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Hardwood Flooring Guide

Considered to be the ultimate in luxury flooring by many, natural hardwood can instantly transform every space it touches. A timeless classic that’s been known to last for multiple generations, hardwood value represents lasting value and enduring elegance.

Truly, there’s much to love about natural hardwood flooring. A word to this wise, however: hardwood flooring can represent a significant investment on the homeowner’s part, so the decision to install new hardwood flooring should never be made hastily.

Still thinking of adding hardwood flooring to your property and hoping to make an educated decision?  Here’s what you need to know about hardwood flooring.

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.

Solid Hardwood vs. Engineered Hardwood

Modern technology has created a hardwood geared towards current concerns. Therefore, today’s flooring shoppers have two types of hardwood families to consider: the more traditional solid hardwood, and the newer, more innovative engineered hardwood. It can be tough telling the difference between the two upon a glance, but there’s a lot going on beneath the surface.

Solid hardwood consists of solid wood planks. The original hardwood flooring, solid hardwood is often found in vintage construction and is still preferred by many, due to its amazing strength and authentic beauty. Solid hardwood can be refinished and restored over and over again. However, this stunning floor comes at an impressive cost, and therefore should only be installed in certain spaces. It’s not recommended for wet or humid environments, and solid hardwood cannot be installed below grade.

A newer contender on the flooring market, engineered hardwood is made with your busy, modern life in mind. Engineered hardwood is also composed of 100% wood, but instead of solid wood planks, this innovative plank is crafted in multiple layers. This results in denser flooring that’s more affordable, is compatible with below-grade installations, and can withstand splashes and spills. It can also be refinished a handful of times over its lifetime.

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Hardwood Species

When it comes to hardwood flooring, it’s all about having plenty of choices. The truth is an entire forest of flooring options awaits you. There are hand-scraped oaks, wire-brushed pine, and shimmering mahoganies – and that’s only the beginning. Regardless of your personal style choices, there’s hardwood flooring that’s a perfect fit for you and your space.

Our Hardwood Flooring Selection

At Cloud Carpet One Floor & Home, we enjoy helping our clients discover a hardwood floor that they can feel great about. That’s why we stock hundreds of both engineered and solid hardwood flooring options in all of our greater Las Vegas locations. There, you’ll find beautiful options by Armstrong, Lauzon, Rustic River, Shaw, Mirage, and more.

  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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Flooring Guide

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Hardwood Installation

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Hardwood Maintenance

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

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