Hardwood Flooring In Stock


& On Sale
 

Our hardwood warehouse provides the best:

  • Quality Hardwood Flooring Warehouse overstock items, special runs & discontinued products in stock at 30-80% Off.
  • Visit our 13,000 square foot warehouse with over 1,000,000 sq. ft. of flooring in stock.
  • High quality hardwood flooring manufacturers: Mohawk, Shaw, Provenza, Kahrs and more.
  • Oak, Cherry, Walnut, Hickory, Maple and the most popular Hardwood floor species in wide and narrow planks.
  • We carry a variety of hardwood floor finishes to choose from: smooth, wire brushed, distressed & hand scraped.
  • Over 1,000,000 square feet of quality flooring in stock: carpet, hardwood, laminate, vinyl, and transition moldings.
  • New flooring shipments arrive with the latest flooring selection - get notified. Sign Up For Our Newsletter To Get Special Deals.
  • We’ll load you up your vehicle or deliver to your job site. (minimum order & local location required)

The Wonders of Hardwood Flooring

There are many reasons why hardwood flooring continues to be so popular. The first is that it can last a lifetime and can be refinished to change the stain color and finish. There are two main types of hardwood construction– solid and engineered. At The Mill Carpet & Flooring Outlet, we know that our customers are looking for these incredible flooring systems and we have them for you.

Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring can be manufactured as a solid piece of wood or what is known as an engineered hardwood. Prefinished hardwood flooring is stained and finished by the manufacturer and ready to be installed. Solid hardwood flooring can be more expensive than engineered but can be sanded and refinished several times over its lifespan which can last generations. Engineered hardwood is real hardwood and starts out with strong, long-lasting cores of plywood, HDF, or hardwood. Atop this core, a true hardwood wear layer is adhered; this hardwood wear layer can also be refinished to change the color and finish depending on the thickness.
 

Why Choose Engineered Hardwood Over Solid Hardwood?

Solid hardwood flooring cannot be installed under certain conditions such as where moisture or heat is present. Solid hardwood should not be installed below ground level. These issues are not a problem with engineered hardwood flooring. Engineered hardwood can be installed just about anywhere and it usually costs less, too.

Engineered hardwood flooring is by far more versatile and more stable than solid hardwood and is more resistant to humidity and moisture. Most engineered hardwood flooring can be installed in basements, below grade and it is also less prone to buckling or cupping, both of which can be an issue with solid hardwood. It can also be glued down to the sub-floor. As with solid hardwood, engineered hardwood flooring can be sanded and refinished to change the color and finish. Keep in mind hardwood flooring can be screened (lightly abraded) and the finish can be reapplied an unlimited amount of times to bring the floor back to its’ like-new condition. Hardwood floors are easy to clean and maintain and with proper care can last for decades.
 
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We know that quality matters. If you have been shopping for new flooring products and are value conscious you have probably seen that most flooring companies promote imported flooring products. Although some imports are well made, many are inferior in both durability and quality to products made in the United States. At THE MILL Carpet & Flooring Outlet we focus on flooring made in the USA. More than 85% of our in stock products are manufactured domestically.

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Installation Options

 

1. Take the product with you

We can provide the manufacturer's installation instructions that make it easy for the skilled do it yourself.

2. Referral installers

We can provide referrals that you can contact and deal with directly.

3. Professional installation

We have partnered with a local full service retailer that can provide estimation services*, walk thru the jobsite with you and send an experienced installation crew to your jobsite to handle everything from start to finish.
 
Hardwood Installation is easy with The Mill
 
 

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