Putting hardwood floors into a home is a very popular choice. However, when it comes to deciding what type of hardwood floors, homeowners can choose between solid hardwood flooring and engineered hardwood flooring. Finding the best type of hardwood flooring for your home comes down to several key factors. Read more
When the weather starts to transition from warm summer days to cooler fall air, many businesses shift into thinking about renovations and upgrades that can be completed before year end. The fall season is a great time to renovate your commercial space, and choosing to upgrade to modern hardwood floors will give your business a fresh new look customers will remember. Read more
Parquet flooring’s extensive history was largely forgotten when modern hardwood floor trends moved towards large planks of wood. Parquet flooring uses block patterns, rather than solid wood planks, which allows you to create eye-catching patterns and texture on your floor. Read more
New hardwood floors can completely revitalize and renew a space. Once your new floors have been installed, it can be tempting to just enjoy them and not think about how to ensure that they will look good for decades to come. You spent a lot of time and money on the right hardwood flooring for your Toronto home or office, so it is worth it to take preventative measures to limit scratches and other damage. Read more
In our Toronto designer showroom, we have large hardwood flooring panels on display to showcase the flooring choices we offer. Customers can touch the floors and feel the difference between the 100+ surfaces and finish treatments to choose from.
But choosing hardwood floors is more than just making a design decision. At European Flooring, we truly value wood as one of nature’s best and most extraordinary materials and our outstanding European engineered white oak flooring collections that directly reflects those beliefs. Read more
As we grow more aware of the importance of respecting the environment, we want to make sustainable choices in all areas of our lives. There are a several ways you can make better, more eco-conscious choices while renovating your home. From environmentally friendly paint to sustainable hardwood flooring, there’s no need to sacrifice style and quality while respecting the environment. Read more
When you visit our showroom to browse our hardwood flooring selection, we take the time to listen to your ideas, learn about your project, and then help you identify the best options to suit your project based on your unique needs. At European Flooring, we always educate our clients on the differences between engineered hardwood flooring options such as wide plank hardwood flooring, oiled hardwood floors, and the many other choices worth considering.
European Flooring’s showroom displays and showcases our products so you can really get a feel for the quality and appearance of the hardwood flooring options that we offer. When choosing hardwood floors for your Toronto home or business, visiting our showroom means that you will have the ability to touch the floors and feel the difference between all of our surfaces and finish treatments. Read more
Interior design involves more than just paint colours and furniture. Your flooring can also be a beautiful and luxurious extension of your home’s style and décor. From wide plank hardwood flooring, to ash and white oak hardwood flooring, to oiled hardwood floors, the right flooring can make a stylish statement in your home. If you’re looking to update your hardwood flooring, we’ve collected the top six trends for hardwood floors in Toronto. Read more
A brand-new luxury hardwood floor is a beautiful addition to your home, and you probably can’t wait to show it off to visitors. However, you must take care of your hardwood flooring to maintain it’s new appearance. After all, a floor is designed to be walked on. People will walk on it; children will drop things; furniture will be moved; liquids will spill. Even engineered wood flooring will succumb to the weathering. The only way to keep that hardwood floor in pristine condition is to close off the room to all traffic. But, all is not lost. With a little perseverance, diligence, maintenance, and prevention, you can keep your hardwood flooring looking beautiful for a long time. Read more
The winter season brings with it snow, slush, salt and other dirt, which are some of wood’s worst enemies. The trick is to keep the elements outdoors. Place door mats outside and rubber-backed rugs inside at every entrance of the house to prevent the accumulation of salt, sand or abrasive dust; ensure that the rugs are kept relatively dry and ready to absorb moisture. Another suggestion is to have a visible designated place for wet shoes away from your hardwood floors; consider getting a boot tray to contain the mess. If you have pets, try to routinely deal with their wet paws before entering your home; train them to stop at the door and wait to be dried off. Another important item is to vacuum or sweep the floor a bit more frequently in the winter season, ideally with an antistatic mop or broom. Never use a wet mop on your hardwood floor, as it deteriorates the floors. Instead, get a floor care system specified for your floor and carefully follow the manufacturer’s maintenance instructions. We recommend Parquet Cleaner by Floor Service for our floors, which is bio-degradable and non-toxic.