Top quality solid hardwood flooring in NYC

KING DAVID HARDWOOD FLOORING provides top quality solid hardwood flooring services in New York City. We can handle any kind of project, residential and commercial, and we guarantee it will be completed in minimum time and to your full satisfaction. KING DAVID HARDWOOD FLOORING serves homeowners, offices managers, architects, industrial designers, and contractors as a one-stop shop, that takes full responsibility for every aspect of the project. We offer all kinds of solid hardwood flooring types, from the world’s leading brands, such as BRUCE HARDWOOD, CARLISLE WIDE PLANK FLOORS, HEARNE HARDWOODS INC., THE WOODS COMPANY INC., BELLAWOOD PREFINISHED HARDWOOD FLOORS and more.

solid hardwood floor in kitchen with cherry wood cabinetry
solid hardwood floor in kitchen with cherry wood cabinetry
Why choose KING DAVID HARDWOOD FLOORING as your hardwood flooring supplier in NYC?
You’ll get a free consult to help you choose the right floor for your house or office, based on the level of expected wear, humidity, grade level and the type of base floor in the room of installation
You’ll get to choose the specific lumber that satisfies your taste, out of thousands of hardwood flooring samples from the top leading hardwood flooring manufacturers in the country
We promise the best prices per square foot for solid hardwood flooring in New York City
A devoted and passionate team of experts will install the flooring in your house or office

Solid Hardwood Flooring Installation
Solid Hardwood Flooring Installation
The solid wood floor looks great and gets more amazing as the years go by. Since no two solid hardwood floors look the same, choosing solid wood for your house or office means you’ll enjoy unique and elegant chic for years to come. Installing solid hardwood flooring in your New York house also immediately increases its resale value.

When selecting a type of wood for your next flooring project in the New York area, it’s important to consider the level of durability by understanding the difference between wood types. Each type and species of wood has an individual cellular structure that creates unique physical properties that determine the wood’s suitability for different uses.

The hardness of woods varies widely, meaning not all hardwood species are recommended for flooring. Some hardwood species are simply not hard enough to withstand heavy wear and tear.

There are three major American hardwood categories that define their appropriate applications:
  • Hardwoods are deciduous trees that generally go dormant in the winter. They have broad leaves and produce a fruit or nut. North America’s forests grow hundreds of varieties including ash, oak, maple, cherry, and poplar species, most of which thrive in temperate climates. Each species can be crafted into durable, long-lasting flooring, and each offers unique markings with variation in color, texture and grain patterns.
  • Softwoods or conifers have needles rather than leaves. Cedar, hemlock, pine, fir, spruce, and redwood are softwoods that are widely available in the United States.
  • Tropical Hardwoods such as rosewood, teak, wenge, and mahogany grow in the tropical forests of the world and are imported to the United States for domestic use. Some tropical hardwoods can be used for flooring, although their characteristics such as color, grain pattern, hardness, and luster differ from those of American hardwoods.