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All About Hardwood Floors 

Hardwood flooring is just what you need when it comes to durability and luxury. Hardwood’s natural beauty brings value to your home in more ways than one. Dress it up or use it as an accent, hardwood flooring is versatile like that. At Main Floors Carpet One Floor & Home, we want our customers to select from only the best quality brands and products, that’s why we carry name brands and Carpet One exclusive brands. Our top Hardwood Flooring Brands include: Provenza Hardwood & Du Chateau

Types of Hardwood

Wood flooring can be considered an investment in your home, so we want to help you make the best choice for you and your home. Hardwood floors look great in bedrooms, living rooms, and offices and are perfect for rooms on-grade or above. Remember, hardwood is a natural material so it does require regular maintenance to keep its luster.

Solid vs. Engineered Hardwood

The greatest thing about hardwood is how versatile it is. You can choose from wide or narrow planks, solid or engineered planks, and finished or unfinished planks. Hardwood colors are also naturally diverse, so choose from a rich oak color, or stay up to date on trends with a gray finish. Whatever your style there is a hardwood floor that fits your needs.

Continue reading below to learn more about hardwood floors and make sure you stop by our Main Floor Carpet One showroom in Royal Oak, MI. 

 

Hardwood Flooring Design Ideas & Tips

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Best Flooring for Bedrooms

Hardwood is a great choice for bedrooms because of its luxurious appeal. Let your floors compliment your style and make your bedroom a place you don’t want to leave. 

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Best Way to Clean Hardwood

Since hardwood is a mostly natural product, you should regularly clean and maintain your hardwood floors so they look new for years to come. 

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What is The Best Humidity Level for Hardwood?

Wood naturally absorbs moisture, so humidity can sometimes take a toll on your hardwood flooring. Let us give you some tips about hardwood and humidity. 

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