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Hardwood Flooring Store in Las Vegas, NV

Luxurious, stylish, and durable, natural hardwood floors can instantly transform any space. A timeless classic that’s been known to last for decades, wood floors will add value, character, and enduring elegance to your home. The best hardwood floors are also wear-resistant, hypoallergenic, and easy to clean.


At Cloud Carpet One Floor & Home in Las Vegas, Nevada, we have a great selection of hardwood flooring options. We also offer hardwood floor installation and refinishing services, and as a locally owned flooring store, our team is always ready to deliver friendly and personalized expert advice.


Are There Different Hardwood Styles?

When it comes to modern wood floors, 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 rich mahogany – 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.


In addition to knowing which hardwood species you want, consider the plank width and length you prefer, shine level, stain color, and texture. Extra-wide hardwood planks are popular today, but they can be prone to warping in humid conditions. Meanwhile, many homeowners like multi-tonal hardwood colors that vary from plank to plank. Beveled edges and rustic textures are also trending. For a more pet-friendly flooring, we also recommend a matte finish if you have pets because glossy hardwood floors tend to show scratches more prominently.


What’s the Difference Between Solid Hardwood and Engineered Hardwood Flooring?

Today’s flooring shoppers have two different types of wood flooring to consider: the more traditional solid hardwood, and the newer, more innovative engineered hardwood. It can be tough to tell the difference between the two upon a glance, but a lot is going on beneath the surface.


What Is Solid Hardwood Flooring?

Solid wood floors are made from a single piece of premium hardwood, such as maple, oak, hickory, birch, mahogany, and more. There are a lot of pros and cons to solid hardwood flooring based on your needs and preferences, including:



What Is Engineered Hardwood Flooring?

A newer contender on the flooring market, engineered hardwood is made with your busy, modern life in mind. Engineered planks are made by laminating layers of composite wood together, with a hardwood veneer at the surface. The pros and cons of engineered hardwood flooring include:


Is Hardwood Flooring Moisture Prone?

Wood naturally draws in moisture – it is a plant after all. So, it makes sense that traditional hardwood flooring is naturally moisture-prone and can be affected negatively by moisture of any kind. While you may think you are in the clear – you don’t plan on large water spills where you’ll be installing your hardwood floors, but spills aren’t the only way that hardwood flooring can be affected by moisture.


Humidity, the relative amount of moisture in the air at a given temperature, can play a big role in how your hardwood flooring performs and lasts no matter what room you install it in. Ideally, the relative humidity of your home should be around 40%. Humidity of either extreme, high or low, can have negative effects on hardwood flooring.



How Does Humidity Affect Hardwood Flooring?

How Is Hardwood Flooring Installed?

Like all flooring installations, perfection and precision should be the overall goals when it comes to ensuring a successful hardwood flooring installation. It starts with careful room measurements and a thorough inventory of your existing subfloor. Accuracy of 100% is crucial when it comes to ensuring your floor planks are sized properly, and subtle subfloor imperfections – which can often go unnoticed if you’re not sure what you’re looking for – can permanently mar the final result. And that’s just the beginning.


We recommend avoiding installation in entryways and kitchens and bathrooms. While it’s obvious why we recommend avoiding kitchens and bathrooms – hello moisture – places like entryways are home to a lot of dirt and dust. Dirt and dust can cause a lot of wear on the hardwood flooring and mean you’ll be needing to refinish or replace them sooner. Our in-house hardwood installation experts are truly masters of their craft. Always keeping current on the latest products, techniques, and tools, our hardwood installers will always treat your home as if it were their very own. A professional installation gives you peace of mind that the hardwood flooring you’re investing in today will serve you well into the future, with as little disruption to your schedule as possible.


Is There Quality Hardwood Flooring Near Me?

Find quality hardwood flooring in Las Vegas, Nevada, right here at Cloud Carpet One Floor & Home. As your local flooring experts and neighbors, we’re here to help you, our clients, discover a hardwood product that you can feel great about and enjoy for years to come. That’s why we offer a huge inventory of engineered and solid hardwood flooring options and services in our greater Las Vegas location. Here, you’ll find beautiful collections by hardwood brands, including Carpet One exclusive brands you won’t find anywhere else.


We also regularly feature hardwood flooring sales and because of our membership in the Carpet One cooperative, we can bring you lower prices on quality products. That’s because we have more buying power through our co-op, which means we can stay locally owned while also bringing you affordable prices. Visit us today to learn more, and don’t forget to ask about our hardwood installation, hardwood refinishing, and warranties if you’re interested. Can’t wait to get started? You can also browse our hardwood selection online.




Learn More About Hardwood






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How Do You Clean Hardwood Flooring?


If properly maintained, hardwood can last for decades.

Here are a few simple tips for keeping your new wood

floors looking beautiful.




The Beautiful Guarantee


We all change our minds sometimes, and

if your floor doesn’t live up to your expectations,

we’ll replace it free of charge.





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Types of Hardwood

There’s more to know about solid and engineered

wood flooring. Take a closer look at the important

differences between these two hardwood types.