About Hardwood Flooring
We know hardwood flooring is an investment into your home. That is why we at Modern Carpet One Floor & Home carry the best quality brands in hardwood flooring. What that means for you our customer is you have one of the best selections to choose from when it comes to hardwood flooring.
Hardwood comes in a variety of styles to choose from, which is great but can also become overwhelming at times. That is why we have the experts at our showroom to walk you through options that best fit you and your home’s needs. We have also broken down some basic choices for you as well below.
What is the Difference Between Solid and Engineered Hardwood?
The most common question we get is what the difference between solid and engineered hardwood flooring is. Solid hardwood is one solid piece of wood, whereas engineered hardwood is made from multiple real-wood veneers pressed together. You can also choose from pre-finished and unfinished wood planks, so you can go with the finish you see in the showroom, or choose your own to be applied during installation.
Below are a few more tips about hardwood, as well as some of the brands we carry in-store. Be sure to visit our Modern Carpet One 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