Floor King has the style, color and species of wood flooring Austin needs.
A rich, elegant look for virtually any Austin décor.
Hardwood is the little black dress of flooring. It looks good in almost any setting. This versatile floor can deliver a wide range of looks from classic to modern. At Floor King you'll find an extensive selection of wood floors, including the widest selection of species, finishes and grains in Austin. Stop by one of our three locations in Austin or Georgetown and let our hardwood experts help you find the ideal floor for your home.
Dark, medium and light flooring options.
At Floor King we have the perfect color of hardwood flooring for your Austin home. We offer a number of natural looks, as well as a wide selection of rich, dark finishes. Stop by your nearest Austin-area Floor King and pick up samples of our unbeatable selection of hardwood options.
A large assortment of solid and engineered hardwoods for Austin.
Hardwoods are available in both solid or engineered varieties. Solid hardwood flooring is composed of a single piece of wood and offers solid construction and a premium finish. Engineered hardwood features three to five layers of wood laminated together providing greater durability and versatility. A wide variety of both types of hardwood are available at your nearest Floor King.
A range of options from the popular to the exotic.
Pick a wood, any wood. Floor King offers a wide variety of popular hardwood species such as cherry, maple, walnut, hickory and oak. If you’re looking for something more unusual we also feature a number of exotic options including African Moabi, Padouk, Wenge and Teak. Stop by your nearest Austin-area Floor King and see samples of our extensive range of hardwood species.
Hardwood Tips and Insights
Solid vs. engineered hardwood.
Both solid and engineered hardwoods have their merits. Solid hardwood is stunning and can be sanded and refinished to meet changing styles over the years. Because of its durability, engineered hardwood is ideal for areas that receive moisture or high foot traffic. However, engineered hardwood cannot be sanded. The good news is that both wood options look great in almost any home. For videos and more information about choosing, installing and maintaining hardwoods, visit our Tips and Insights section.