For most homeowners, cost is a factor when buying hardwood floors. The big box stores and deep discount suppliers offer what seem to be great deals. But do you know what you’re getting when you load up your cart with bargain hardwood? Where is the lumber from? What adhesives were used? Where was the product made and who made it?
Do you live too far away to visit the Baird Brothers’ showroom in Canfield, Ohio? No problem! Do-it-yourselfers, homeowners, remodelers and contractors from Maine to California — and beyond — enjoy the same convenience, availability of superior handcrafted hardwood and service when they order hardwood online.
Everyone loves a good deal. We’ve all seen advertisements, commercials and in-store sales promoting cheaply made hardwood products. Though the sticker price is appealing, inferior hardwood is no bargain.