Hardwood flooring is the original traditional flooring option for residential flooring. Its natural beauty and durability are what make hardwood so popular. Hardwood has a reputation to look beautiful whether it is brand new or 100 years old. Not only that but it holds its value and adds value to your home.
You should look at hardwood as an investment into your home. Not because of its cost but because of what it can do for your home. It’s an allergy friendly flooring option, leaving your home feeling more fresh and clean. It is also easy to clean, but does require regular maintenance to stay looking beautiful. Hardwood is available in many different styles, patterns, and species. Hardwood’s design possibilities are expanding, now you can choose multi-length and multi-width planks to give your floors more dimension. Depending on the type of hardwood you choose can impact how it’ll preform in your home.
Solid vs Engineered Hardwood
Solid hardwood floors are known as the more traditional hardwood option. They are best installed above or on grade. Bedrooms and living rooms are ideal to install solid hardwood. The benefit of solid hardwood is that they can be refinished multiple times to keep their good as new look. An engineered hardwood floor is made of multiple real wood veneers and the grains are running in different directions that increase the stability of the plank. They are sturdy enough to be installed on all levels of your home, including kitchens. The only drawback is they can only be refinished once or twice unlike solid hardwood.
Our Hardwood Selection
When it comes to hardwood flooring, we carry the highest quality and the best brands at Smith & Purvis Carpet One Floor & Home in Hammond. You can shop from name brands like Baroque as well as our Carpet One exclusives such as Hanover Hills and Rustic River. You can confidently shop with us knowing you’ll find a quality floor at an exceptional value.
Learn More About Hardwood
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Choosing the right hardwood floor for a room can be confusing when you have so many options. We make it easier for you by providing some tips on how to choose the best hardwood floor for your room.Learn How to Choose Hardwood
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Your new hardwood floor is only as good as its warranty. Make sure you choose the right hardwood floor with a warranty that matches the needs of you and your home.Learn About Hardwood Warranties