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The advantages of hickory flooring.
At Carlisle Wide Plank Floors, customers choose hickory flooring when they want: • A tough and durable floor that will be more resistant to dents and wear over the years. • A handsome floor with a subtle overall color palette that works well with contemporary styles. • A floor with unique and interesting grain patterns, making wide plank hickory flooring a remarkable design feature of any home or business.
What kind of hickory flooring is right for you?
When designing your wide plank floor with Carlisle, choosing a type of wood is the first option to consider. In addition to hickory flooring, we offer products in Walnut, Ash, Birch, White & Brown Maple, Red & White Oak, Cherry and Pine. Once you have settled on hickory flooring, you have a variety of other options for making your wide plank floor a truly unique expression of your style.
Our offerings include:
• Prefinished hickory flooring. Your hickory flooring can either be finished, stained and sealed on-site, or it can be prefinished in our factory. Prefinished floors have already been sanded, stained and sealed before they arrive at your location. A prefinished hickory floor makes installation faster and helps you avoid the mess and disruption that finishing a floor on site can cause. It also allows us to apply stronger protective sealants that can help your floor last longer.
• Engineered hickory flooring. Engineered flooring is created with multiple layers or plies of material, rather than using a solid piece of hardwood for each plank. The top layer, called the wear layer, is made of a hardwood veneer to give the engineered floor the same look as a solid wood floor. Beneath that top layer, multiple layers are glued together to provide more stability in below-ground settings like basements, where humidity levels may be higher on average.
• Distressed hickory flooring. Distressing a floor adds texture and style that gives the wood a sense of age and time-worn beauty. From hand-scraped edges and watermill marks to footworn surfaces and hit or miss swirls from saw mill blades, the techniques used to create distressed hickory flooring can give your surface a unique and lived-in appearance. Additionally, you can customize your hickory flooring in a wide variety of stains and finishes. And choosing a pattern like Chevron, Herringbone, Versailles or a custom parquet can help to create a stunning look for any room.
Carlisle service is as legendary as our wide plank floors.
At Carlisle, our goal is to make the process of designing, ordering and installing your wide plank hickory flooring as easy and pleasurable as possible. That’s why everyone from our craftsmen to our design consultants and customer service team are dedicated to helping you get the floor you have always dreamed of. If you know exactly what you want, we’ll make sure you get it. And if you need help sorting through your options, will walk with you through each step, providing guidance that will ensure your hickory flooring becomes a work of art in wood that will define your space for years to come.
Why choose Carlisle for hickory flooring?
Carlisle Wide Plank Floors provides the finest hardwood flooring you can find. Widely known for excellence, leadership and innovation in hardwood flooring, Carlisle has been creating distinctive and stunning hardwood floors for more than 50 years. Our sustainable forestry practices help to ensure the preservation of natural resources as we harvest the finest timber to craft your hickory flooring masterpiece. And our Slowcraft® process ensures that your flooring is made to order according to your exacting requirements and our high standards. It’s no wonder that Carlisle floors are found in museums, trendy stores, upscale restaurants and beautiful homes throughout the world.