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Hardwood Flooring in Forrest City
Although resilient flooring options such as luxury vinyl flooring and laminate flooring are becoming more and more popular, homeowners still like choosing hardwood flooring for their home settings. Why? Hardwood offers natural style and character that are impossible to perfectly replicate. At the same time, hardwood flooring adds tremendous value to any home. National Carpet One is your local hardwood flooring leader, so be sure to visit our Forrest City, AR showroom for all of your needs.
Choosing the Right Hardwood Floor
Hardwood flooring is available in two types: solid and engineered. Solid hardwood is the more traditional option because it has a rather uniform construction. A solid wood plank, for example, is made from a single strip of wood and nothing else. These solid wood planks are usually strong and thick, so they can be refinished multiple times. Engineered hardwood flooring, however, has a special construction. Engineered planks are made from different strips of real wood that are layered in different directions. This counteracts wood’s natural tendency to expand, so engineered hardwood is more dimensionally stable than solid hardwood.
Given its extra strength and stability, engineered hardwood, unlike solid hardwood, can be installed below, on, and above ground. And, although engineered hardwood isn’t waterproof, it can handle moisture and humidity better than solid hardwood. So, we recommend choosing engineered hardwood over solid hardwood if you live in a home with children and pets.
Our Hardwood Selection
As part of our hardwood selection, we offer Carpet One exclusive brands such as Invincible and Rustic River. Invincible is available in a wide variety of wood styles, while Rustic River offers distressed and wire-brushed visuals. Be sure to click on the links below to learn more.
In addition to our Carpet One exclusives, we offer styles of hardwood from Anderson, Bruce, Mannington, LM Flooring, Harris, and Ascend.