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Hardwood Flooring Guide 

Add to the value of your home with beautiful hardwood flooring. Hardwood is a natural flooring option that comes in a variety of styles, colors, and plank sizes to choose from. Carpet One Floor & Home of Redding, CA is your local hardwood dealer. Hardwood can make your home feel more open and inviting, and the warm feeling hardwood adds to your space will turn your space into a more appealing area to spend time in.

We are here to help you find the perfect hardwood floor for your home. In addition to its natural beauty, hardwood also features natural durability and are built to last if you care for them regularly and properly. Hardwood is considered one of the original flooring options, and has been time tested over and over again. Home buyers are willing to pay for a home with hardwood floors, so consider investing into a new hardwood floor for your home.

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.

Types of Hardwood

Hardwood is available in a variety of species, styles, colors, plank sizes and more. Different species of wood can range in color and durability, leaving you with a unique floor. Oak and maple are naturally hard wood options, and are great for families with an active household. There are two types of hardwood you can choose from, which is a solid or engineered construction. It is not a matter of which hardwood is better than the other, but rather which would be better suited for your home and lifestyle.

Solid hardwood has its own special characteristics that no other flooring type can replicate. The simple construction allows for wood’s natural beauty to stand out. Engineered hardwood is also made from real wood, and is made up of three to seven wood veneer layers with a finished piece of premium wood on the surface. This layered construction allows for the plank to be more stable and resist the natural tendency of wood to expand or contract.

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Where can you Install Hardwood?

Hardwood is a time-tested long lasting flooring option, but it needs to be installed in certain areas of your home to live out its intended lifecycle. As an example, solid hardwood can only be installed in on and above ground rooms like bedrooms, living rooms, and dining rooms. Due to its simple construction it is not built to handle heavy foot traffic. Engineered hardwood flooring can be installed in kitchens, hallways and even basements due to its durable construction.

Hardwood should not be installed in places with a lot of moisture and humidity like bathrooms and laundry rooms.

Our Hardwood Selection

We are your locally owned source for flooring. As a member of the Carpet One Floor & Home cooperative, we have the ability to carry quality flooring at exceptional prices. Some of our exclusives include Rustic River™, Invincible™, and Voyager™. Be sure to visit our showroom to see our entire collection of hardwood flooring.

  1. Rustic River hardwood
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    Rustic River emphasizes wood's natural character.

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  2. Invincible Hardwood
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    Invincible Hardwood offers premium durability.

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  3. Voyager wood flooring
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    Voyager offers bamboo and cork flooring.

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Hardwood Maintenance Tips

Hardwood is meant to be a long lasting and durable flooring solution for your home. As always, be sure to check with manufacturers instruction’s when cleaning. Follow the link below to learn some tips on how to care for your hardwood floors.

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What are the Different Types of Hardwood?

There are two types of hardwood flooring, solid and engineered. Follow the link below to learn more about each type and find out which would best work in your home.

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