product that will suit your unique requirements.
Save Money & Choose Wholesale Hardwood
Why spend more money when you can buy wholesale? Whether you’re a homeowner or a trade professional, our wholesale hardwood makes it easier to manage your budget.
What’s our secret? We have the lowest prices in the industry because of our big buying power. We overstock the best name-brand floors and pass the savings onto you. Find big name brands including Armstrong®, Teragren®, Shaw®, and much more. You end up getting the best hardwood flooring at a much better price.
The Effect of Solid Hardwood
Builders have been using solid hardwood for hundreds of years because of its great qualities. It’s durable, it’s easy to maintain, and it can be refinished many times over to restore its original look or create something different. Potential home buyers are willing to pay more because of this desirability. Enhance the value of your building project with our high-end wooden floors.
Realize New Flooring Options Thanks to Engineered Hardwood
Engineered hardwood offers the same visual appeal as solid hardwood, but has a few advantages that are worth consideration. The main advantage is its enhanced sturdiness and durability. Engineered hardwood is real hardwood. The main difference is how it’s made—the top layer is the wood that you see, while the rest of the board is comprised of several layers of wood that have been bonded together. This results in a material that is less porous and more resistant to temperature and moisture, making it a great choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and even basements.
Need Help with Hardwood Floor Installation?
When you’re installing hardwood floor, it’s important to have someone with experience do the job. There are many pitfalls that are easy to succumb to during hardwood floor installation, including gaps, uneven boards, and a warped floor.
We keep a list of experienced contractors in the area who are ready and capable to handle your project. With our already low prices, you can be confident that you’ll also be saving on service.
Contact us for any questions about our inventory of hardwood floors. We proudly serve Stamford and surrounding areas, including Norwalk, Greenwich, Wilton, Danbury, and more.