Hardwood Flooring Guide
Hardwood flooring is the traditional choice is most residential homes. Its natural durability and beautiful looks makes it still a great choice when updating or replacing the flooring in your home. McLeod Carpet One Floor & Home carries only the best quality hardwood products and brands for our customers. You are receiving both a durable floor and added value to your home. Continue reading below to learn even more about hardwood flooring.
What is The Difference Between Solid and Engineered Hardwood?
Often times, homeowners are unaware that there is a difference between types of hardwood floors. Solid hardwood is just one piece of wood that has a finished surface, whereas engineered hardwood is multiple real-wood veneers cross-pressed together with a finished surface. Both feature special benefits that can improve the functionality of your home. Depending on the room you are installing your floors, speak with one of our professionals about which would be the best fit for your home.
When properly taken care of hardwood floors can last a long time and are very easy to clean. Remember, hardwood is not a waterproof option, so be sure to clean spills up right away to avoid water damage. Hardwood is also allergy friendly, because there is no place for dust or dirt to hide and harmful allergens to thrive.
If you want to learn more about hardwood, visit our showroom and speak with a local flooring expert. We carry both name brands as well as Carpet One exclusives like Rustic River.
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Why Should I Choose Hardwood?
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Different Hardwood Flooring Types
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Solid vs Engineered Hardwood
When it comes to hardwood construction, you have two options: engineered or solid. One type may be better suited for your home than the other. Follow the link below to learn more.Learn About Hardwood Types