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Hardwood Flooring Guide

Complement your beautiful home with beautiful hardwood flooring! Hardwood is a natural flooring option that comes in a variety of styles, colors, and plank sizes to choose. Our flooring professionals are more than happy to help you navigate our hardwood selection. Whether you are choosing a solid wood or engineered plank, there is a hardwood floor that will make your house a home.

Carpet One Floor & Home in Tucson, Ora Valley, and Green Valley, AZ is your local flooring retailer. We take the confusion and stress out of buying a new floor for your home. Although hardwood flooring requires an initial investment, it pays itself off in the long-run with timeless beauty and added home value. Homebuyers love hardwood and are willing to pay for a home with 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.

Types of Hardwood

As traditional as hardwood is, it comes in a wide variety of style, sizes, species and more. Different wood species all range in durability, style, and even color. Oak and Maple are incredibly hard woods and are great for homes with a lot of activity. The biggest decision you have to make when choosing hardwood is choosing engineered or solid hardwood. One construction is not better than the other, there reason there are options is so you can choose the right hardwood for your home.

Solid hardwood is considered the original hardwood. The planks feature a simple construction and come in beautiful options that will add value to your home. Engineered hardwood features a modern, layered construction. This construction makes engineered hardwood more stable and resistant to the natural tendency of wood to react to changes in weather and humidity.

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Where can you Install Hardwood?

Hardwood is known as a durable option, but because it is made of wood it does have its limitations when it comes to where you can install it. For example, solid hardwood should only be installed in rooms that are cool, dry and have low traffic like bedrooms, living rooms and dining rooms. Engineered hardwood flooring has a little more wiggle room and can be installed in kitchens, hallways and even basements. So long as you care for your hardwood floors and do not continuously beat on them, they will last a long time in your home. 

Be sure to avoid installing hardwood in places with a lot of heat and moisture like bathrooms and laundry rooms.

Our Hardwood Selection

As part of the Carpet One Floor & Home cooperative, we can name brand and exclusive brands in hardwood flooring. Our exclusives like Rustic River™, Invincible™, and Voyager™ are all backed by our award winning warranties. Be sure to visit our showroom to see our entire collection of hardwood flooring.

Make sure you visit one of our three locations in Tucson, Oro Valley, or Green valley, AZ.

  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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How to Care for Hardwood Floors

Hardwood flooring is durable and long-lasting when properly taken care of. 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.

Hardwood Maintenance
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What are the Different Types of Hardwood

When it comes to choosing hardwood, there are a variety of styles available. The most important decision is deciding if you want solid or engineered hardwood. Follow the link below to learn more about the differences.

Types of Hardwood

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