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Learn About Hardwood Flooring

A classical component of many traditional homes, hardwood flooring is a true original. Highly coveted and always admirable, hardwood boasts many beautiful attributes, both then and now. Further refined by modern innovation, today’s hardwood flooring can boldly go where it couldn’t go before.

Your new hardwood floor, if installed and maintained properly, will add significant value to your property. Adding richness and warm wood grain to your space, hardwood also creates a sense of depth, making your interior look larger. Indeed, there are many things to love about natural hardwood flooring. However, this beautiful floor isn’t compatible with every space, and as always, it’s important to make an informed decision.

Have you always wanted a hardwood floor? Here are some things you might like to know:

Expert Advice - Hardwood Styles

Join our very own Jim Aaron, VP of Merchandising for Carpet One Floor & Home, for some information on the all the different looks and style available in hardwood floors.

Hardwood Species

Whether engineered or solid, domestic or exotic, your hardwood flooring choices are as vast as the world’s forests. For those who prefer to keep it local, there are hardwood floor options made in species native to your surrounding area: indigenous pine and oak, or even maple. Or, perhaps you’re an armchair traveler of sorts, and prefer something a bit more exotic? For you, perhaps a dark mahogany or even a rustic teak might best suit your fancy? You’ll find it all here.

 

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Solid vs Engineered Hardwood

Solid hardwood floors used to be the only kind of hardwood flooring available. Made from solid planks of wood, solid hardwood flooring is undoubtedly stunning and, if properly situated and maintained, will last indefinitely as it can be refinished as many times as you need to.

A modern-day solution for many decorating dilemmas, engineered hardwood flooring makes hardwood flooring an option where it previously wasn’t compatible. While engineered hardwood is made entirely of wood, unlike its traditional counterpart, this modern marvel is made of multiple layers for added density. It can handle humidity and moisture much better than solid hardwood, and it tends to be more affordable. Engineered hardwood can be used in spaces not suitable for solid hardwood, including finished basements.

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Our Hardwood Flooring Selection

At Royal Carpet One Floor & Home, we’re always eager to help our clients find hardwood flooring that they will love living with. Since we’re a proud member of America’s largest collaborative of independently owned flooring stores, Carpet One Floor & Home, we can also offer you the buying power of over a thousand other North American stores. Visit us in Fernley, NV soon, and explore our ever expanding inventory of engineered and solid hardwood flooring: we also offer hardwood flooring installation and other related services.

We have Carpet One exclusive brands such as Rustic River and Invincible, and we also have Mannington and Baroque.

  1. Rustic River hardwood
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    Rustic River emphasizes wood's natural character.

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  2. Invincible Hardwood
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    Invincible Hardwood offers premium durability.

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  3. Voyager wood flooring
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    Voyager offers bamboo and cork flooring.

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Hardwood Installation

Our hardwood flooring installation crew has years of experience and can help you make the process utterly painless and problem free.

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Hardwood Maintenance

If properly maintained, hardwood flooring can last for a long time. Learn more about hardwood maintenance.

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