About Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood flooring is a durable, long-lasting, and value adding flooring option for your home. That is why we at Modern Carpet One Floor & Home carry quality hardwood flooring products and brands for you to choose from. Our flooring professionals are knowledgeable, and can help you navigate our selection. We have decades of experience in the flooring industry and can help you find the best flooring for your lifestyle.
Hardwood comes in a variety of styles to choose from. We have traditional looking hardwood options as well as rustic and weathered styles. Choose from several colors, sizes, and species of hardwood. Visit our Modern Carpet One Floor & Home showroom in Annapolis, MD or contact us with any questions.
What Are the Differences Between Solid and Engineered Hardwood?
When you shop with us, you will find both solid and engineered hardwood options in our showroom. The most common question we hear is this: what are the differences between solid hardwood and engineered hardwood? Solid hardwood is the traditional hardwood option and is one solid piece of wood. Solid hardwood has distinct features that cannot be replicated by any other flooring. Solid hardwood can be refinished a few times; it all depends on how thick the tongue is on the side of the plank.
Engineered hardwood is made from three to seven real-wood veneers pressed together with a piece of premium hardwood as the top layer. This construction makes engineered hardwood stable and able to withstand more use. The planks are also less likely to react to changes in moisture and temperature.
Our Hardwood Flooring Selection
Below are a few more tips about hardwood, as well as some of the brands we carry in-store. We have Carpet One exclusives such as Rustic River. Be sure to visit our Modern Carpet One Floor & Home showroom in Annapolis, MD and speak with a flooring expert today about hardwood.
We proudly serve Annapolis, Arnold, Severna Park, Crownsviile. Edgewater , Riva, Pasadena, Gambrills, Millersville, Odenton, Harwood and Lothian.
Allergy Friendly Flooring Options
Since hardwood is a hard surface, it is easy to clean up dirt and dust that contains allergens. Learn more about why hardwood is the allergy friendly choice.Allergy Friendly Floors
Prepping your subfloor for hardwood installation is made simple if you follow these steps, or have a professional installer get the job done for you.How to Prepare your Subfloor
Hardwood Flooring Pros & Cons
Owning a hardwood floor can add value to your home in many ways, but its maintenance can sometimes be a downfall. Learn more about the pros and cons of wood flooring.Hardwood Pros & Cons
What is the Best Humidity Level for Hardwood?
Everyone knows humidity and hardwood do not mix well together. Here are some tips to keep your wood floors protected in humid climates.Hardwood & Humidity