Hardwood Flooring

Elevate Your Home with New Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood Flooring in Bel Air, MD

Elevate your home with lasting hardwood flooring in Bel Air, MD. This versatile flooring choice complements any space, whether you live in a 10,000-square-foot estate or a 1,200-square-foot family home. Adding formal elegance or rustic charm, regardless of your style preferences, hardwood flooring enables you to achieve a timeless look. Top Notch Flooring America is your local source for flooring solutions from the country's best manufacturers, thanks to our nationwide 500-store buying power.

We look forward to guiding you during your floor renovation project. Visit our showroom to browse our wide selection of hardwood floors. We carry all the top brands, including:

  • Armstrong
  • Baroque
  • Johnson
  • Downs
  • Floorcraft
  • Lauzon
  • Inhabit

Understanding Solid and Engineered Hardwood

Picking out a hardwood floor that fits your lifestyle comes with an endless range of options, such as whether you want engineered hardwood or a solid hardwood floor. Thanks to their timeless appeal, simple maintenance, and comfort underfoot, the advantages of hardwood floors are numerous.

While both engineered and solid hardwood floors are made of 100% natural wood, engineered floors have a thin wood veneer on the surface, followed by fused crisscrossed layers of fused slices that give way to superior strength in the bottom layer. Solid hardwood is cut from solid wood logs and is available in various textures, from soft pine to hard mahogany.

Engineered hardwood does not expand or contract and is less susceptible than solid hardwood flooring to humidity and temperature variations. It is also usually less costly than solid hardwood flooring; however, solid hardwood is a traditional flooring option known for its consistency and durability.

Flooring That Stands the Test of Time

Hardwood floors are built to last. They are innately strong and stand up to the daily wear and tear of the most active home. Maintenance is most easily done with the use of a damp mop to remove collected grime and debris. A dry mop or broom can also quickly sweep away most dust that may have accumulated over a week's time. When it comes to selecting a cleaning agent for your solid or engineered hardwood floors, it's important to consult your product's warranty or ask one of our team members for recommendations. Never use cleaning products with harsh chemicals such as bleach. These chemicals can break down the outer layer of a wood floor and permanently damage the surface. A light application of soap and water is the most common way to cleanse a wood floor. Additionally, investing in a wood polish can give some added shine every few months to keep your floor's original beauty. 

Regardless of wood type, your hardwood floor should be treated with love and care. Explore our catalog or visit us in person and you'll find some of the following botanical varieties:

  • Acacia
  • Ash
  • Birch
  • Elm
  • Hickory
  • Oak
  • Maple
  • Mohogany
  • Pine

Hardwood Flooring Installation Done Right

Ensure your quality wood floors last with a professional installation. It is important to make sure every piece is cut precisely, and the subfloor is properly prepared. These processes require skill, accuracy, and experience. At our store, we provide you with a professional installation team to make sure the job is done correctly the first time. No project is ever too big or small for our experienced technicians. An added benefit to using our in-house installers is that all of our products are covered by some of the best warranties in the industry. With our Ultimate Confidence Guarantee, the lifespan of your new floor is taken into account. Although we believe our craftsmanship speaks for itself, if you find yourself unhappy with our work or the new floor you received, give us a call within 30 days of installation. We will gladly replace your floor with a similar model, free of charge.

Contact us to learn more about our quality hardwood flooring. We serve residents of Bel-Air, Fallston, Forest Hill, Abingdon, and Kingsville, and Harford County, Maryland, as well as the surrounding communities.


111-A Fulford Avenue,  Bel Air, MD 21014