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Hardwood Flooring in Greeley, CO

Properly placed and installed, your hardwood flooring will grace your home for decades to come, beautifying your property and standing the test of time. Are you dreaming in hardwood? With our hot summers and freezing winters, it’s essential to choose your hardwood carefully, but not to worry: West Point Carpet One Floor & Home in Greeley, CO, is your destination for better hardwood flooring choices.

 

Decorating With Hardwood Flooring

 

Hardwood flooring can be integrated into virtually any style scenario.

 

Choose from a wide range of:

 

There are rustic, weathered planks for those who prefer vintage charms, as well as sleek, lean, and high-gloss hardwoods that lend well to contemporary styles.

 

What Type of Wood is Used For Hardwood Floors?

 

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.

 

Including domestic and exotic species like:

 

Each hardwood species has unique traits and will vary in price, hardness levels, and appearance. Our experts can help you make sensible selections based on your budget, preferences, and activity levels.

 

What’s the Difference Between Engineered and Solid Hardwood?

 

Engineered hardwood flooring is made up of 3 to 7 layers of real wood veneers and a surface layer of premium wood. This layered construction prevents the wood from expanding or contracting from humidity. It also creates stability, so the planks handle daily activity. Engineered hardwood flooring is more affordable and durable than solid hardwood. It can be installed on all levels of your home, including in finished basements. 

 

Solid hardwood flooring has a simplistic construction that allows the natural characteristics of the planks to stand out. Solid hardwood is beautiful and can help to add real estate value to your home but is limited in where you can install it. It should be kept in dry, cool spaces of your home that do not see much foot traffic, like a bedroom or home office. Solid hardwood flooring can also be refinished to extend its life in your home.

 

So, Where Can I Install a Hardwood Floor?

 

We recommend installing hardwood in areas where there isn't major moisture or heavy foot traffic. Solid hardwood can be installed in most bedrooms and living rooms. Engineered hardwood flooring can handle busier homes and can be used below grade, and other spaces where solid wood isn’t suitable. Be sure to work with one our hardwood experts to make an appropriate choice.

 

How To Protect Your Hardwood Floor From Humidity

 

We often pore over weather forecasts, but what’s your interior forecast looking like? If you plan to install hardwood, it’s time to pay closer attention to what’s happening under your roof. Hardwood flooring requires a consistent interior climate to keep it at its best. Extreme cold, heat, or humidity can make for shrinking, swelling, or damaged planks: none of which is conducive to a beautiful home.

 

Fortunately, it’s easy to avoid these pitfalls with a bit of help from our experts. Keeping a consistent relative humidity level of 42 percent is easy to do using helpful home accessories like humidistats and hydrometers. Other appliances, like air conditioners and insulated drapes, can further assist you in this ongoing goal.

 

Check Out Our Hardwood Floor Selection

 

At West Point Carpet One Floor & Home, we enjoy helping our clients find hardwood flooring they can feel great about. We carry hundreds of varieties, both engineered and solid hardwood, in our Greeley retail center, in all the best hardwood flooring brands. We also offer hardwood installation and other related services. Visit us today and hear what hardwood has to offer; or browse our selection online today.

 

 

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Hardwood Refinishing

 

Hardwood floor refinishing could be just the service you need to make your hardwood floors look brand-new. If your hardwoods look worn, scratched, or dull, refinishing your floors is an excellent way to bring them back to life.

 

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How to Care for YourHardwood Floors

 

Taking care for your hardwood floors is easier than you would think. Learn more about how to keep your floors looking new as the day you got them.

 

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