Hardwood Flooring Guide
Floor Covering Brokers Carpet One Floor & Home is your local retailer in Traverse City, MI when it comes to all things flooring. We offer a great selection of hardwood flooring for your home. You’ll find a wide variety of styles, colors, species and more when you stop by our showroom. Our sales team is professionally trained and can answer any question you have about the hardwood in our showroom.
Even though hardwood is an investment, your home will see the benefits almost right away. There are many benefits to installing hardwood in your home. Not only does it add style and sophistication to your space, it also adds some value to your home as well.
Is Solid or Engineered Hardwood Better?
When shopping for new hardwood floors, you have a few options including choose from solid or engineered planks. The video above does a good job explaining the differences between the two. What really sets them apart though is where you can install them. Solid hardwood floors are perfect for rooms like your bedroom or a home office. Engineered floors are made to be more stable, so they can handle places with heavy foot traffic, and can resist expanding and contracting due to changes in temperature making them good options for kitchens.
Determining the needs of your space and project will help you in the decision between solid and engineered hardwood.
Our Hardwood Flooring Selection
Floor Covering Brokers Carpet One Floor & Home has everything you need when it comes to hardwood flooring. We carry name brands and even Carpet One exclusives including Invincible™ Hardwood and Rustic River™.
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Hardwood Flooring Types
When you shop hardwood in our showroom, you will be able to choose between solid and engineered hardwood options. We’ll break down the differences so you can decide which is best for you.Learn About Hardwood Types
How to Maintain Hardwood Floors
If you want to extend the life of your hardwood floors and keep their beautiful appearance, the properly caring for your hardwood floors is very important. Follow the link below for some hardwood care tips.Hardwood Care