Flooring Options

We ask of our customers what they wished they did differently after purchasing and owning a new floor for 6 months. We asked if they wished they spent less money on their floor. They told us they wished they spent more. Spending 20 cents more on 800 square feet seemed like a deal after owning the floor for 6-12 months to get what they really wanted. Let’s avoid that, shall we? Please look into our blog posts on all the flooring options to get a good idea of what to expect from different types of flooring. We have the best prices in the US. You can see that’s why we proudly show all our flooring prices without trying to trick you into emailing us to simply shop for floors. Price isn’t the issue for us here, making you happy is the main concern for us. Don’t hesitate to give our flooring consultants a call if you have any questions at all about finding the best floors for your home.

Maple Hardwood Flooring

Frequently we get asked, “what is the best floor to buy?” What a doozy of a question! When considering your best floor option, qualities like hardness, price, and quality come into play. And sometimes, you want all of that, and more! That is where the wood species Maple comes in. Maple offers a different look than any other floor. Want a solid colored floor, without grain lines? Maple can do that. Want contemporary looks? Maple can do that. Want a rustic look, with varying shades of warm colors? Maple can do that! Oh, but you want those at a great value?! ReallyCheapFloors.com can do that! With Maple’s help, of course....Read More

Hickory Hardwood Flooring

I love to talk about Hickory hardwood flooring and it’s definitely a favorite topic in the company meetings. Maybe because customers that buy Hickory floors tend to be the most satisfied customers that we have? Possibly. Or is it because at ReallyCheapFloors, we are one of the largest liquidators of Hickory in the country? Another good possibility! First, let’s talk look at Hickory in more technical fashion then dive into what is really important about the product. Types of Hickory Hardwood Let’s talk Hickory. Hickory, or Carya genus, is made up of 2 different groups: True Hickory, and Pecan Hickory. These two main groups have eight trees shared evenly between them. There are 4 trees producing lumber for each specific Hickory group. There are multiple names used for the same ei...Read More

The Best Dalton Wholesale Floors in Georgia

If you’re looking for the best Dalton wholesale flooring supplier, you found us! Take advantage of our free sample program and shop all our floors in Dalton, Georgia. I’ll explain how Dalton has become a central hub for wholesale floors and cover a bit of its origin story. So, let’s start with a brief history of Dalton, Georgia....Read More

Somerset Hardwood Flooring

The History of Somerset Hardwood Flooring Somerset Hardwood Flooring is a Privately Owned Company with over 20 Years Growth in the Hardwood Industry. They are experts in the wood business, building a strong reputation for manufacturing quality Appalachian lumber and unfinished flooring. Somerset built a name for quality for many years prior to entering into the manufacturing of prefinished flooring. From the outset, they have made a major commitment to produce the finest quality prefinished flooring—from their investment in machinery, materials, and processes, to the recruiting and hiring of skilled employees....Read More

Walnut Hardwood Flooring 101 – What You Need To Know About Walnut

Okay, let me preface this blog with a disclaimer. I love walnut and walnut floors. I mean, I have a special place in my heart for American Black Walnut. That said, let me give a brief history of the walnut and this beautiful tree’s legacy. This blog may suffer from a mild case of flowery language input syndrome. Feel free to ignore that and enjoy the facts. The Walnut Tree’s Rich History The walnut tree, or Juglans Major, is always in high demand for its nuts and timber. The color, grain, and hardness make it a valued furniture wood....Read More

Hardwood Grades 101: 4 Oak Natural Grades Explained

In the wood flooring business, the goal that every manufacturer seeks is lumber clean enough to make their Select floors. Unfortunately, only about 60% of the tree will become the high-graded material. What does the manufacturer do with the rest? We work very closely with a couple of major manufacturers to develop products that use these lower wood grades, and move them into the market (and out of their warehouses!) quickly. Keep in mind that the grades for hardwood lumber are quite different from unfinished hardwood flooring grades, and unfinished hardwood flooring grades have very little in common...Read More

Red Label Hardwood Flooring

Our Red Label product is unique to the flooring industry and is another great example of ReallyCheapFloors.com offering value that cannot be found anywhere else. I realize that is a pretty bold statement, but if you will pull up a chair, I will do my best to give you a full explanation…. What is Red Label Hardwood? It’s All in the Grading Where to start? In this video we touched on the Red Label product description, and where it comes from. This blog will go a little further, including more technical points.  Defining what is allowed in our Red Label is not possible. The reason for this is that the Red Label is all culled from the Mill Run....Read More

The Cheapest Flooring Options War: Don’t Fight Value! 

Cheap Flooring Questions Are On The Battlefield! We get asked occasionally, “what are your cheapest flooring options?” I love hearing this question! Why? Because asking this question tells me two things.  One, this customer is looking for a great value, and we specialize in great values!  Two, because this customer is asking a question, they might be interested in what I have to say. I can honestly say that helping someone find a deal that makes them happy is my favorite part of this job. I love saving money while getting a great product, and I love helping others do the same. ...Read More

Hardwood Flooring Prices (Updated 2020)

What Causes Price Changes in Hardwood Flooring? I write a lot of blogs about flooring, supposedly because our marketing department says they want me to share what little I know with our customers. I write these blogs because it allows me to do something that my coworkers think takes a long time, allowing me to loaf more than I should. Let’s keep that between us and talk a bit about what hardwood flooring prices are based on. You Can’t Predict Flooring Pricing. 2 Manufacturers Tried. If there is one thing no one is a master it, it is predicting hardwood flooring prices....Read More

You Want to Install Hardwood on Stairs?

“Can I install hardwood on stairs?”, said the hopeful customer. My brother Jason and I hear this occasionally, and it always causes us to shiver. Once, many, many years ago, while still young, thin, and energetic cubs, we accepted a customer’s request to install hardwood on their steps. Notice that young, thin, and energetic are not joined by my most valued adjective, smart. More on that later. Hardwood on Stairs Commitment – Mistake #1 Ok, we decided we could do that. Can’t be that bad, huh? This is a Single Day Project, Right? – Mistake #2...Read More

Top 4 Reasons to Take Advantage of Our Hardwood Floor Specials

While we already have the best prices around for hardwood floors, you can save even more money by taking advantage of our incredible specials! These discount flooring specials are the perfect way to make your home look fantastic while getting a tremendous deal on your purchase! Here are the top 4 reasons why you should take advantage of our hardwood floor specials:...Read More

Top 4 Reasons Why Hardwood Floors Are a Better Investment Than Carpets

Hardwood floors and carpets are the two most common choices for covering floor surfaces, so you might be wondering which option offers the better investment! While some folks are initially attracted to the lower cost of carpets, there are many factors to consider rather than just the initial expense. When you break down the true cost of carpets versus hardwood floors, there is no doubt that hardwood flooring comes out on top! Here are the top 4 reasons why hardwood floors are a better investment than carpets:...Read More