The Impressions Flooring Collection

Satisfaction in Every Step
Get 3 Free Samples

Impressions Flooring Collection

Satisfaction in Every Step
Get 3 Free Samples

Help!

Where do I start?

If you aren’t sure where to start, click here to visit Floors 101. Floors 101 is a great way to learn a little more about all of the things you’ll need to know!

I Know

Exactly what I’m looking for!

If you know you’re looking for, head over. to the sample department. There, you can browse through our options and we’ll be happy to send you 3 free samples!

Cleaner

I have my floor. How do I clean it?

You’ve got a great Impressions floor already installed in your home. Now you need to make sure it lasts! Take care of your new floor with Impressions floor cleaner.

Find a flooring dealer near you!

Find a flooring dealer near you!

Look through our floors by color!

Melbourne Chai

Brown

Melbourne Chai

Dark Brown

Melbourne Chai

Gold/Honey

Melbourne Chai

Gray

Red

Natural

Tan/Beige

Look through our floors by color!

Melbourne Chai

Brown

Melbourne Chai

Gray

Tan/Beige

Melbourne Chai

Dark Brown

Red

Melbourne Chai

Gold/Honey

Natural

Looking for the perfect hardwood floor? Browse by style!

Eclectic

Luxurious

Modern

Rustic

Traditional

Looking for the perfect hardwood floor? Browse by style!

Eclectic

Luxurious

Modern

Rustic

Traditional

The Right Wood Floor For You

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Solid Hardwood Floor or

Engineered Hardwood Floor?

If you’re in the market for a hardwood floor, but aren’t quite sure what the difference is between a solid hardwood floor and an engineered hardwood floor, you’re not alone. We get this question a lot. Many people are under the mistaken idea that an engineered floor is a “fake” wood floor (like a laminate or luxury vinyl) that is created to look like a real wood floor. In fact, engineered hardwood floors are real wood, just like a solid floor. The big difference is that an engineered floor consists of some kind of core (like plywood or MDF) topped with a layer of the desired species. Once it is installed, your feet will be touching the exact same thing with an engineered oak floor or a solid oak floor. Each is a great choice! Click here to learn more about engineered hardwoods.