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Indianapolis Hardwood Floors

Increase The Value of Your Home With Hardwood Floors

Hardwood Floors For Your Indianapolis Home

Hardwood floors are an investment in beauty and style that lasts. Studies show that hardwood floors add value to homes, but the real value comes in the way they enhance your living space and life every day.

We encourage Indianapolis homeowners to have the home they love long before they sell it, but when it comes time to sell, buyers are willing to pay top dollar for homes with hardwood floors.

Builders consider hardwood an upgrade, they don’t charge extra for carpet. And hardwoods can always be sanded and stained to suit a new or existing homeowner’s changing tastes.


Adrianna – Oak Cocoa


Adrianna – Oak Honey


Adrianna – Oak Natural


Alviso Tigerwood – Tigerwood Natural


Anchorage – Oak Chestnut


Architexture – Carmel Oak


Arroyo – Brazilian Cherry Natural


Arroyo – Brazilian Cherry 5 Natural


Adventura – Oak Chestnut


Adventura – Oak Cognac


Brandisi Plank – Mocha Maple


Barnhill Uniclic – Hickory Copper



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Plus, as more and more conversation happens around indoor air quality, hardwood floors come out the clear winner. Especially for the 35 million Americans who suffer from allergies.

Many carpets emit small levels of VOCs (volatile organic compounds), especially within the first 72 hours of installation, and they can trap some of the biggest allergy offenders including dust, pet dander and mold.

According to the EPA, hardwood floors also greatly reduce the accumulation of pesticides we track into our homes from our yards and gardens.

ProSand carries the highest quality hardwood selection available, including solid hardwood, popular engineered wood, every available wood species, styles pre-finished in the factory or unfinished styles we stain and finish in your home. You can choose from different board widths, shine levels and distressed or hand-scraped options.


Solid Hardwood vs. Engineered Wood

Solid hardwood flooring is milled from 100 percent solid wood. Hardwood flooring, just like any hardwood, expands and contracts with seasonal fluctuations in temperature and humidity.

These changes can be accommodated by leaving an expansion gap between the edge of the floor and the wall at installation. This space is hidden by base molding or quarter round. All varieties of solid hardwood can be resanded and refinished.

Engineered hardwood floors are also 100 percent wood, but rather than one solid piece of wood, three to five layers of solid hardwood are permanently bonded together in a cross-ply construction. The fused layers provide more dimensional stability, meaning engineered hardwood floors are less prone to expand, contract, crack or split with humidity and temperature fluctuations. Its cross-ply construction also allows for installation above and below grade, including over concrete.

Some engineered woods can be lightly resanded and refinished, but this depends on the thickness.

Wood Species

Each wood species—there are more than 50 available—has unique natural characteristics like varying wood grain patterns, knots, streaks, wormholes and color variations. They are also rated by level of hardness or durability using the Janka Rating System, a chart that ranks wood species from hardest to softest.

Read more on the different types of hardwood flooring from our series according to the Janka Hardness Rating Scale:

We offer Indianapolis homeowner favorites, including oak, maple, hickory, walnut, pine, Brazilian and American cherry and walnut as well as less common and exotic varieties. And each species can be ordered unfinished or factory-finished. Many varieties also feature additional hand or factory scraping and distressing.

Site-finished or Prefinished

With unfinished wood, the ProSand team will sand the wood and apply your custom stain and finish onsite. This option gives homeowners the chance to match an existing stain, have unlimited stain and finish options and create a custom look. All site finished jobs come with a lifetime warranty on finish and installation.

Factory or prefinished wood is ready to install once it acclimates to your home, usually a two-week process where the wood is stored in your home to adjust to the temperature and humidity.

This ensures that the majority of expansion and contraction happens before the floor is installed. Prefinished hardwood floors require less time to install since they are already stained and finished and simply need to be cut and installed. Floors are ready to walk on immediately.

Board Widths

Wood planks come in a variety of widths, with the most popular ranging from 2 ¼-4” and others measuring up to 5-6” wide. Some homeowners will mix planks of different widths with the same stain and finish as a way to add visual interest and character.


Many people are familiar with polyurethane, a strong sealing topcoat for wood. ProSand uses a two-part finishing system that is actually 3-4 times harder than polyurethane and dries in a fraction of the time. Our oil-based finish is rated for commercial use, which means that the same quality finish that’s used in high-traffic sports facilities or museums, is used in your home. We also guarantee our finish for life.

Shine Levels

Like many design choices, shine levels are a matter of personal preference and lifestyle.

Matte is the most natural, low luster finish, both rustic and refined. Good for active kitchens, holds up well to general traffic and is very forgiving of wear and tear from children and pets.

Satin is approximately 20 percent shinier than matte, still with a low luster shine. Similar style of matte as well as excellent at hiding wear and tear from pets and children. Very popular and modern choice.

Semi gloss is approximately 50 percent shinier than matte and is the most requested of all shine levels. Traditional, all-around finish that compliments shinier traditional and contemporary furniture.

Gloss tends to be used in commercial settings for sports venues, museums, bars and restaurants because it accentuates color and detail and creates a focal point. We don’t recommend gloss finish for most homeowners as the shine accentuates footprints, scratches and general wear and is very high maintenance.

Being informed about your choices is always a benefit, but sometimes you’ll know it when you see it. We’ll help you navigate choices that fit your style, budget and life.

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