Hardwood Flooring Guide
Primera Carpet One Floor & Home in Prescott Valley, AZ is your local retailer when it comes to hardwood. We have a quality selection of hardwood flooring for your home. We offer a wide variety of styles, colors, species and more when you stop by our showroom. Our professionally trained team can answer any question you have about the hardwood in our showroom and even help you design your space around new flooring.
Hardwood features several benefits when you choose to install it in your home. Since hardwood is made with natural materials, it is an allergy friendly option for your home. Hardwood is also a long lasting option in terms of both style as well as life cycle when properly maintained over the years.
Solid vs Engineered Hardwood
When it comes to choosing hardwood flooring for your home, you have more to decide on than just color. Hardwood comes in solid and engineered options. Both have their own features and benefits that are a good fit for your home. Determining the needs of your space and project will help you in the decision between solid and engineered hardwood.
Solid hardwood is the more traditional hardwood option. It is made of a simple construction, and can be refinished a handful of times to increase its lifespan in your home. Engineered floors are a more modern option, and are made up of a layer construction which gives them added stability. These hardwood floors can also be refinished, the amount of times depends on the thickness of the top plank.
Where Can Hardwood Be Installed?
Hardwood is made with natural materials such as wood. Wood is known to be a porous material, meaning it absorbs moisture and reacts to changes in weather and humidity. Hardwood flooring is best suited for dry areas of your home. Although some hardwood types can be installed on all levels of your home, other types of hardwood can only be installed on and above level of your home. To be safe, install hardwood in spaces away from a lot of moisture, such as bedrooms, living rooms, and home offices.
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Types of Hardwood
When you shop hardwood in our showroom, we’ll break down the differences between solid and engineered hardwood so you can decide which is best for you and your home.What Are the Types of Hardwood?
Taking care of your hardwood floors is a lot easier than you think. By simply caring for them and regular cleaning, your hardwood floors will continue to look beautiful and last a long time in your home.How Do I Care for Hardwood?