Natural and beautiful floors are desirable options for many homeowners alike. Hardwood embodies both characteristics and more, they are long lasting as well as durable. Installing hardwood in your home would give it a timeless appeal as well as added value.
Hardwood flooring is looked at as an investment into your home. You’ll want to make sure you choose a floor that you will love for years to come. Hardwood can complement your current home décor or you can redesign your room around a new floor. Hardwood comes in a variety of styles, colors, and options for you to explore. You can choose from finished or unfinished planks depending on your budget and timeframe. Rustic and weatherworn looks are currently trending.
Solid vs Engineered Hardwood
Choosing a solid or engineered hardwood floor all comes down to where you want to install it in your home, as well as your expectations for how it will perform. Most solid hardwood floors are thick and can be refinished multiple times, but should be installed in low traffic areas of your home like in bedrooms. Engineered hardwood floors are made to perform anywhere in your home. Although not as thick as solid, they are more stable due to their multi-layer construction and can be installed in places like a hallway or even in living rooms.
Our Hardwood Selection
You can shop from name brands and even our Carpet One exclusives at our Carpet One Floor & Home showroom in Manhattan, KS. We offer premium services as well as products, and our knowledgeable staff are trained flooring professionals there to answer any questions you may have.
Featured brands we carry include: Paramount Flooring, Canoe Bay, Mullican, Shaw Hardwood, Triangulo Exotic Hardwood, and Lockwood Flooring.
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