Hardwood flooring is a worthy addition to your home

With so many reasons to install hardwood flooring in your home, it’s hard to know where to start in listing the many benefits and options that come with it. Even for those that know little about the flooring, it’s still widely known that this is one of the longest lasting materials in flooring. Many historical homes have these floors, and it’s not uncommon to find them 100 years old and sometimes older. While that’s an impressive benefit, it certainly isn’t the only appealing factor at play here.

At Carpet & Tile Warehouse, we have over 20 years of experience in offering the highest quality floor coverings at unbeatable prices. When you arrive on site at our showroom in Vero Beach, FL, you’ll be dealing directly with the owners and not sales people. Furthermore, we will do everything in our power to make sure you get the right flooring to fit your specific needs. We proudly serve the areas of Vero Beach, FL, Fort Pierce, FL, Sebastian, FL, Indian River, FL, South Beach, FL, and Port St. Lucie, FL, and we look forward to meeting your needs as well.

Hardwood is never a hard choice

Most homeowners will readily admit, hardwood floors are a dream flooring for them. Once you’re ready to take the plunge into this amazing floor covering, we’ll help you every step of the way. From choosing the perfect species for your activity levels to the perfect finish to help hide signs of everyday wear and tear, you’ll never be left wondering if what you want is what you actually need.

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Bring your floors back to the glory

After a few decades, all the wear and tear your household has offered up will finally start to be seen. These might appear as scuffs, scratches, water rings, or any one of a variety of other blemishes. The good news is, refinishing is all it takes to bring your floors back to the glory of a showroom perfect finish. Even better, if trends have changed and you’d like a slightly different look, you can always change your stain color or finish type to stay on top of things.

It’s important to know that solid hardwood flooring can never be installed in below grade areas. Since it reacts to moisture, humidity and temperature changes, these areas can cause them to buckle, warp, or even crack. If you have spaces like this in your home, and you still want the real wood experience, be sure to ask about engineered flooring.