Hardwood flooring continues to be a favorite among homeowners due to its time-tested looks and value-adding style. Hardwood is a natural wood flooring option that comes in various species, styles, and plank sizes to choose from. Our flooring professionals are here to work with you and help you find the best hardwood floor for your home. Whether you are choosing a solid wood or engineered plank, hardwood can add value to your home and increase the style of your space. Our flooring professionals are here to work with you and help you find the best hardwood floor for your home. Our flooring professionals are here to work with you and help you find the best hardwood floor for your home.
Pioneer Carpet One Floor & Home in Twin Falls, ID, is your local flooring store. We use a unique process to match you to a hardwood floor that suits your lifestyle and home decor. Hardwood flooring requires an initial investment but pays off in the long run with timeless beauty and added home value. Choose hardwood for your home and have a lifetime of beauty!
Our hardwood flooring selection is available in various options that cover a range of styles. The different types of hardwood species all range in durability, style, color, and even texture. In terms of durability, some hardwoods are stronger than others. We proudly carry both solid and engineered available in these wood species and more:
The type of lifestyle you live can have a big impact on the flooring in your home, so it is good to have options when it comes to hardwood. Hardwood flooring typically comes in two main constructions: solid and engineered. These two types of wood flooring may look and feel very alike, but there are some significant differences. Learn more about their differences:
Solid hardwood flooring is a traditional style of wood floors where each plank is made from a single, solid piece of wood. Each plank is typically ¾ inch thick and made entirely of premium hardwood. Since it’s completely solid throughout, you can often sand and refinish your solid hardwood floors to meet your ever-changing style needs. This eliminates scratches, stains, dents, and other imperfections. While solid hardwood is a beautiful flooring, it can be susceptible to warping in humid or moisture-prone environments. Due to this, we recommend installing your solid hardwood flooring in above-grade and non-moisture-prone rooms. Ensure your home has proper humidity levels through the dry winter months, so planks don’t become brittle and prone to gapping and cracking.
Engineered hardwood flooring is created from laminate layers. This layered design adds stability and prevents the wood from warping from moisture and humidity exposure. A real hardwood veneer at the surface, meaning engineered and solid hardwood looks identical from above. This type of hardwood is more affordable and durable. The only disadvantage to engineered hardwood is you can’t usually sand and refinish as often as solid wood. This depends on the quality and thickness of its top layer.
As part of the Carpet One Floor & Home cooperative, we carry name brand and top-quality hardwood flooring in our showroom. Our exclusive wood flooring brands such as Rustic River, Invincible, and Voyager are all backed by our award winning warranties. Be sure to visit our flooring store in Twin Falls, ID, to see our extensive hardwood flooring collection. We also offer name brand hardwood flooring from Castle Combe, Evoke, Armstrong, Mannington, Cascade Pacific, and more! At Pioneer Carpet One Floor & Home, we are proud to provide wood flooring to the entire Southern Idaho area. Learn more by shopping our hardwood selection online now!
The room you choose to install your new hardwood floors in can play a role in the type of hardwood you choose for your flooring renovation. For example, solid hardwood floors can be installed in dry, above-grade spaces. It’s the perfect flooring type for living rooms, bedrooms, entryways, and more. Engineered hardwood can be installed on all levels and in busier, more moisture-prone settings. This includes basements, mudrooms, and kitchens. Hardwood should not be installed in places like restrooms or laundry rooms due to the level of heat and moisture on a daily basis.
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Take Care Of Your Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood can last for the life of your home and beyond if properly cared for. Learn more about maintaining your new floors.