At Carpet One Floor & Home of Ocala, FL we’re here to help you out with all of your hardwood flooring needs. We carry an expansive inventory of hardwood flooring products, with styles ranging from trendy to timeless. Our local experts specialize in matching up each client with the perfect flooring, based on their unique style specifications as well as functional requirements.
Hardwood flooring has long been a coveted addition to homes and public gathering spots. Offering up endless beauty, infinite value, and serious panache, hardwood flooring always makes a striking impression. So: is your heart set on hardwood floors? With our talent for design and our extensive product knowledge, we can help you create the room you’ve been dreaming of.
We carry hardwood flooring in a vast array of styles, running the full spectrum of design trends and beloved classics. From rustic and weathered, to glossy and modern, your floor is a reflection of your signature style. Customize your look with varying plank lengths, hand-scraping, high-gloss, or vivid glazes. It’s easy to adjust your desired wood grain pattern, shine, color, and texture to create just what you have in mind.
Types of Wood
Harvested from many different types of tree species, both domestic and exotic, there are many ways to enjoy hardwood flooring. Options include such species as mahogany, pine, maple, birch, cherry, and oak, with each species offering unique character traits and strength levels.
Solid Hardwood vs. Engineered Hardwood
Solid hardwood, the original form of hardwood, boasts a simple construction comprised of solid wooden planks. Showcasing the natural character of your wood, solid hardwood adds value and distinction. It can be refinished over and over again. Engineered hardwood looks a lot similar, but is actually comprised of up to 7 layers of wooden veneers. These planks are more durable and affordable, and are also better suited for humid climates.
Where to Install Hardwood
Hardwood flooring is undoubtedly beautiful, but should always be handled with care.
Solid hardwood, for instance, should only be installed in rooms that stay cool and dry. It can never be installed below grade. Offering much more flexibility, engineered hardwood can go in all levels of the home, in your hallway, and on stairs. Engineered hardwood fares better in humidity and is extra dense and durable. As a general rule of thumb, hardwood flooring isn’t recommended for kitchens and bathrooms.
Our Hardwood Flooring Selection
At Carpet One Floor & Home we’re the region’s favorite destination for fine hardwood flooring. We have options for all styles, with solutions for a wide range of functional needs. Visit our Ocala or Lady Lake, FL showrooms today and explore your hardwood options.
How to Care for Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood is naturally included to be durable, but there’s still plenty you can do to keep your hardwood flooring flawless for years to come.Learn About Hardwood Maintenance
What are the Different Types of Hardwood?
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