Shaw Hardwoods Flooring

Shaw Hardwood Flooring offers consumers the timeless tradition of hardwood flooring with a wide variety of species, colors, and sizes. Shaw hardwood flooring brings Beauty and Strength to Any Room. See our Collection of Wood Flooring Stains and Grains.

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Shaw Hardwoods Flooring

Shaw Hardwoods FlooringEnhance the warmth and beauty of your home with the natural elegance of hardwood flooring.

Shaw Hardwoods product options include solid and engineered constructions in a variety of species, colors and sizes.

All products feature our exclusive DuraShield XL finish which provides long term protection against stains, moisture and abrasive wear.


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Hardwood Floor Design Trends from Shaw Floors
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Hardwood flooring trends are offering consumers a wealth of choice in 2013. From shifts in color palette's to new textures, Emily Morrow explains the many options available to transform your interior. To



Real Hardwood that Can Take Life's Messes: Repel Hardwood from Shaw Floors
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You love real hardwood floors, but can they stand up all the spontaneous messes that real life brings? With Repel from Shaw Floors, the answer is YES! Check out this gorgeous collection of water-resistant hardwood flooring.



How to Install Engineered Hardwood – Nail Down Method
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Getting ready to install engineered hardwood? There are three ways to do it, and the nail down method that you'll see in this video is great for wood subfloors. Watch and learn the secrets to a successful installation so you can enjoy your beautiful hardwood floor for years to come.



How to Install Solid Hardwood
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The natural beauty of solid hardwood floors…who doesn't love it? What you may not know is that the very natural aspect that gives this hardwood its stunning beauty requires some careful preparation to ensure a successful, lasting installation. Watch as Jack describes the right way to install solid hardwood flooring.



How to Install Engineered Hardwood – Glue Down Method
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Getting ready to install engineered hardwood? There are three ways to do it, and the glue down method that you'll see in this video is great for concrete subfloors. You can also glue engineered hardwood over plywood subfloors. Watch and learn the secrets to a successful installation so you can enjoy your beautiful hardwood floor for years to come.



Engineered Hardwood vs. Solid Hardwood
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Hardwood is a beautiful flooring option, but what about the specific kinds of hardwood? How do you choose between solid hardwood and engineered hardwood? Are they both real wood? Watch as we explain how they are similar and how they are different. You'll learn the strengths of each type so you'll be prepared to make the best choice for your home.



Engineered Hardwood vs. Laminate
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If you're shopping for flooring, or even if you're just interested in home decor and remodeling, you've probably heard of both engineered hardwood and laminate. Are they the same thing? Different? How do you know which one is the best choice for any given room or project? This video compares and contrasts the two flooring categories, so you can make smart choices.



Engineered Hardwood vs. Laminate
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If you're shopping for flooring, or even if you're just interested in home decor and remodeling, you've probably heard of both engineered hardwood and laminate. Are they the same thing? Different? How do you know which one is the best choice for any given room or project? This video compares and contrasts the two flooring categories, so you can make smart choices.



Made in South Pittsburg: Shaw Hardwood Flooring
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By: Latricia Thomas A local company that's known for its carpet is taking the hardwood flooring world by storm with their engineered product called Epic. When you see Shaw trucks on the Interstate, you might assume they're carrying carpet.Shaw's Vice President of Hard Surface Business Development Scott Sandlin says, We're becoming more than just a carpet company and it gives people a lot of opportunity.