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Water Damage Wood Floor Specialists
Providing high quality repairs, refinishing, or replacement of your wood floor system.
We are your advocate and we work for you, not the insurance company.
The insurance company’s contractors work for and are paid by the insurance company.
“You have the right to have your home repaired by the repair person of your choice”.
“You have the right to reject any settlement amount including any unfair valuation offered by the insurance company”.
Let Boatright Hardwood Floors guide you through the process to put your home back together.


Solid Wood Flooring

Made of solid lumber. Available in both unfinished and pre-finished. Solid wood flooring comes in several forms including:

Strip and Plank: solid boards with thicknesses of 1/2″ to 3/4″ and widths of 1-1/2″, 2-1/4″, or 31/4” and custom widths of 3” to 8” and greater.

Parquet: patterns made from individual wood pieces

Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered Wood Flooring is made by bonding thin layers of lumber with an attractive veneer finish. It also is available unfinished and pre-finished. Engineered wood flooring comes in the following forms and sizes:

Strip and Plank:  engineered boards with thicknesses of 5/16″ to 3/4” and widths of 2” to 8” wide.

Parquet: engineered wood tile patterns available in sizes of standard 9″ by 9″ and custom sizes.

Solid Wood Flooring or Engineered Wood Flooring:

Most solid wood strip or plank can only be installed with nails over a wood subfloor. Solid wood parquet and short length strip or plank can be installed with an adhesive on a variety of non-wood subfloors. Solid wood flooring is very susceptible to moisture and cannot be used below grade, in areas such as basements, or in high humidity environments.

Engineered flooring can be installed with adhesive on a variety of subfloors. Some engineered strip and plank can be installed with nails over wood subfloors. Some engineered flooring can be installed as a “floating” floor without fastening to the subfloor, by using a bonded tongue and groove technique (used to install over an existing vinyl floor). Engineered flooring is much less susceptible to the effects of moisture, and can be used below grade or in humid climates.

"Bringing the highest quality wood flooring to
Central Texas for over 50 years."

Committed to excellence and
superior workmanship.