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Advantages of Hardwood 

Hardwood is a more traditional choice in flooring that’ll never go out of style. The natural beauty and ageless appeal can match any décor in any home. You can choose to make your hardwood floors the focal point of a room of have the complement your current décor, either way beautiful floors make all the difference in your home. Sterling Carpet One Floor & Home has the experts in our showroom to help you choose the perfect hardwood floor for your home.

When you install hardwood flooring in your home you’ll begin to see the benefits. First off, they add value to your home by giving it a more elegant appeal. Hardwood floors also feature noise reduction in comparison to stone or tile flooring, and are warmer underfoot. They are also an allergy friendly choice because there is nowhere for dust to hide or be trapped. Hardwood is considered a large investment; it pays for itself when you receive countless compliments on your home. Hardwood is also long lasting, and can be refinished to stay up-to-date on the latest flooring trends.

Allergy Friendly Flooring

Hardwood is an excellent choice for homes that have allergies or those looking for a clean, safe, hypoallergenic option for their home. You can install hardwood in bedrooms, living rooms, and dens, as well as stairs.

Continue reading below to learn more about hardwood and visit our showroom and speak with a flooring expert about installing hardwood flooring in your home.

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What is the Best Humidity Level for Hardwood?

Humidity and moisture is the number one culprit when it comes to damaged hardwood. Learn about how to combat humidity and care for your hardwood floors.

Hardwood and Humidity

Hardwood Floor Refinishing

Solid and engineered hardwood can both be refinished in order to lengthen their life. Refinishing also gives you the opportunity to update your floors without replacing them.

Hardwood Refinishing
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Solid vs Engineered Hardwood

There are two main types of hardwood: solid and engineered hardwood. Let our experts help you understand the differences between the two.

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