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Hardwood Floors are Unique

Whether you’re remodeling, building, or just refreshing your Seattle home, there are tons of hardwood flooring types in vinyl to choose from. And since no two vinyl wood floors have exactly the same grain or color, your floor will be 100% unique and reflect your style. Our hardwood selection is also 100% waterproof making it easy to maintain.

We provide services to the Seattle area, including Tacoma & from Olympia to Everett.

Our Hardwood Flooring Selection

Deep Brown

Bullseye Beige

Fantastic Taupe

Hyper Pearl

Alpha Ash

Mega Grey


and more… give us a call or fill out your flooring quote to see more selections.

Hardwood Flooring Benefits

Easy to Install

Increased Stability

Real Wood Veneer


Dent Resistant

Hardwood Flooring

Seattle Vinyl hardwood floors are a great investment; vinyl hardwood floors are widely acknowledged to add value to a home. Plus, the variety of available options lets you meet your taste AND budget.

Hardwood floors are easy to maintain. Hardwood floors in vinyl are much more resistant to staining than carpet or hardwood and cost much less to maintain. If damage occurs, it’s relatively easy to repair a hardwood vinyl plank floor rather than replacing it.

Why Choose Hardwood

Its hard to compare to the thought and feel of hardwood, but recent advances has laminate and vinyl options catching up.

Solid hardwood is milled from lumber, stressing natural resource availability but can be re-finished instead of replaced.

Vinyl hardwood floors don’t harbor allergens. Unlike carpet, hardwood floors don’t trap dust, dander, pollen, mildew, and other nasty substances that make life miserable for allergy sufferers. There are also a wide variety of low-odor non-toxic stains and finishes to further reduce indoor air pollution.

Hardwood floors in vinyl are sustainable. Not only will hardwood floors help keep your environment safe and clean, but they are also a healthy choice for our global environment. Since vinyl can be recycled and renewed, it is a much more eco-friendly choice than other types of flooring.

Compared to carpet, hardwood can be swept and occasionally mopped but avoid excessive moisture.

How Hardwood Differs

New Floors USA offers some of the best, most durable brands in the world. Because of this durability, they are easy to maintain. To keep them in good shape and looking new, normal care such as sweeping or vacuuming with a soft broom or vacuum is generally all that is required. To maintain its luster, use the manufactures recommended cleaner with a dry mop and terry cloth cover.

Along with the incredible durability, our full line of vinyl hardwood offers a wide variety of appearances to match your personality, style, and home from light to dark, we have species that will match your tastes.

Choosing vinyl hardwood flooring for your home is also durability in your investment. Hardwood floors can last a lifetime and are always in style, making them less expensive in the long run because you don’t have to reinstall them. If maintained properly, vinyl flooring should not have to be replaced. 


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