At Johnson Carpet One Floor & Home in Duluth, MN we carry only the best quality hardwood brands and products for our customers. Hardwood is no exception to the high standards we hold for all of our flooring. Hardwood flooring is known to be a luxurious and durable flooring product. Let us tell you more about why hardwood is a good fit for your home.
As your local flooring experts, we know hardwood flooring is an investment. Choosing the right hardwood floor can sometimes be confusing, but we are here to help. Hardwood is great for on or above grade rooms such as living rooms and bedrooms. It brings a sense of value to your space.
Types of Hardwood Flooring
Selecting hardwood is a process in itself, but with our SelectAFloor flooring guide we make it easy. Choose from solid or engineered hardwood, exotic or traditional, even choose the color and plank width. You can truly make hardwood flooring custom to your home that fits your lifestyle and personal style.
Continue reading below to learn more about the hardwood flooring we carry and make sure you stop by our Johnson Carpet One showroom in Duluth, MD and speak with one of our flooring experts.
Hardwood flooring is a naturally beautiful and durable flooring solution for your home. Hardwood floors are designed to last for years in your home when properly cared for. As your local flooring retailer, Johnson Carpet One Floor & Home in Duluth, MN stays on top of the latest hardwood flooring trends. Hardwood continues to be a popular choice among homeowners because of its value adding style and beauty.
Hardwood flooring requires an initial investment, but is immediately rewarding as soon as it is installed in your home. We are here to help you find the perfect hardwood floor for your home. Homebuyers love hardwood and are willing to pay for a home with hardwood flooring. In addition to its natural beauty, hardwood also features natural durability and are built to last if you care for them regularly and properly.
Where to Install Hardwood
To ensure your hardwood floors last their intended lifecycle, it is important to know where and where you cannot install hardwood flooring around your home. For example, solid hardwood can only be installed in, on, and above ground rooms like bedrooms, living rooms, and dining rooms. Due to its simple construction it is not build to handle heavy foot traffic. Engineered hardwood flooring can be installed in kitchens, hallways and even basements due to its durable construction.
Hardwood should not be installed in places with a lot of moisture and humidity like bathrooms and laundry rooms.
Why Should I Choose Hardwood
Hardwood brings beauty and character to any room it is installed in. Choose to stick with the latest trends or go for something traditional, either way hardwood floors are a timeless option.Why Hardwood
Types of Hardwood
Not all hardwood is created equal, and we can help you navigate through all your different options. The biggest question we always get is, what is the difference between solid and engineered hardwood floors?Hardwood Types
Hardwood Flooring Warranties
Just like not all hardwood floors are alike, not all hardwood floor warranties are alike. Let us go over some warranties you can choose from, but be sure to talk to a flooring expert about which would work best for you.Hardwood Warranties
Solid vs. Engineered Hardwood
When it comes to picking out your next flooring options, you may be trying to figure out whether solid or engineered hardwood is better.Solid and Engineered Hardwood Differences