Wood Floor Installation

Fabricio Hardwood Floors is a Charlotte NC based company that specializes in wood floor installation. We install solid and engineered hardwood flooring, as well as laminates and luxury vinyl planks (LVP). We have years of experience, have installed over a thousand floors in the Charlotte NC area and have a team of talented installers who are committed to professional excellence. 

When you choose Fabricio Hardwood Floors for your wood floor installation,  you can count us to deliver results that will far exceed your expectations. 

Charlotte, NC wood Floor Installation

At Fabricio Hardwood Floors, wood floor installation is our specialty. We have over 10 years of experience installing several types of flooring in Charlotte NC including: 

  • Solid hardwood floors – pre-finished and unfinished
  • Engineered wood flooring
  • Laminate floors
  • Luxury Vinyl Planks (LVP)

Fabricio Hardwood Floors work with all types of wood species, including oak, maple and cherry.  Additional options include birch, walnut, ash, mahogany, teak, mesquite and jarrah.  Reclaimed hardwood is also a popular flooring option we install that will give your floors immediate style and character. We work with several premier suppliers in the Charlotte NC area.

Charlotte hardwood floor installation

Hardwood floors are the most sought after material for flooring. They are beautiful, durable and naturally create a warm and inviting environment. Before starting your hardwood flooring installation project, there are a few decisions that will need to be made  including  the type of flooring material (solid or engineered), board sizes, wether the boards are finished or unfinished and finally, the stain color. 

If you live in the metro Charlotte NC area, the flooring professionals at Fabricio Hardwood Floors can provide you with all the expert guidance needed for your wood floor installation project so you can achieve fantastic results. To determine the hardwood floor installation cost for your flooring project, call Fabricio Hardwood Floors today at (704) 774-7882 or fill out our online estimate request form

Recent wood floor installation projects Completed in Charlotte NC

At Fabricio Hardwood Floors, our workmanship and expertise are the best there is among hardwood flooring installation companies in Charlotte NC. No matter the size or cost of your project, you can expect a high level of professionalism and superior customer service from us. We take pride in our craft and the work we do. Those attributes are reflected in the quality of our flooring installations. 

From simple to intricate designs, we can install the flooring you’ve always wanted for your home! To view more of our current work, visit our social media page.

Solid verus engineered wood floors

Solid hardwood floors are made entirely of timber, about 3/4 of an inch thick. Even though they are more expensive than engineered and laminate flooring, there are many benefits associated with hardwood floors. They are durable, can be sanded and refinished time and time again and can last you more than a life time. 

Because solid hardwood floors are a natural product, they create a certain warmth and homeyness.  There is a large selection of wood species to choose from, as well as many board sizes and stain colors, so matching hardwood floors with the rest of your home should be a fairly easy process. Solid wood floors are nailed or stapled down (not glued or floating). 

Hardwood floors are sought after by many home buyers and add value to a home. They are the material of choice for flooring and those who can afford solid wood floors.  Engineered wood is better than solid wood when it comes to moisture – solid hardwood floors should not be installed in bathrooms and if installed in a kitchen, having a rubber mat by the sink is highly recommended to protect your floor from spills. 

Engineered hardwood floors are made of layers – a thin slice of solid wood atop a layers of plywood.  Unlike solid wood boards, most engineered boards come pre-finished (already stained). Because the layer of solid wood is actually pretty thin, most engineered wood boards can only be lightly sanded once or twice before they have to be replaced.

Engineered wood floors are durable, but not as much as solid wood. Because the solid wood surface is thin, it can chipp, scratch or become de-laminated if stressed beyond normal conditions. Engineered wood are easier to install than solid wood floor since they are many ways to install them including stappling, nailing, glue and fold and lock. Just as solid wood floors, engineered wood floors improve the value, both perceived and actual, of a home.


Unfinished wood boards offer the option of having floors stained to the desired color on location and sealed for water resistance. This makes the process of matching floors with the rest of the home a lot easier easier. But it also involved more work and more cost. 

Finished wood boards come already pre-stained and coated from the factory. It makes the process of installing floors a lot faster since there is no staining or applying multiple coats of urethane.

Why choose us for your wood floor installation?

Fabricio Hardwood Floors has served the Charlotte NC area for over 10 years. We have been involved in all types for wood floor installation projects and install on average about 60,000 square of hardwood floors per month. We are the local experts in hardwood floor installation. We also know wood products very well. We combine professionalism, expertise, quality products, excellent work ethics and customer service to achieve results that delight our customers and surpass their expectations. 

We have referrals we can provide you and reviews you read on our social media. Our in-home estimates are free and we respond to inquiries quickly. If you want a quote for your flooring project from a reputable Charlotte NC hardwood flooring installation company, give us a call today. 

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