Hardwood Flooring Guide
Come visit us at Excelsior Paint & Design Carpet One Floor & Home in Excelsior, MN for your next hardwood flooring project. We are proud to be your local flooring retailer, so we offer high-quality hardwood flooring options that are competitively priced. Our sales professionals are here to help you make your ideas come to life and choose the perfect hardwood floor for your project.
Hardwood is made with natural materials and comes in a variety of colors, species, and types for you to choose from. Our sales professionals are there to help you navigate our showroom and show you all of the possible options you have for your specific project. A benefit of hardwood flooring is that it adds both style and sophistication to your space in addition to adding value to your home.
What is The Difference Between Solid and Engineered Hardwood?
Solid and engineered hardwoods are two options you have when it comes to hardwood types. Solid hardwood is a traditional option with a simple construction. You can even refinish them a few times, or up to the tongue on the side of the plank, to increase their longevity. Engineered hardwood is a more modern choice. These planks are made from multiple layers of real wood, making them more stable than solid hardwood. Engineered hardwood floors can also be refinished a few times depending how thick the top veneer is.
Our flooring professionals can help you make the right decision for your home if you are having a hard time deciding yourself.
Our Hardwood Flooring Selection
Our hardwood brands are high quality and competitively priced. Not only do we carry the name brands you know and love, but we even carry Carpet One exclusive hardwood brands such as Invincible Hardwood and Rustic River.
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Hardwood Flooring Brands
Shop quality hardwood brands with us that are reasonably priced. We carry both name brands you love and our very own Carpet One exclusive brands.Shop Hardwood
Hardwood and Humidity
Humidity can greatly affect your hardwood floors. Moisture in the air can cause your floors to expand or contract, knowing how to handle humidity in your home can make all the difference to your floors.Learn About Hardwood and Humidity
Hardwood in Living Rooms
Hardwood in your living room not only adds value to the space, but also makes it feel more open and inviting. Hardwood is durable and can handle foot traffic from an active family or a home that entertains frequently.Learn About Hardwood in Living Rooms