Get Hardwood Flooring in Numerous Stains and Finishes

Hardwood flooring is beautiful, no matter what type it is. At Bell Hardwood Floors, we offer a wide range of hardwood flooring in Jackson, WY. We are here to help you answer any questions and find the best fit for your home and budget. Choose the one that best suits your home and budget. Rest assured knowing that you'll get the highest-quality materials available on the market.

Solid Flooring

Solid hardwood flooring in Jackson, WY is available in pre-finished as well as unfinished options. Pre-finished floors come as is and how the sample looks. A unfinished can be ordered and customized with any species, width, texture and color. We have a wide range or samples in our show room of both.

Solid hardwood is a classic flooring option that can add durability, style, and value to your home. It is also a great way to customize your floor. It is easy to care for and can be re-sanded several times.

Here’s what we have to offer if you choose solid hardwood flooring in Rexburg, ID and nearby areas.

  • Variety of stains and finishes
  • 3/4" thick, solid hardwood from top to bottom
  • Wide choice of wood species
  • Sand and finish on-site
  • Pre-finished solid options

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered hardwood flooring is a veneer layer of hardwood with 3 to 5 layers of ply layers pressed together.

Engineered hardwood floors can be installed over the top of level concrete, below lever (basement), or over the top of plywood. Engineered wood floors come in unfinished as well as pre-finished. They can be installed the same as a solid hardwood floor or can be floated depending on the specs of the material.

If you want a wood floor that’s durable, resists scratches, moisture, and wear and tear, you can opt for laminate wood flooring. Laminated flooring is a wood flooring product that consists of three-ply or five-ply layers of wood pressed together, which gives it durability and strength.

It takes less time to install and can be glued to most level subfloors - cement and plywood. We have a variety of stains and finishes available. We also offer floating installations on some products.

A solid hardwood floor is a solid 3/4" piece of wood through and through. It can be sanded down and refinished multiple times. A solid hardwood floor can not go below level (in a basement) or over the top of concrete it needs a subfloor to be able to nail down to. Anything 5" or wider it is recommended by NWFA to glue and nail down to prevent cupping.

Should You Get a Solid or Engineered Hardwood Floor?

Solid hardwood is a solid piece of wood and can be refinished multiple times if needed. When installed, it is nailed down to the subfloor.

Engineered wood is many sheets of wood pressed together with an veneer layer of wood on top. It can sometimes be refinished once or twice, but often not more than that. On the upside, engineered floors do not have to be nailed down, and they can be installed over cement. They also expand and contract less than solid hardwood flooring in Jackson, WY in humidity..

Both an engineered and a solid wood floor need the humidity levels in the house to be kept consisting between 32% - 45% moisture. Having a lower humidity content then this can cause and engineered floor to lift and delaminate. A solid wood floor can start to shrink up and cup.

Have more questions? Contact Bell Hardwood Floors so that we can help you figure out which floor is best for you and show you how we offer hardwood flooring Rexburg, ID relies on!

Plank flooring

Plank flooring is a wider plank hardwood floor. Ranges 5 inches wide to 7 inches; wide. Lengths will vary. Some wide widths may only be available in an engineered.

Reclaimed hardwoods

This involves reusing wood from old barns, bridges, etc. and it being milled down into flooring planks. Most reclaimed wood will have some sort of texture or saw marks to it.

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Hardwood Finishes

Oil polyurethane

You can choose an oil polyurethane for a clean look that is easy to care for. Oil polyurethane creates a protective layer across the hardwood floor. Oil polyurethane is available in semi gloss, stain, or matte.

Water base urethane

The water base urethane gives the option for a clear, natural appearance to a hardwood floor. Durability of a water base urethane is comparable to a oil base polyurethane. If you are looking for a very natural looking floor water base is a great option to keep it looking like natural wood well still adding a protective later across the hardwood floor. Call us to learn more.

Hardwood Floor Maintenance

Here are a few maintenance tips to help you protect your hardwood flooring in Rexburg, ID and increase its life:

  • Take proper care of the finish as it will reduce the number of times you need to refinish the floor
  • Apply a maintenance coat every two to five years, and you'll more than likely not have to sand and refinish your hardwood floor for twenty or more years
  • Don't wax or oil a polyurethane finish
  • Sanding and refinishing are best left to the experts. However we are here to help any DIY'ers through the step by step process and answer any questions along the way
  • Immediately clean any spills on the hardwood floor to prevent any damage, clean with recommended cleaner
  • Mats at doorways help reduce the amount of tracked-in dirt, and area rugs are recommended for high-traffic areas
  • Vacuum or sweep the floor a couple of times a week. Once a month, damp mop with a recommended floor cleaner, then dry the surface with a clean terry cloth towel. Don't pour the cleaner directly on the floor
  • Do not use cleaners that have acrylics, wax, soap, or ammonia based cleaners in them
  • We recommend Bell Hardwood cleaner to use on hardwoods and vinyl products whenever you mop
  • Excessive sunlight can cause surface changes in the color of the finish. Close drapes or shades to protect the floor from direct sunlight
  • Walking exerts about 8,000 pounds of pressure per square inch. That amount of pressure applied to a floor by way of a high heel without a protective cap, or a sharp nail or stone caught in a shoe sole, can damage any floor surface. Make it a practice to check your shoes before entering a room with hardwood floors
  • Protect the floor with a masonite panel placed smooth side down before you move heavy appliances. Put felt or ceramic pads on furniture legs

Come visit our showroom located in Ammon, Idaho, whenever you're in the area. Discover the perfect flooring solution that will serve you well for years to come. We proudly serve various communities, including Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Victor in Idaho, and Jackson and Wilson in Wyoming. Our team is eager to assist you, so why wait? Drop by today and share your flooring vision with our dedicated staff. Together, we'll collaborate to achieve the best possible outcome for your hardwood flooring project.