Hardwood Flooring Guide
Mazzullo & Sons Carpet One Floor & Home in Oneida, NY is happy to offer our customers a quality selection of hardwood flooring. Hardwood adds unique character and natural charm to your home setting, and it can also add value to your home. So, if you’re looking to add a new, high-quality floor to your home, be sure to take a look at our hardwood flooring selection.
Solid vs. Engineered Hardwood
Hardwood flooring is available in solid and engineered constructions. Solid hardwood is considered the more traditional option because it features a simple construction. They are made from a single plank of wood and coated with a protective finish. Engineered hardwood however, features a special layered construction, so engineered planks are more dimensionally stable than solid planks. Solid hardwood should be installed on and above grade such as bedrooms and living rooms. Engineered hardwood can be installed on every level of your home, but still needs to be out of areas with high moisture.
Where can Hardwood be Installed?
Hardwood is best-suited for bedrooms, living rooms, and other areas without significant foot traffic and moisture. When properly maintained, hardwood can last for years in your home. Cleaning your hardwood floor is simple, but it does require regular maintenance. Both solid and engineered hardwood can be refinished to increase their life cycle in your home.
Our Hardwood Flooring Selection
We have a few different hardwood options on display in our showroom, so we’ll certainly have a style to fit your design needs. We offer Carpet One exclusive brands such as Invincible and Rustic River, both of which offer natural style and premium strength.
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Allergy Friendly Flooring Options
Hardwood is an allergy friendly option when properly maintained. A clean space will not harbor harmful allergens, so keep your hardwood floors clean and you will see the difference.Learn About Allergy Friendly Flooring
What is the Best Humidity Level for Hardwood?
When it comes to humidity, make sure you take steps to protect your hardwood flooring investment. The best way to protect your floors from humidity is by having them installed in rooms that see little to no moisture.Learn About Hardwood and Humidity
Is Solid or Engineered Hardwood Better?
When it comes to choosing a new hardwood floor, you have a few options including solid and engineered hardwood. Both have special features and benefits that make them perfect for your home.Solid vs. Engineered Hardwood