Replacing Flooded Floors with New Engineered Hardwood Flooring

As the waters recede, many homeowners and businesses in the Baton Rouge area will need to replace their flooring, and we would like to suggest using engineered hardwood flooring as your replacement. We say this for many reasons that we would like to share with you now.

Engineered hardwood flooring is affordable

Victims of the recent flooding will be watching every dollar as they put their homes and businesses back in order. For many, flooring will be one of the major repairs needed, as flood waters have ruined thousands of flooring systems in our area. Engineered hardwood flooring is available in various price ranges, with many products being very affordable.

Engineered hardwood flooring can be installed quickly

Once the sub-floor is dry, engineered flooring can be installed quickly. In fact, these are some of the fastest systems to install. Our professional installers have years of experience, and they have the expertise to get the job done quickly and correctly. They know exactly what needs to be done, and they stand behind every install that they do.

We have a huge selection of engineered hardwood flooring

As you begin to put your home or business back into shape, now is a great time to get that perfect flooring. At Wholesale Flooring & Granite, we have more than 220 engineered hardwood flooring options available for you. When you shop with us, you are assured of finding exactly what you want in your new flooring. Our flooring comes from such famous names as Mannington, Harris Wood, and Mohawk Industries, to name just a few. These are the companies that have been designing and manufacturing the best in hardwood flooring for decades, and you can find them all right here.

As you can see, there are many reasons to consider engineered hardwood flooring as the replacement flooring that you need. The best way to learn more about these remarkable flooring systems is to visit our Baton Rouge showroom, where we can show you a huge variety of options and price ranges in engineered hardwood flooring.