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Hardwood Floors in Grandville, MI

A hardwood floor can be an excellent addition to your home or business. However, with our ever-changing temperatures and seasons it’s essential to maintain a stable environment to keep your flooring in beautiful condition.

 

At Johnson Carpet One Floor & Home of Grandville, MI, we proudly offer more intelligent hardwood solutions for every use and budget. With our inventory spanning the best hardwood brands, you're sure to find suitable options to express your style. We even offer waterproof engineered hardwood floors!

 

 

 

How Can I Style My Hardwood Floor?

In terms of sheer variety, it's tough to top hardwood flooring.

 

There are hundreds of brilliant hardwood options, so you're bound to find what you're looking for. Styles range from traditional and classic to modern and contemporary.

 

Combine several different features to create your ideal look:

 

 

 

 

Can I Manage A Hardwood Floor?

Caring for hardwood floors involves routine maintenance.

 

Hardwood floors should be swept daily to remove dirt from the surface. Debris can damage the finish and scratch your floor. Spills should be wiped out immediately to avoid stains and moisture damage. We also recommend dry mopping your hardwood floor weekly with a specialized treatment that’s manufacturer approved.

 

 

 

Which Type of Wood Floors Are Best?

Hardwood flooring comes from various wood species.

 

Popular options include beloved domestic and exotic favorites like:

 

 

 

 

One general rule to remember: each hardwood species has a unique set of traits and abilities, and hardness levels will vary.

 

 

 

Is Engineered Hardwood Made From Actual Wood?

There are two hardwood options to choose from: solid and engineered.

 

Solid hardwood is the more traditional hardwood wood option while engineered hardwood is newer and more modern. Both are made of natural wood that come from trees.

 

 

 

 

 

Getting Ready For Your Hardwood Flooring Installation

All hardwood flooring should be carefully installed.

 

Maintaining a careful interior climate is essential, especially with solid hardwood flooring. If your home tends to be hectic, consider an engineered hardwood floor.

 

There are several installation options to consider, since hardwood flooring can be pre-finished or finished onsite:

 

 

 

 

Before any hardwood installation, we recommend proper preparation. An onsite moisture test will prevent many obstacles in the future. Once that’s completed, make sure your subfloor is level, clean, and fully dry: you’ll need a clean, clear canvas.

 

 

A New Look for An Old Hardwood Floor

For long-lasting damage to your existing floor’s surface and finish, refinishing is always an option.

 

Testing your hardwood floor to tell if it needs refinishing is easy. Simply place a drop of water on the floor’s surface. If it absorbs into the surface, then you’ll soon need to refinish your floors.

 

What does refinishing hardwood floors involve? A professional will:

 

 

 

 

How often can refinish a floor? Well, it can vary. With solid hardwood it depends on how thick the tongue is on the side of the plank. With engineered hardwood, it all depends on how thick the top finished layer of wood is.

 

 

Where Can I Find the Best Hardwood Floors Near Me?

Johnson Carpet One Floor & Home is an independently owned and operated part of one of the world's most trusted flooring cooperatives. We carry an expansive inventory of hardwood flooring and have the resources to help with installation and refinishing.

 

Want to learn more about modern hardwood floors? Please visit us soon at 4034 Chicago Drive SW in Grandville, MI, to explore our hardwood displays.

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