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Hardwood Flooring Guide

One of the most traditional ways to floor, natural hardwood flooring is sturdy, enduring, and always elegant. Celebrated for its natural beauty, hardwood flooring is also renowned for its ability to transform.  Organic and innovative, hardwood flooring has certainly evolved over the years and today’s technologies have presented us with hardwood flooring that can go where previously it could not.

With careful maintenance, your hardwood flooring will remain beautifully intact for future generations to admire. Adding value and texture, hardwood floors can also make your rooms appear larger than they really are. Hardwood grains also add significant depth to your floor. Still, hardwood flooring isn’t always the right choice for all situations.

Are you longing for hardwood flooring? Here are some facts to help you make some informed decisions regarding your next new floor.

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

Many different tree species are made to produce hardwood flooring. Each has its own respective attributes. For those who enjoy living “green,” sustainable species such as cork and bamboo are great choices. On the other hand, those who are attracted to traditional décor might prefer more popular woods like oak, pine, or maple. We carry many popular wood variations, but you can expect to discover some new favorites on your next visit, as well!

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Solid vs Engineered Hardwood

Solid hardwood flooring is the original hardwood flooring. It is built using a single piece of hardwood to comprise a single plank. Undoubtedly sturdy and visually stunning, solid hardwood is prized by historians and traditionalists. Since it has infinite refinishing capabilities, solid hardwood is also a smart decision for those who plan to redecorate frequently.

Engineered hardwood flooring is the answer to challenging situations where hardwood is desired, but is ill advised in its original form. Since engineered hardwood is crafted in many layers and has water-resisting abilities, this type of hardwood is a good candidate for spaces below grade. It can handle humidity and is less susceptible to dents or scratches.

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Our Hardwood Flooring Selection

At Carpet One Floor & Home in Farmington, we offer up one of the most comprehensive hardwood flooring inventories around the region. We have a passion for assisting each customer in finding flooring they’re going to love for years to come. We’re proud members of Carpet One Floor & Home, which is the nation’s largest cooperative of independent flooring stores. This effectively gives us the buying power of over a thousand vendors. Visit us at 3456 East Main Street in Farmington, NM and explore our ever expanding inventory of engineered and solid hardwood flooring, as well as our hardwood installation services.

We have hardwood brands such as Invincible Hardwood, Hanover Hills, Estate Collection, California Classics, and LM Flooring.

  1. Rustic River hardwood

    Rustic River emphasizes wood's natural character.

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  2. Invincible Hardwood

    Invincible Hardwood offers premium durability.

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  3. Voyager wood flooring

    Voyager offers bamboo and cork flooring.

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Choose Hardwood

Hardwood flooring is popular in home settings because it adds natural style and even value. Learn why you should choose hardwood.

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Hardwood Maintenance

If properly maintained, hardwood flooring can last for decades in your home. Learn more about hardwood maintenance.

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Solid vs Engineered Hardwood

Solid and engineered hardwood can be very different and look very similar. Find out what type of hardwood you should get for your home.

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