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Count on our staff for selection and service that will add elegance, beauty and value to your home. Trust our team with designing and installing the wood flooring that best meets the needs of your home. Set up your personal consultation today!
Wood Flooring That Works Where You Are and How You Live
Choose the hardwood floor that’s perfect for your home and your lifestyle! Let the experts at Johnny Carpet help you choose the ideal wood flooring that adapts to your life! Choose from a wide selection of species and finishes and let our professionals help you with a professional hardwood installation to protect your investment.
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Solid Hardwood Flooring
Solid wood flooring never goes out of style! Solid wood flooring has been a cherished symbol of luxury for over 100 years. Maybe it’s the natural beauty and warmth or perhaps it’s about longevity, knowing your investment will last the test of time. Whatever the reason, homeowners like you have preferred solid hardwood flooring for years.
Among all these options, there are essentially two types of wood floors — solid and engineered hardwood flooring. Solid wood is the type you see in those old Victorian homes. This option consists of planks cut from a single hardwood board. The thick planks are wood through and through, so this flooring can be sanded down and refinished to last for as long as 100 years. Solid wood costs more than engineered but makes up for the cost with durability and longevity.
Create a high-quality rich look that is ageless with solid hardwood flooring at Johnny Carpet.
Engineered Hardwood Flooring
Engineered hardwood flooring is a great choice for the homeowner that is looking for the solid hardwood flooring look without the solid wood floor cost. This type of hardwood is a great choice for people with children or pets since it is more scratch resistant than solid hardwood floors.
Engineered wood flooring is constructed with a top veneer layer that mimics the tree species of your choice. Underneath the top layer are strong layers of dense fiberboard that have been bonded together.
Unlike solid wood flooring, engineered hardwood can be installed in places like the bathroom, kitchen or basement since it is less resistant to stretching and moisture.
Set Your Floor Apart with Custom Wood Inlays
If you want your space to stand out from the crowd, let the artisans at Johnny Carpet craft a clever design into your flooring with custom wood inlays. You’ve got a vision! Let us create it! All it takes is an idea. Share yours with our experts and let us bring your custom floor into reality.
Upon your approval, we can turn this design into a focal point for your hardwood floors.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Hardwood floors can be installed in most rooms of a house, with a few exceptions. It is not recommended to install hardwoods in rooms with excessive moisture, such as bathrooms (with bathtubs or showers), laundry rooms, and some basements with high moisture content.
Regular maintenance involves sweeping or vacuuming to remove dirt and debris, followed by damp mopping with a manufacturer-approved hardwood floor cleaner is recommended. Wet mopping, saturating the floors, or steam mopping is not recommended in any situation.
Yes, solid hardwood floors can typically be refinished multiple times throughout the life of the hardwood. Engineered hardwoods can be sanded and refinished at least once and, in some cases, many times.
Yes, hardwood floors can be susceptible to scratches and dents, especially in high-traffic areas. To minimize damage, we recommend furniture pads, area rugs, and regular vacuuming to ensure the surface is free of any debris that can scratch the surface.
Solid hardwood is made from a single piece of wood throughout and is generally thicker than engineered hardwood. Engineered hardwood consists of multiple layers of plywood, with the top layer consisting of real hardwood. Engineered hardwood is more dimensionally stable and suitable for areas with fluctuating temperatures and humidity levels.
Hardwood floors are natural flooring surfaces made from solid or engineered wood planks. They can provide a classic and unique look and add character to any space throughout your home.