Cheap Hardwood Flooring Source

If you’re looking for cheap hardwood flooring prices for cabin installations I can help readers of Log Cabin Connection by directing you to a supplier that I have worked with for years.

No matter where you live, you can find the best prices on all types of flooring.

I always use them for my hardwood flooring when I build log cabins and I know they can supply any hardwood, any species, any width for the lowest prices.

I’ve done a lot of searching and comparing to see what everybody has to offer for log cabin flooring. First choose the type or species of wood, the hardwood flooring style and the width of the strips or planks. Other important considerations include:

  • thickness of the wood flooring
  • number of laminations on engineered hardwood flooring
  • thickness of the top layer
  • type of finish applied
  • number of coats of finish

Money-Saving Tip

Tip: You can save even more money by buying “cabin grade” oak. It costs less because it has more knots and unusual grain patterns. To me cabin grade is ideal for log cabin flooring because it suits the rustic look and adds more interest to the wide expanse of hardwood flooring.

Hardwood Flooring Samples

It can be very difficult trying to choose the perfect flooring for your cabin. An easy way to facilitate this is to order actual samples of the different types of hardwood that you're interested in.

By comparing the various styles offered you can get a better idea of what kind of hardwood goes with your log home interior, and what style of flooring you want to use: solid, engineered or laminate.

Here are some examples:

Elk Mountain Oak Gunstock Dark 3/4 x 5" Hand Scraped SOLID Hardwood Flooring

Elk Mountain Acacia Natural Small Leaf 1/2" x 4-3/4" Hand Scraped Engineered Click Lock Hardwood Flooring

Kingsport Brazilian Cherry Red 3/4" x 4" Exotic Solid Hardwood Flooring

Elk Mountain Acacia Parchment 9/16" x 4-3/4"Hand Scraped Engineered Hardwood Flooring

5 inch Greenland Solid Hardwood Brazilian Teak (Cumura) Natural Flooring

3-1/2 x 3/4 inch Greenland Solid Hardwood Oak Golden Wheat Flooring

All Styles of Hardwood Flooring

Whether you are looking for solid hardwood flooring, engineered hardwood, laminate flooring, bamboo flooring or cork flooring they can supply what you need fast and at the lowest price.

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