What is the Best Hardwood Flooring?
When you think of flooring that is naturally beautiful and durable, hardwood is usually what comes to mind. At The Rug Mart Carpet One Floor & Home we know hardwood, and our sales professionals are trained to answer any questions you may have about it. We carry name brands as well as Carpet One exclusive brands, so you can shop confidently with us knowing you’ll get a high quality hardwood floor.
Benefits of Hardwood
Hardwood flooring requires an initial investment, which can deter homeowners. It is important to us to show you the value hardwood brings to your home. You can install it in bedrooms, living rooms, offices and more. Hardwood floors are relatively easy to clean but do require regular maintenance to keep their sheen. Although hardwood can be time consuming to install, you can be assured they will last in your home for a long time.
There are a variety of hardwood types and styles to choose from. We most commonly educate customers about solid and engineered hardwood, which both feature specific benefits that are functional in your home. You can even choose between unfinished and finished hardwood for a customized look.
Continue reading below to learn more about hardwood, and visit The Rug Mart Carpet One showroom in Flemington, NJ., to have any questions you may have answered.
Is Carpet or Hardwood Better?
Trying to decide between carpet and hardwood flooring for your home can get confusing. Take a look at some tips we have come up with on how to choose.Carpet vs. Hardwood
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What is the Best Humidity Level for Hardwood?
Humidity can be considered one of hardwoods biggest challengers. Learn how to deal with humidity to protect your hardwood floors below.Hardwood and Humidity
Is Solid or Engineered Hardwood Better?
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