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Hardwood Flooring in Arizona

If you’re searching for hardwood near you in Arizona, visit Carpet One Floor & Home of Tucson, Green Valley, and Oro Valley, AZ! We're proud to provide smarter hardwood solutions to homeowners throughout Pima County and beyond. Hardwood floors add instant value and style to a wide range of interiors. Enhancing your space with its distinct grains, hardwood flooring is built to endure and amplify style. We carry the top hardwood brands and products. Our knowledgeable team can help you understand your hardwood options.


If your heart is set on new hardwood flooring, we're here to help you realize your goals. Keep reading to learn more about this classic flooring option and where you can install it.


Best Hardwood Flooring Styles

If you love having a wide variety of options, nothing compares to hardwood flooring. With hundreds of products available, there are selections for every style from traditional to trendy. Browse an eclectic array of textures, finishes, and dimensions.


Trending styles include:

  • Rustic & Traditional
  • Natural
  • High-gloss
  • Dark stain
  • White-washed
  • Types of Wood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is sourced from diverse types of tree species. Domestic species remain so the most popular flooring options.  Our flooring experts can advise you on the best choices for your space.


  • Examples of tried-and-true favorites include pine, maple, and oak.
  • For those who prefer something more exotic, consider teak or mahogany.
  • Bear in mind that every tree species has varying degrees of hardness.

Solid Hardwood vs. Engineered Hardwood Flooring

One can't tell solid and engineered hardwood flooring apart simply by looking at them. Nevertheless, significant differences are happening beneath the surface.


Solid Hardwood

Today, solid hardwood is a charming, elegant addition to the home, but it is more of a visually appealing choice than a structural one. Like engineered hardwood, you can find solid hardwood in tons of species, stains, and finishes to choose from.


  • Solid hardwood is usually ¾ inches thick. It’s made in one solid piece directly from the tree it’s cut from.
  • Because it is a living product, solid hardwood will expand and contract with changes in weather.
  • The unique advantage of solid hardwood planks is that you can refinish them after they become worn.
  • Usually, they can be refinished a couple of times before they need to be replaced.

Engineered Hardwood

Engineered hardwood floors are an excellent choice for their beauty and stability. They are crafted with genuine wood, using pressed, cross-grain wood veneers. The cross-grain pattern ensures stability. It also prevents the floors from expanding and contracting with changes in humidity and moisture.


  • While engineered hardwood floors will expand and contract, it will not be as drastic as solid hardwood.
  • To truly fit your design goals, they can be found in species like oak, maple, hickory, ash, and cherry.

Hardwood Flooring Installation

When it comes to hardwood installation, we recommend hiring a professional to install your flooring. Keep in mind that hardwood planks are susceptible to moisture and changes in temperature, which can result in shrinking and expanding boards. For this reason, your hardwood planks may be delivered prior to installation to allow for acclimation.


Where Can My Hardwood Flooring Be Installed?

Solid hardwood flooring will perform its best in dry and quieter rooms with consistent humidity. If you own pets or have small children, consider engineered hardwood flooring. We also offer exclusive hardwood flooring brands, including our Hydrotek waterproof hardwood.


Hardwood flooring can be installed in a variety of spaces:

  • Bedrooms
  • Living Rooms
  • Hallways
  • Dining Rooms
  • Finished Basements (engineered only)

Shop Hardwood Near You - Carpet One in Arizona

Carpet One Floor & Home is an independently owned and operated member of one of the world's most trusted flooring cooperatives. We're proud to serve the hardwood needs of a wide range of residential and commercial consumers. Not sure if hardwood flooring is for you? We are happy to provide many beautiful alternatives to hardwood, including luxury vinyl tile, wood-look tile, and laminate flooring. Please visit one of our showrooms in Tucson, Green Valley, or Oro Valley, AZ to browse our flooring displays and premium brands.

Hardwood Flooring Warranties

Don't wait for an accident to happen: Ensure the longevity of your solid or engineered hardwood floors with these warranty options.
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