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About Hardwood Flooring

Considered the ultimate flooring luxury, natural hardwood flooring immediately transforms each room it graces. Classical and timeless, hardwood floors have the ability to survive multiple generations: truly a picture of enduring elegance and value.

When it comes down to it, there’s a lot to love about hardwood flooring and it has many, many benefits. Still, this beautiful and transcendent flooring simply isn’t suitable for every space. Hardwood flooring is a sizable investment and the decision to install it mustn’t be made in haste.

Properly placed and installed, your hardwood flooring will grace your home for decades to come, beautifying your property and standing the test of time. So, are you still dreaming in hardwood? 

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.

Where Can Hardwood Be Installed?

Hardwood flooring is popular in homes because it can add style, luxury, and value. However, we only recommend installing hardwood in areas where there isn't moisture or heavy foot traffic. Hardwood, for example, can be installed in most bedrooms and living rooms. There are some durable wood flooring options that can handle busier homes, but be sure to work with one our hardwood experts to make an appropriate choice.

An abundance of choices is the name of the game when it comes to hardwood flooring, with new varieties regularly being introduced to the market. Whatever your tastes are, there’s sure to be hardwood flooring that fits right in. From rustic pine to glossy teak, and everything in between, there’s a species and style to compliment every space.

You can also take advantage of other wood flooring options such as cork flooring and bamboo flooring. Cork and bamboo are usually more durable than traditional hardwood.


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Solid vs Engineered Hardwood

Common concerns have inspired hardwood flooring for modern times. That’s why today’s shoppers are encountering two types of hardwood flooring families - the innovative and newer engineered hardwood and the traditional solid hardwood. While both types of hardwood have a similar look and feel, there’s more to hardwood flooring than meets the eye.

Solid hardwood is made of solid wood plank – the original hardwood flooring. This type of hardwood typically adores vintage construction, as it’s been known to stand strong for decades and even centuries. Solid hardwood is fully restorable and can be repeatedly refinished. It does not, however, fare well in spaces that fall below grade. It’s also incompatible with wetter environments.

A modern answer to some of the above dilemmas, engineered hardwood can be installed below grade, and boasts some water resistance. Crafted in multiple wooden layers, engineered hardwood tends to be sturdier, while it’s also more affordable. It can also be installed below grade.  You’ll often encounter this innovative flooring in finished basements, where it can even be refinished once or twice over its lifespan.

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Our Hardwood Flooring Selection

At West Point Carpet One Floor & Home, we enjoy helping our clients find hardwood flooring they can feel great about. We carry hundreds and hundreds of varieties, both engineered and solid hardwood, in our Greeley retail center, including fine selections by Mannington, Shaw, Mullican, Armstrong, Abode, Elements, Bella Cera, Palo Duro, Provenza, High Country, and more.  We also offer hardwood installation and other related services. Visit us today and hear what hardwood has to offer.

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Choose the Best Hardwood

Let our experts help you choose the best hardwood flooring option for your home setting.

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Hardwood Inspiration

Do you find yourself in need of some inspiration? Take a look at this hardwood slideshow to see how hardwood flooring can fit into any home.

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Solid and Engineered Hardwood

We offer two types of hardwood flooring constructions: solid and engineered. Each type features its own special characteristics and features. Follow the link below to learn more.

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