When you’re planning to install new hardwood floors in your home, finding the right planks starts with setting a budget that you’re comfortable spending. However, it can be hard to decide on a good starting point for your budget if you don’t know what affects your wide plank hardwood flooring cost.
If you’re curious to learn how we price or how to buy wide plank flooring, we hope you’ll continue reading to learn more about our different options.
Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring Cost
Our customers love that we have a variety of different wide plank flooring options, which allows them to customize the look of their homes. Of course, these different flooring options all have a different base price, which can impact the total cost of your project.
Below, you’ll learn more about our different wide plank flooring options and where they fall on our cost scale.
If you’re looking for a cost-efficient wide plank flooring option, consider ordering unfinished flooring from Oak & Broad. We’ll help you choose the perfect texture, grade, and color for your home, then we’ll send you beautiful unfinished flooring that your installer can finish onsite.
We specialize in creating custom wide plank flooring options for our customers, but we recognize that not every homeowner wants a completely custom look. That’s why we’ve created a few wide plank flooring collections based on some of the most popular styles we’ve designed over the years.
These flooring collections are a mid-range price option, perfect for homeowners who want beautiful wide plank floors but don’t want to create a design from scratch. Even if you choose an option from one of our collections, your floors will still be custom-made for your home, but it helps to keep costs lower and makes the design process easier for you.
If you have a specific idea in your mind of what you want your new flooring to look like, this is likely the best option for you. In working with our expert designers, we’ll collaborate with you to choose every single detail of your flooring for a completely custom look. No matter what color, texture, or width you have in mind for your new floor, we can make it happen.
Of course, choosing to personalize your flooring will cost more than choosing an unfinished option or flooring from one of our collections. The total cost of your planks will largely depend on the different options you choose.
Do you want to make a design statement with your new floor? Consider adding patterned flooring in a unique design to make your floor look like a piece of art. Depending on the type and complexity of the pattern you want, this can be one of the more expensive flooring options.
If you want the beautiful look of patterned flooring but want to keep costs a bit lower, you can order it unfinished and have your installer finish it onsite.
Why Choose Oak & Broad?
We hold ourselves to the highest standards and we recognize that creating the best hardwood floors for our customers is about more than just wood and tools. What sets us apart is that we take the time to listen to you, give expert wide plank flooring advice, and bring your ideas to life, crafting the finest wide plank hardwood floors on the market.
Schedule a Design Consultation Today
Are you ready to start planning your flooring project? Set up an initial design consultation with us by calling 800-808-0240 or contacting us online. In it, we’ll be able to give you a better idea of how much your flooring will cost based on what you want in your home.
Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring Cost FAQs
Is wide plank flooring more expensive?
It can be, but it ultimately depends on the complexity of the design, the type of wood you choose, etc. Our design consultants can help you price out different options as you plan your project.
Does the width of my floor affect the cost?
It can, yes. Generally speaking, the wider the planks, the more expensive the floor, but that’s not always the case. It also depends on the different design options you choose.